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In the midst of congested transit left in Sandy’s wake, more New Yorkers are opting to ride their bicycles.
With power still out for thousands along the Northeast, industrious residents are roaming their neighborhoods for basic necessities. The day begins with a search for a cup of coffee.
A U.S. economy already hampered by the possibility of deep fiscal retrenchment must now grapple with the “enormous hit” of Hurricane Sandy, a top Wall Street economist said Wednesday.
New Yorkers felt the rumble of subway trains for the first time in four days on Thursday but gasoline shortages persisted in the Northeast and emergency crews struggled to reach the worst-hit areas and restore power to millions of people.
This pro says don't expect Sandy to buffet currencies the way it has the northeast.
Callers touting hurricane-related investments may be scam artists capitalizing on the storm.
CNBC reached out to some executives to hear how they’ve been impacted by Hurricane Sandy and how they are adapting their business during the recovery
Sandy could be the fifth-biggest hurricane in US history in terms of insured losses, according to early industry estimates, Allstate CEO Thomas Wilson told CNBC’s “Closing Bell” on Wednesday.
The East Coast's most populated region is struggling to recover from devastating Hurricane Sandy, its worst storm in generations.
Wall Street and two major airports reopened, and National Guardsmen rushed to rescue flood victims as the Northeast limped into recovery mode Wednesday, two days after being pummeled by epic Hurricane Sandy.
As forecasters begin assessing the economic damage of Hurricane Sandy, investors will also be paying close attention to what the historic storm means for a wide range of sectors.
With the state just beginning to dig out from Hurricane Sandy, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie signed an executive order Wednesday postponing Halloween celebrations due to unsafe conditions.
Early estimates of the economic impact of Hurricane Sandy put the total loss between $30 billion and $50 billion, making it one of the costliest storms in U.S. history.
As focus turns to the cost of the damage wrecked by Sandy, one of the biggest storms to hit the U.S., experts say the economy is set for a significant boost from the spending that will result from the need to rebuild homes and infrastructure.
As our thoughts remain with all those who have been horribly affected by the devastation that hit the U.S. Eastern seaboard and its aftermath, we are being asked about the implications of Hurricane Sandy for markets
Koch admits the company missed a few deliveries, "But this is the Northeast. I mean, we have snowstorms, we have hail storms, we have hurricanes, this is not LA, you know, life is not easy out here."
The dollar's safe-haven status is just one factor that will keep it strong as Hurricane Sandy's floodwaters recede.
A lumber production facility lost power and distribution facilities are not yet online, but Weyerhaeuser CEO Dan Fulton expects to be “back in business” soon.
When trading starts back up in New York, traders should have had time to assess how severe the damage was from Hurricane Sandy.
Even those U.S. households which aren’t directly affected by Hurricane Sandy could face an unwelcome rise in their insurance premiums in the wake of this massive, drenching storm.