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US Strategy: Squeeze ISIS From 'Multiple Directions'
Gen. Martin Dempsey on the actions needed to force the terrorist group into an "untenable position."
Apple (AAPL) Shares Gain on China Mobile Deal
By John Kapetaneas Morning Money Memo… Apple has made a deal with China Mobile to sell the iPhone in the carrier’s stores beginning January 17. The agreement gives Apple access to the 1.2 billion subscriber China market, where Samsung and Google’s Android have been dominant...
2013 Stanley Cup Winning Chicago Blackhawks Honored by Obama
The president hosts White House ceremony to honor this year's NHL championship team.
Apple's iWatch: The Next Hot Thing?
Morning Business Memo… Apple has applied for the patent “iWatch” in Japan, as speculation grows about new kinds of hot tech products. In recent weeks there have been growing indications that Apple, Samsung and Sony are all working on wearable devices. Last week Sony announced...
June Turbulence Tempers First-Half Bull Market
Morning Business Memo: It was a great first half of 2013, but a difficult month for the stock market. Both the Dow Jones Index and S&P 500 are up more than 13 percent since the beginning of the year. Stock market futures rose this morning....
Stocks Open Week on Sour Note
Morning Business Memo… It could be another wild and crazy week for investors. After last week’s rough ride, Wall Street is bracing for more volatility. Stock futures fell sharply this morning after the averages lost about 2 percent in value last week. Interest rates spiked...
Mitt Romney Misstates Paul Ryan's Debate History
ST. PETERSBURG, Fla.—Mitt Romney and Paul Ryan talk almost daily while the two are on the campaign trail, but heading into Thursday’s vice presidential debate it is clear the top of the ticket doesn’t know much about his running mate’s debate history. On CNN Tuesday...
Stocks Rally On News of Greek Relief
Futures were rallying ahead on ahead of the bell this morning. Joining me now to discuss all the business headlines at this hour break and from Bloomberg TV hello good to see you. Hey Stephanie we have a busy day lot to talk Well there's breaking news I understand European Central Bank about to
Should I sell stocks as debt ceiling crisis gets closer?
Q: Is it too late to bail out of stocks due to the impending debt ceiling crisis and financial woes in Europe? A: Investors can look back over the past five years and marvel at just how many harrowing events they've lived through. First, it was the subprime mortgage collapse which blossomed into a
Retail sales could benefit as consumers' balance sheets heal
Free-wheeling consumers are cleaning up their act after getting burned by sky-high debt loads in the Great Recession, recent data show. After several years of cutting debt and spending, consumers' finances are in better shape than they've been in years. That could provide a boost to the Commerce