UCLA Anderson Forecast: Coronavirus Plunges US Into Recession, California Will Be Severely HitThe revision is the first in the forecast’s 68-year history where an update was published between its scheduled quarterly releases.
SoCal Economy Could Be Hit Hard By Growing State and National Response To Coronavirus, Experts SaySouthern Californians should expect to see a dip in the economy due to the growing precautions put in place to mitigate the spread of coronavirus in the U.S.
Jobs Report Reveals Booming EconomyLooks like more people are finding work. The latest US jobs report shows hiring jumped in April -- employers added 263,000 jobs.
Dow Plummets 800 Over Growth, US-China Trade FearsStocks plunged Tuesday ahead of a day of mourning honoring the late President George H.W. Bush.
Stocks Plunged. That Doesn't Mean The Economy Is In Trouble.The economy is just as strong today as it was last week. Keep that in mind as you process the Dow's breathtaking 1,175-point plunge on Monday.
Economic Planning: 5 Ways To Prepare For A DownturnIs your small business protected from even the slightest of downturns? Use these solutions to provide stability to your cash flow.
Apple To Build Second Campus, Hire 20,000 In $350B PledgeApple is planning to build another corporate campus and hire 20,000 workers during the next five years as part of a $350 billion commitment to the U.S. that will be partially financed by an upcoming windfall from the country's new tax law.
Dow Opens By Blowing Past 25,000 For First TimeThis stock market doesn't obey speed limits. It just blasted through another barrier: Dow 25,000, barely a month after it cracked 24,000 for the first time.
GOP Tax Bill: Here's What People Are SayingHow do people feel about GOP tax bill? It depends on who you ask. Some business, advocacy and trade groups have major concerns with it. Others say the tax plan will boost the economy.
US Unemployment Drops To Lowest In 17 YearsThe U.S. economy rebounded from the hurricanes and added 261,000 jobs, the best performance of the Trump administration.
Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Infrastructure SpendingAn overwhelming majority of Americans (89 percent) believe that investments in infrastructure will strengthen the U.S. economy, according to a new poll released Tuesday by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.