Fox Business - The Power to Prosper
Search Site

Scott Brown

Former Sen . Scott Brown : Israel has every right to defend itself

Former Sen . Scott Brown , (R-Mass.), on the border crisis, the Israel-Hamas conflict and U.S. tensions with Russia.

Read More

  1. Instant View: U.S. second quarter GDP rises 1.7 percent

    U.S. economic growth unexpectedly accelerated in the second quarter, laying a firmer foundation for the rest of the year that could bring the Federal Reserve a step ...

  2. Instant View: U.S. private sector adds 200,000 jobs in July

    U.S. private employers added 200,000 jobs in July, topping economists' expectations in an encouraging sign for the labor market recovery, a report by a payrolls proc...

  3. Private Sector Adds 200K Jobs in July

    U.S. private employers added 200,000 jobs in July, topping economists' expectations in an encouraging sign for the labor market recovery, a report by a payrolls proc...

  4. Will the Dow Continue to Rise?

    Delphi Management President Scott Black on the market’s momentum, and whether the “euphoria” can continue.

  5. Partisan Politics Getting in the Way of Sequestration Solution?

    Former Sen . Scott Brown , (R-Mass.), on the potential sequestration and the need to rein in government spending.

  6. Sen. Brown: D.C. Should Not Be on Vacation Right Now

    Sen . Scott Brown , (R-Mass.), on the lack of leadership in D.C. to solve the national debt problem.

  7. Alan Simpson, Erskine Bowles Unveil New Deficit Reduction Plan

    Former U.S. Dept. of Labor Chief Economist Diana Furchtgott-Roth, former Fed Economist Kevin Hassett and former Sen . Scott Brown , (R-Mass.), on the new Simpson-Bowles plan to reduce the deficit.

  8. Congress on Vacation Despite Looming Sequestration Cuts

    Former Sen . Scott Brown , (R-Mass.), on the potential impact of the government’s across-the-board cuts.

  9. Republican Senator Geraldo Rivera?

    FNC’s Geraldo Rivera on considering running for Senator in New Jersey as a Republican.

  10. Bank Economists Say U.S. Debt Debate Could Stop Growth

    Increased taxes and continued uncertainty among government policy makers will slow economic growth and job creation significantly early this year and threaten to tip...

  11. Bank Economists: U.S. Debt Debate Could Stop Growth 'In Its Tracks'

    Increased taxes and continued uncertainly among government policy makers will slow economic growth and job creation significantly early this year and threaten to tip...

  12. U.S. Trade Gap Widens 15.8% in Nov as Smartphone Imports Rise

    The U.S. trade gap unexpectedly widened in November as imports of smartphones, such as Apple Inc.'s (AAPL) iPhone, surged, helping to offset shrinking demand for for...

  1. U.S. job growth tops views in June

    Stifel Nicolaus portfolio manager Chad Morganlander and Raymond James chief economist Scott Brown on the positive June jobs report, and how it will affect corporate earnings.

  2. U.S. housing starts up but miss forecasts; permits fall

    U.S. housing starts rose but below market expectations and building permits fell in March, pointing to underlying weakness in the housing market that could persist d...

  3. Fmr. Sen . Scott Brown talks CPAC, 2014 midterms

    Fmr. Senator Scott Brown (R-MA) weighs in on CPAC and Republican candidates for the 2014 midterm elections.

  4. T-Bill Rates Skid After Debt Ceiling Agreement

    Interest rates on ultra-short-term U.S. government debt fell sharply on Thursday after Washington approved a last-minute deal to increase the debt ceiling in a bid t...

  5. Mid-Atlantic Manufacturing Growth Cools in October

    he pace of manufacturing growth in the U.S. mid-Atlantic region slowed slightly in October, but firms' optimism about the future hit a 10-year high, a survey showed ...

  6. U.S. GDP accelerates sharply in second quarter

    The U.S. economy accelerated more quickly than expected in the second quarter thanks to a surge in exports, bolstering the case for the Federal Reserve to wind down ...

  7. U.S. new home sales fall sharply; house prices rise

    Sales of new single-family homes in the United States fell sharply in July to their lowest level in nine months, casting a shadow over the country's housing recovery...

‹ Prev12345Next ›
Freebase CC-BY
Source: Scott Brown on Freebase, licensed under CC-BY
Other content from Wikipedia, licensed under the GFDL