President Obama has wasted no time since taking the oath less than one week ago. The President has gathered congressional leaders to lobby for an aggressive economic stimulus package and he’s selling an ambitious agenda of economic overhaul straight to the American people.
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Four initial public offerings prided overnight with mixed results. The takeaway is that the sheen is clearly off medical and biotech names.
A study found seats were available for frequent flier redemption on 72.4 percent of the flights checked, an increase from last year.
The Beverly Hills Hotel and Hotel Bel-Air face a loss of business over their owner's ties to Sharia law.
These are not happy days for big Wall Street financial institutions, and the head of one of them thinks this is effectively the end of an era.
2014 was supposed to be the year of the dollar, a breakout for the currency. But so far, the U.S. currency has gone in the opposite direction.
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Airline bag fee revenue declined slightly in the fourth quarter of 2013, going against the trend.
As pressure against the Dorchester hotel chain continued to grow, one executive suggested other hotels should help the local hotel staff.
Several changes have been made to stabilize the market after the Dow dropped about 1,000 points four years ago today.
Thomas Piketty's new book has inspired an economic debate the likes of which hasn't been seen in at least four years.
Despite all the hoopla, Einhorn's Greenlight Capital is hardly the first to bet against the healthcare service and software company.
First JPMorgan, and now Barclays is reporting bad news about trading profit.
Prudential Insurance mistakenly mailed the 1099s of 700 of its clients to the wrong addresses.
Alibaba's IPO will be a big test for a battered IPO market that has turned ugly for investors.
While these may not be the best of times for hedge funds, they're still pretty good for the best of the best.
First class is going to get an upgrade with the addition of an 125-square-foot cabin for private bookings.
Bill Ackman reiterated a popular hedge fund trade by recommending an investment in government-sponsored housing.
Brazil is now "so bad it's good," Mike Novogratz said Monday at the Sohn Investment Conference in New York.