Kansas has some financial breathing room less than a year after legislators reversed past income tax cuts to deal with persistent budget woes and now some Republicans want to go back to slashing taxes
Information technology company Infosys plans to start a training center in Indianapolis and add 1,000 jobs on top of the 2,000 positions it announced for the city a year ago
A federal jury in North Carolina is awarding more than $50 million in damages to neighbors of an industrial hog operation responsible for smells, noise and other disturbances so bad they couldn't enjoy their rural homes
Apr.26 -- Bloomberg's Matt Boesler examines three charts about U.S. economic data that will be coming in over the next nine days and what kind of economic picture it paints for the U.S. economy on "What'd You Miss?"
The former head of HSBC Bank's foreign exchange cash trading has been sentenced in New York to two years in prison in a scheme that defrauded a client out of millions of dollars
Microsoft's Windows, the computer operating system that helped catapult the company to success more than three decades ago, is no longer a core business these days so much as a complement to the company's other offerings.
Apr.26 -- Riksbank Governor Stefan Ingves discusses the krona, inflation, the economy and monetary policy. He speaks with Bloomberg's Rafaela Lindeberg in Stockholm after policy makers again pushed back a plan to raise Swedish interest rates for the first time in seven years.
Apr.25 -- Natixis Senior Economist Emerging Asia Trinh Nguyen discusses emerging markets and central banks' monetary policies. She speaks with Rishaad Salamat on "Bloomberg Markets: Asia."