US economy grew at tepid 1.1 percent pace in spring

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US economy grew at sluggish 1.1 percent annual pace in spring, slightly below earlier estimate

Yellen, in speech Friday, could send signal about next hike

Dollar General, Dollar Tree report weak sales growth

Business Highlights

Health care sector pulls stock market lower again

How the Dow Jones industrial average fared on Thursday

Dollar General, Signet fall on weak results; Tiffany gains

Markets Right Now: Health care pulls stocks lower again

Obama administration taps Kim for second term at World Bank

How to get ready for your VW payout

Average US 30-year mortgage rate unchanged at 3.43 percent

Bold moves, tepid gains: Have central banks met their limit?

Orders for US durable goods rebounded in July

Applications for US unemployment benefits slipped last week

World's first self-driving taxis debut in Singapore

Senate committee to scrutinize DuPont-Dow merger

Pfizer on buying spree with AstraZeneca antibiotics deal

Dismal time for Gulf oil = record low lease bidding

A look at some companies struggling with rising debt

The hidden risk to the economy in corporate balance sheets

AstraZeneca to sell antibiotic pills business to Pfizer

Sensors, other devices can help prevent hot car deaths

The Latest: Dismal oil tract sale results due to low prices

Ford recalls over 88K vehicles due to stalling problem

New traffic safety buttons installed in Cohoes

Fort Ann weighs whether to permit motocross track on current golf course

Vega gets 50 years for death of girlfriend, unborn baby

Michael Davis found not guilty on all charges

Franklin Graham leads prayer rally in Albany Thursday

Creative Connections Clubhouse opens in Amsterdam

Vermont pharmacies may now sell overdose antidote

Judge: New York ex-Assembly Speaker remains free for now

Million Dollar Beach remains closed

Albany becoming more bicycle friendly