In June, consumers spent slightly more on services. But they cut back on autos and other long-lasting manufactured goods.
China's top leaders warned Tuesday that economic growth could slow further and called for more efforts to boost weak domestic demand.
Apple's competition has found a formula that works: thinner phones with bigger screens.
A Japanese paper company whose factory in eastern China was targeted last weekend by protesters concerned about pollution resumed production Tuesday.
The U.S. Commerce Department has granted a request from Whirlpool Inc. to impose tariffs on washing machines imported from South Korea and Mexico.
Venture capitalist Marc Andreessen says as long as things are designed in the U.S., that's where the profits stay.
The NS-600 is designed to measure the speed of rotating or cycling linear motion objects without contact or reflective tape.
The 600 Series Benders are capable of bending tubes 3/16- to 1/2-inches in diameter with bend radiuses ranging from 5/8-inch to 38 millimeters.
Diamond Flex-Hones have been engineered using resin bond diamond crystals that have high friability, resulting in a tool that is free cutting and able to provide a quick cut-rate and optimal finish.
MAX Comfort, high-dexterity, gloves are the most comfortable gloves Revco has ever made for stick welding, and with advanced features these gloves are a marked departure from traditional styles, according to the company.
The Labor Department said Monday that federal contractors do not have to warn their employees about potential layoffs from across-the-board budget cuts that could begin on Jan. 2.
More than 2,300 Alabama businesses are using special electric rates that a state regulatory board approved last year to encourage an economic recovery.
Jolly said it is not "the business of the federal courts generally to clean up the language and conduct of construction sites."
The expanded work force at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga has helped decide a new production schedule that calls for employees to work four 10-hour shifts a week.
Automotive supplier TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. said Monday that its German subsidiary will pay a fine of $5.1 million to settle antitrust violations with the U.S. Department of Justice.