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Huge Drop on Wall Street
ABC News' Rebecca Jarvis and Wall Street Journal's Gerard Baker analyze the state of the U.S. economy.
Chinese Bullet Train in Venezuela Stalls as Alliance Derails
South America's first high-speed train, a project once billed as a model of socialist fraternity between China and Venezuela, has been all but abandoned, becoming a symbol of economic collapse and a strategic relationship gone adrift
Blaine Lourd on His New Memoir, 'Born on the Bayou'
The Wealth Management CEO explains how his new memoir reveals how he went from the bayou to the boardroom.
Caterpillar Drop Hits Dow Jones Industrials
Dan that's when he York and as a financial markets are in the last thirty minutes that ratings were date Tuesday January 27. It's a story stock. Caterpillar the world's largest mining and construction. He crunch on Wall Street. Investors pleased with Caterpillar's earnings report. Specifically its
Crude Oil Sinks to New Lows
Okay. It's Tuesday January 13 the markets in New York are open and our big number this morning. Is 45 dollars another low point for oil. WTI crude oil dipped below 45 dollars a barrel for the first time since 2009. Oil fell 5% yesterday and already down in early trading. And the oil trade has
Starbucks Going Highbrow
Went under then Dan Butler in new York and as a financial markets are entering the final hour of trading for Friday December fit. This is story stock shocked. The world's biggest coffee shop operators now. Raises eyebrows even higher. Open its Starbucks reserve rose three and tasting room today in
3 Million Refugees Have Fled Syria, UN Agency Says
More than 3 million people have sought refuge from the fighting in Syria, the United Nations’ refugee agency announced today. That means the Syrian crisis, which has persisted since a civilian uprising began in 2011, is the biggest refugee operation in the UNHCR’s 64-year history,...
Food Fight: Pilgrim's Pride's New Bid for Hillshire Farms
The chicken producer tops Tyson Foods' bid of $50 a share to buy out the company famous for its sausages.
Beware! 'New' Packaging May Mean Less Product, Same Price
ABC News’ Rebecca Jarvis and Michael Koenigs report: Before heading for the register, consumer experts are urging customers to take a second look at their items or chance paying the same price for less. Edgar Dworsky of Consumer World said savvy shoppers should always look...