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Dozens Missing in Brazilian Village After Dam Burst Causes Mudslides
Rescuers are searching for dozens of missing people after a dam collapse buried a small Brazilian village in mud. A spokesperson for the village's fire department confirmed 30 injuries and at least two deaths, according to Reuters. The number is likely to rise as rescue efforts continue. Samarco, a
The Note's Must-Reads for Monday, December 31, 2012
The Note’s Must-Reads are a round-up of today’s political headlines and stories from ABC News and the top U.S. newspapers. Posted Monday through Friday right here at www.abcnews.com Compiled by ABC News’ Jayce Henderson, Amanda VanAllen, and Carrie Halperin SECRETARY OF STATE HILLARY CLINTON: ...
Jobless Claims Hit New Low, VW Hiring Soon
Everybody down Cutler in New York breaking news this morning new jobless applications they have again hit a four year low. Joining talk about this breaking news and all the business headlines for the day and the Jeff cohost of break out. On our partner Yahoo! finance Jeff good morning to you
U.S. Strong - China, Europe Weak? Morning Business Memo
By contrast with the rest of the world, US economic growth is looking pretty good. More companies are adding to their workforce. “We’ve seen job postings go up 22 percent year over year,” says executive Michael Erwin at the jobs website Careerbuilder.com. For the past...
Are Arkansas' Natural Gas Injection Wells Causing Earthquakes?
Hundreds of small and medium-scale earthquakes have been rattling the area around Guy, Ark., and residents say wastewater injection wells being drilled in their area are to blame. "It gives new meaning to the term 'rock your world said resident Johnny Passmore. "There is no foundation. You are just
Investor Confidence High Amid Strong Start in 2011
had a strong start to the year yesterday with the setting a new two year high. Investor confidence appears to remain high this morning of various economic reports coming out this week. Here with a look at that and all of the day's business news is Bloomberg's markets desk reporter Dominic shoot
Stocks Plunge Day 5
So seven fine now for four straight days are we about to see a fence. Well I mean judging by the economic that we got out today I wouldn't I wouldn't that wouldn't be a bad bet that stocks are gonna go down again I mean we got durable goods orders in. That were very disappointing we were expecting
Watching Wall Street
So stocks dropped late last week this morning are seeing a bit of a lift any indication of what could be giving the market this slight boost today. I think today at least here in the US actually globally I guess you could say it's really all about and because he had some big global players. Looking
Asian stock markets leap higher on China stimulus plan
Asian stock markets gained strongly Monday, with Shanghai's index spiking more than 7%, as investors welcomed China's $586 billion stimulus plan aimed at countering the effects of a global slowdown on its economy. European markets opened higher. Tokyo's Nikkei 225 stock average surged 498.43
Companies begin quest for oil, gas off Florida
Oil companies once viewed drilling in the deep waters off Florida as cost prohibitive. Politicians feared even the slightest sign of support would be career suicide. No more. Record crude oil prices are fueling support for oil and natural gas exploration off the nation's shores. In Florida,