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But given the chaos and conflict in Congress over the past year, a bipartisan mini-deal would be welcome just the same...Murray can strike a bargain, and get it passed by both houses and signed by President Obama before spending authority lapses Jan.
Real Estate Real Estate Video Are these markets approaching bubble territory? Hard to say, of course, because bubbles are never confirmed until they burst. Former Federal Reserve Board chairman Alan Greenspan knows a thing or two about that...While
ET Bitcoin prices tumbled almost 13% Friday on reports that Chinese Internet company Baidu Inc. stopped accepting payment in the virtual currency following a warning raised by China's central bank. The People's Bank of China on Thursday said
The following comment brings together in one article the various themes we have been writing about weekly, and emphasizes why we are maintaining our bearish position at a time when so many bears have thrown in the towel. The market continues to rise
Nissan is reviewing global creative responsibilities for its luxury Infiniti brand, an Infiniti representative has confirmed. Worldwide media spending on the brand was not immediately available. In the U.S. alone last year, however, Infiniti spent
Select a date range Create a custom date range From: To: Bloomberg News December 7, 2013 Sears plans to spin off its Lands' End unit, which has stayed profitable amid losses by the department-store chain. Sears Holdings Corp. plans to spin off its
General Electric Co. acknowledged on Thursday that a cut in its top-tier credit rating was possible, but its chief financial officer said there was no ''time bomb'' hidden in its hefty finance arm. General Electric Co has agreed to pay as much as $18.
After nearly 10 years of business in Bellingham, the boutique antique store Jelita Arts will be closing at the end of December. Owner Julia Clauset is dealing with some health issues that is making it difficult to run a brick-and-mortar store, so she
Here's a news release for business owners pondering what to do with holiday gifts to businesses: 6th Annual Spirit of the holidays program pledges support to local nonprofits Since 2008, Debbie Gann of Home Attendant Care has encouraged others to
Shares in Berkeley Group shot up on Friday as the housebuilder revealed a massive dividend hike at its half-year results. Berkeley, founded and run by Tony Pidgley, raised its dividend from 15p a share a year ago to 60p as it reported a 19 per cent