President Obama Pitches 'Dynamic, Cutting-Edge Economy'
The president discusses America's future jobs prospects at Austin tech company, Applied Materials.
Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily on Friday: Campbell Soup Co., down $4.85 to $34.37 The company cut its profit forecast and said CEO Denise Morrison would retire immediately. Nordstrom Inc., down $5.55 to $45.36 The upscale department store chain reported that sales at its
It was a mixed finish on Wall Street as declines in banks and technology companies offset gains elsewhere in the market.
President Obama today said today the innovation and persistence of the American people has fostered an economy that is “poised for progress.” “A lot of sectors of our economy are doing better,” Obama told students and teachers at Manor New Tech High School near Austin,...
While legislative battles over gun control and government spending have dominated much of the president’s agenda this year, President Obama heads to Austin, Texas, today to bring attention to job creation and manufacturing. While in Texas, the president will announce two new executive orders ...
By MICHAEL FALCONE (@michaelpfalcone) NOTABLES THE 300: Senators filed 300-plus amendments to the bipartisan immigration reform bill, setting the stage for intense debate when the Senate Judiciary Committee convenes today to begin the potentially lengthy process of considering the changes. FUSION’s
Simon Constable discusses the CEO's departure and other news from Wall Street.
shuffling through Intel’s $3.5 billion chipmaking facility in the desert. It’s an impressive facility, with multimillion-dollar machines book-ended, side by side, in a glitzy assembly line to convert silicon wafers into microprocessors. Devices with names such as Ion Implanter and Lithography bake,
A more upbeat Federal Reserve is reassuring investors that they've been making the right bets. Stocks bounded higher Wednesday after the central bank ended a two-day meeting by saying the economy appears to be "leveling out" rather than shrinking at a slower rate. The Fed's more positive take on