A couple of analysts lowered eBay Inc.'s stock price targets on Thursday after the online retailer revised down its full-year revenue forecast.
You know what they say about drastic times.
U.S. stock indexes have mostly recovered from a steep decline and are slightly lower at midday.
Men and pre-menopausal women may process fat differently, leaving men at a greater risk for excess fat-related illnesses such as heart disease and obesity, a new study suggests.
Chesapeake Energy Corp. shares rallied Thursday after the company said it sold 413,000 acres in shale formations in West Virginia and southwest Pennsylvania to Southwestern Energy Co. for $5.38 billion.
West Virginia's seasonally adjusted unemployment rate held steady at 6.6 percent in September.
A new survey of Kentucky food prices says the rising cost of beef and pork products led to an overall 3.9 percent jump in retail food prices during the third quarter of the year.
State labor officials say Georgia's jobless rate has dropped to 7.9 percent.
Archaeologists parted the sands of the California desert to excavate one of the last remnants of old-time Hollywood: a giant plaster sphinx from the set of Cecil B.
North Carolina government took in slightly less than what state officials projected during the first quarter of the fiscal year, and questions persist about whether broad tax changes will crimp again the state budget for a second year in a row.
Shares of some top autos companies are down at 10 a.m.: Ford Motor Co. fell $.01 or percent, to $13.62.
Shares of some top health care equipment companies are mixed at 10 a.m.: Becton, Dickinson & Co. fell $1.75 or 1.4 percent, to $122.78.
Dallas County commissioners failed to take any action Thursday at a special meeting to weigh declaring a local state of disaster over the Ebola virus.
At 11 years old, Adrianna Kenebrew dreams of going to the Olympics to win gold as a gymnast— and she won’t let the fact that she’s legally blind stand in the way.
FEDERAL OFFICIALS tell Fox News that the CDC is weighing putting health care workers who are being monitored for Ebola on the TSA no-fly list after infected nurse Amber Vinson, seen arriving at Emory University Hospital, center, was cleared Monday by the agency to fly Frontier Airlines Flight 1143 from Cleveland to Dallas Monday, one day before she tested positive for virus.
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As the number of confirmed cases of the Ebola virus in West Africa nears 9,000, many are questioning what would happen if the virus became airborne.
There’s no denying that the risks in the current market narrative are real, but keep in mind, momentum aside: Lower prices + solid fundamentals = buying opportunity.