U.S. Economy

Apple Sales Do Not Meet Expectations Of Wall Street

Apple Inc on Tuesday reported a rise in third-quarter sales of 6%, less than expected, after placing 35.2 million iPhones in the smartphone market increasingly competitive. The company, which gets most of its revenue from high-end mobile devices, reported sales of 37,400 million for the third quarter ended June,...
Posted On 23 Jul 2014
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Agreement Ensures 100% Gratuities Deliverers Of NYC

They charge the costs of Order food online through companies such as Seamless and Grubhub dot com very convenient. But this string in client Internet intermediary company, restaurant and “delivery guy” (or girl) the latter were being deceived. Recently, the Indus Valley restaurant near Broadway and...
Posted On 23 May 2014
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Wall Street Rises Historical Records

NEW YORK (AP) - The U.S. stock market returned to record territory Monday as investors regained their appetite for riskier securities. After overwhelm the actions of internet companies and small for two months, investors decided that enough had already fallen. The big winners were Twitter and Facebook, which...
Posted On 13 May 2014
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The Mexican Economy Is In Recession 2014

The government still expects growth of 3.9 percent In recent months, the deterioration in economic matters in the country has increased, so that the official figures indicate that the Mexican economy is in recession. This follows from the information Cyclical Indicators System (SIC) of the National Institute of...
Posted On 10 May 2014
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U.S. Economy To Strong Growth

Good prospects for Janet Yellen The chairman of the U.S. central bank (Fed), Janet Yellen, estimated that the U.S. economy is “on a path to solid growth” in the second quarter, in a speech on Wednesday in Congress. He further argued that although I have an unemployment rate down from 6.3%, the...
Posted On 07 May 2014
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The Worst U.S. Wages Are ‘Fast Foods’

Ground zero wage inequality José Sánchez says it charges $ 6.40 an hour (salary tips) working for a Domino’s franchise and to have lowered to 25 or 30 hours a week. “I get to pay the rent and eat badly,” says the Mexican who recently mobilized his colleagues to demand better wages. All were...
Posted On 26 Apr 2014
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Japan And U.S. Discuss Free Trade 2014

TOKYO (AP) - The Japanese and U.S. negotiators faced difficulties in reaching a preliminary agreement on free trade that could be the cornerstone of President Barack Obama’s visit to Tokyo this week. Economy Minister Akira Amari told reporters on Tuesday that the two sides remain “important...
Posted On 23 Apr 2014
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Four Million Mexicans Seek Home Online Each Month

In Mexico, about four million people looking for house or apartment via the Internet every month, of which 400 thousand materialize an appointment to view a property, according to Vivanuncios. According to the site, but in the last two years the real estate sector in Mexico has suffered a brake due to a decline in...
Posted On 02 Apr 2014
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Obama Calls For Equal Pay For Women

‘Equal pay for equal work’ President Barack Obama claimed in Orlando, in central Florida, equal pay for women and praised the ability to “sacrifice” of these to work and at the same time, raising a family. “The reward workers economy” with a living wage, and “now is the...
Posted On 22 Mar 2014
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