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An alarming survey by Credit Suisse should serve as a wake up call to the broadcast networks and media investors as well!
Stocks clung to modest losses Thursday after a mixed batch of economic data failed to convince investors to move prices higher. Alcoa and Bank of America fell, HP and Cisco rose.
Shaken by what seemed to be an earthquake in the world’s financial markets two years ago, millions of retirees fled to safety, shifting their holdings into safer investments. What should they do now? The NYT reports.
The amount of outstanding commercial paper, a particularly cheap form of short-term funding, stands at $1 trillion today, according to Federal Reserve data—down from its $2.2 trillion peak in August of 2007.
Politicians are really just job seekers in political clothing. Here are nine things you can learn from them that will help with your job search. (And, yes, cheating is one of them!)
Authorities in the Czech Republic have banned Google from expanding its mapping feature "Street View" in the eastern European country, an official said Tuesday.
Corporations that are flush with cash represent the best buys for investors now, a Deutsche Bank banker told CNBC Monday.
In the global race to see who can offer the fastest Internet service, an unlikely challenger has emerged: Chattanooga, Tenn.
This month, the F.C.C. is likely to approve what could be an even bigger expansion of the unlicensed airwaves, opening the door to supercharged Wi-Fi networks that will do away with the need to find a wireless hot spot and will provide the scaffolding for new applications that are not yet imagined, the NYT reports.
US stocks managed to hold onto small gains of 0.14% and higher for the week after investors sold off at the beginning of the week on fears about the world’s banks capital requirements and slow economic growth that pushed up gold futures to a new nominal record close.
Stocks closed higher after struggling to find direction much of the day amid light volume and ahead of a week filled with economic data. Chevron and Merck gained, HP fell.
Apple is loosening up the process for outside developers to create apps for its products.
Google, the world’s largest search engine, will continue to dominate Facebook in search capabilities and expand in many areas over the next few years, analyst Steven Weinstein told CNBC Friday.
Stocks are modestly higher after struggling to find direction much of the day amid light volume and ahead of a week filled with economic data. Merck and Chevron gained, HP fell.
Facebook has edged out Google as the web’s top hangout according to the latest Comscore data, with Facebook capturing 9.9 percent of users’ time – that’s more than Google’s ever gotten.
Stocks trimmed gains amid light volume in a largely upbeat week for the market and as President Barack Obama holds a press conference focused on the U.S. economy. Honeywell and Altria rose, HP fell.
Right off the bat, Elop will have to decide whether to ditch Symbian, and how much to overhaul Nokia’s hidebound structure without running afoul of its European labor sensibilities.
Stocks rose Friday for a third session straight, with the energy sector in the lead. James Paulsen, chief investment strategist at Wells Capital Management, and Jack Ablin, executive VP and CIO of Harris Private Bank, shared their market outlooks.
U.S. stock index futures pointed to a slightly higher open Friday after a rise in crude oil prices and as investors consider Deutsche Bank's step to raise capital.
U.S. Web surfers are spending more time socializing on Facebook than searching with Google, according to new data from researchers at comScore.