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Twitter's earnings report in one tweet

Jul 28, 2015
The social media site isn't doing too bad for itself.
Posted In: Twitter, revenue, growth

Looking for change at Google

Jul 16, 2015
Wall Street is wondering whether the company can spend less.
Posted In: Google, revenue, growth

Fitbit's many steps about to pay off in IPO

Jun 17, 2015
Is the wearable sector poised for long-term growth?
Posted In: FitBit, growth, IPO

Walmart's way to growth

Feb 19, 2015
Walmart is the world's largest retailer, but what are its paths to growth?
Posted In: Retail, Walmart, growth

How productive are we? It depends on how you look at it.

Sep 4, 2014
We've been stuck at around a 1 percent increase for the past few years, but the context has changed.
Posted In: productivity, growth, figures

For Florida town, growth at what price?

Aug 29, 2012
The mayor of Port Orange, Fla., has been a cheerleader for growth, but now has second thoughts.
Posted In: Florida, growth, development

GDP growth beats expectations, still slow

Jul 27, 2012
Four times a year, the U.S. Department of Commerce serves up the big number that tells us how much we are producing as a country. U.S. second quarter GDP grew more than economists had expected. That doesn't make it good.
Posted In: GDP, growth, construction

U.S. economy grows 3% in fourth quarter

Mar 29, 2012
The U.S. government has confirmed that the economy grew 3 percent last quarter, and that could mean that the U.S. economy and the European economy are going to diverge this year as the U.S. grows and Europe shrinks.
Posted In: China, growth, Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD)

Experts see solid signs that China growth is slowing

Mar 15, 2012
A respected JP Morgan analyst has claimed that it is a sure thing that the Chinese economy will be coming in for a "hard landing," at 6 percent growth.
Posted In: China, growth

World Bank predicts slower growth in 2012

Jan 18, 2012
Fears about the possible recession in Europe and a slowing rate of growth in developing nations could mean a grim outlook for 2012.
Posted In: growth, World Bank