Wall Street ended largely flat on Thursday as a late-session surge, led by financials and energy stocks, erased most of the earlier losses. The Dow Jones industrial average was down 7.41 points, or 0.07 percent, to settle at 10,359.31, snapping its seven-day winning streak.
A new jobs report shows Delaware added 800 jobs in June, continuing a job growth trend in the state. State economist George Sharpley says Delaware is “definitely in an economic recovery.”
The Treasury Department failed to consider the economic fallout when it told General Motors and Chrysler to quickly shutter many dealerships as part of government-led bankruptcies, a federal watchdog found. A report raises questions about whether the Obama administration’s auto task force considered the job losses from the closings while pressuring the companies to reduce costs.
Windows XP, Free Online Banking, iPhone Recall and Smart Technologies IPO are the trending topics on Google and Yahoo.
CHARLOTTE, N.C., July 17 (UPI) — Bank of America says it will offer a free checking account nationwide to customers who bank strictly online and through ATMs. Bank of America – Transactional account – Automated teller machine – Banking Services – Business
ChinaNet Online Holdings, Inc. , a leading Internet services and media technology company providing online advertising and brand management solutions for small- and medium-sized enterprises in the People’s Republic of China, today announced an updated status of its installed base and accelerated schedule for installation of next-generation, “one-touch” banking information kiosks.
The Finance Ministry has recommended that the National Telecommunications Commission (NTC) consult with “all related state agencies” on its plan to auction the 3G2.1GHz spectrum licences.
A surprise plunge in consumer confidence magnified the already dour mood on Wall Street, set by a round of lackluster earnings reports from the likes of Bank of America Corp…( Read More )
Wall Street erased the week’s gains on Friday as the major stock market indexes fell nearly 3 percent amid fresh concerns that the economic recovery is stalling. Wall Street – Business – Youth – Streetkids – People
NEW YORK, July 17 (UPI) — North Korea has played a shell game with state-owned companies and taken other steps to evade economic sanctions, a U.N. report says. North Korea – United Nations – Asia – Economic sanctions – Korea