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  1. Starbucks CEO: Cautiously optimistic on U.S. economy, consumer

    Starbucks CEO Howard Schultz on the rise in coffee prices and the state of business.

  2. U.S. Factory Data Hint At Improving Economy

    U.S. factory activity rebounded last month from an eight-month low and consumer spending increased more than expected in January, suggesting the economy was regainin...

  3. Top 10 Tips for Mortgage Borrowers in 2014

    The clock is ticking for buyers and homeowners who want to grab a low mortgage rate in 2014. But if you stay on top of your game, keep your finances in order and act...

  4. U.S. Market Correction Worries Fade

    A rapid recovery in U.S. stock prices after the recent slide may be enough to make many investors who remained bullish feel a little smug. That would be a mistake, m...

  5. Week Ahead: Jobs Report and a New Fed Chief

    The release of the January jobs report next week may draw attention away from turmoil in emerging markets.Also on tap is the historic swearing in of Janet Yellen as ...

  6. Fisher: Fed Can't Go 'cold Turkey' On Bond Buys

    The president of the Dallas Federal Reserve wants the U.S. central bank to end its economic-stimulus program as soon as possible, but he says the Fed can't go from "...

  7. U.S.A. Petrostate

    As media pundits and government officials wring their hands about how to jump-start an anemic U.S. economy and reduce unemployment, the answer is right underneath ou...

  8. Is 'V-Commerce' the Next Big Trend for Startups?

    Harry’s co-founder Andy Katz-Mayfield believes more retail startups will pursue vertical integration, following the news on Wednesday that the shaving startup purchased a German razor manufacturer for $100 million.

  9. Bernanke: QE, Lower Rates Revived Economy

    Outgoing Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke said Thursday that five years of extraordinary -- and in some cases unprecedented actions -- to ward off a full-blown ...

  10. Futures Lower, Traders Brace for Busy Data Week

    Wall Street was setting up for a slightly weaker start on Monday, as investors continued to grapple with what last week's disappointing jobs data means for the Feder...

  11. 10 Tips for Mortgage Borrowers in 2014

    The clock is ticking for buyers and homeowners who want to grab a low mortgage rate in 2014. But if you stay on top of your game, keep your finances in order and act...

  12. Hits and Misses in 2013 Predictions

    Which experts were right, and who was wrong, in their predictions for 2013? This year's roundup follows,  but keep this in mind as we check the winners and losers in...

  1. Philadelphia Fed’s Charles Plosser gives outlook on U.S. economy

    FBN’s Peter Barnes weighs in on Philadelphia Fed President Charles Plosser’s comments on the economy.

  2. Rep. Bill Cassidy’s run for Senate

    Rep. Bill Cassidy (R-LA) on his 2014 midterm election campaign and natural gas exporting.

  3. Dave Asman sits down with Gov. Perry

    Texas Gov. Rick Perry tells FBN's David Asman why he's ready to debate N.Y. Gov. Cuomo over which state has the better business climate.

  4. Energy Dept. Offers Loan Aid Plan for Green Energy

    The U.S. Energy Department on Wednesday unveiled a plan to offer up to $4 billion in loan aid to renewable energy projects, opening up another round of funding for a...

  5. More States Turning to Public-Private Partnerships

    Visitors to New York who land at LaGuardia Airport could be forgiven for not realizing they've arrived in one of the world's swankiest cities.The airport's leaky cei...

  6. Kocherlakota Says Fed Falling Short On Employment Growth

    Minneapolis Federal Reserve President Narayana Kocherlakota on Tuesday said the central bank is not doing all it can to promote faster job creation and a quicker dec...

  7. Fed Will Diagnose How Well Economy is Recovering

    The Federal Reserve's policymaking group is likely to continue wrangling over the pace of tapering during its meeting this week, say economists and others who watch ...

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