The ubiquitous use of "government shutdown" is lazy and sensational. Here's where it came from and why we need a new phrase.
The government shutdown probably puts an end to the idea that the Fed will taper this month. The BLS won't be supply inflation or employment numbers.
It's starting to sink in: the shutdown could last until a debt ceiling deal, which means a couple of weeks. A deal is possible, but it would require a one or two week continuing resolution.
The key metrics to watch are revenue, profits, active user numbers and the growth rate of those three.
The large growth in new apartment product will meet head on with strong demand, and is therefore unlikely to cause any easing in rents.
Professional T-shirt wearer Jason HeadsetsDotCom is sharing his entrepreneurial secrets — and blowing up the self-publishing model.
September auto-sales figures raise interesting questions about the battle for market share. Can Ford catch GM and become the No. 1 automaker in America?
Democrats are at least winning the public relations battle in the shutdown war. That's because they're not telling the truth, said Dennis Gartman.
Stocks are broadly higher even despite a government shutdown. Hopes of a Grand Bargain lift markets.
The government shut down. But so far, are you feeling the void? What about the government do you miss? Here's what you told us on Twitter.
Pitney Bowes stock has been heavily shorted, but now its new CEO is making his bullish case directly to the buy side.
While the stock market obsesses over the debt drama in Washington, a bigger concern could be the dimming prospects for corporate balance sheets.
Pro trader Kenny Polcari looks at the market's technicals and shares his recipe of the day.
There won't be a "Jobs Friday" this week unless the warring factions in Congress can figure out a way to reopen the government.
The shutdown, if lengthy enough, could hit home mortgage refinances as well, delay rate locks and result in costly extension fees.
So the government shuts down, and Wall Street opens...up. What will get the stock market worried?
The contentious wrangling highlights a greater problem for the US: the country's trillion-dollar federal deficit, writes Michael Yoshikami.
The U.S. is bickering about the debt ceiling once again but the market is bored with the debate and that boredom is reflected in the charts.
About 10.3 million viewers tuned in for the "Breaking Bad" finale, a record. See how the show's creators used social media to fan viewership.
Regardless of whether the U.S. government shuts down services, we're likely to face another type of crisis in a few weeks—the debt ceiling.