The loss of four casinos began to show up in Atlantic City's gambling revenues in September, which were nearly 13 percent less than they were a year ago before the lights started going out.
The market's intraday bounce is being led by, of all things, small-cap stocks, as the Russell 2000 has already recovered about three quarters of what it lost at the day's worst levels.
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The Giants are heading to Dallas this weekend and have taken steps to ensure their traveling party is briefed on the deadly Ebola virus that has been contracted by two female health care workers in the Dallas hospital where one man, Thomas Eric Duncan, died from the virus on Oct. 8.
The world got a brief look Wednesday at what Apple Inc. may have in store for a company event set for Thursday morning.
They were known as the prized "black accounts," those held in Swiss banks by wealthy Americans who wanted to make sure their billions of dollars in assets were securely hidden from the IRS, a longtime banker testified Wednesday in the trial of a former senior executive at UBS AG.
Washington state's unemployment rate rose slightly to 5.7 percent last month, state officials said Wednesday.
The health care overhaul makes renewing insurance so easy you don't have to do a thing.
An online ticket sales company on Wednesday dropped a defamation lawsuit against a Hartford theater and its president, after the sides agreed to work together to benefit ticket buyers just before the case went to trial.
Investors flooded into the U.S. Treasury market in a way not seen since the depths of the financial crisis, causing the yield on the benchmark 10-year Treasury note to fall below 2 percent for the first time in more than a year.
In a sea of red, the $6.70 drop in Goldman Sachs shares is the biggest weight in the Dow industrials, as it is shaving 43 points off the index's price.
Dallas Federal Reserve President Richard Fisher told FOX Business it’s “way too premature” to consider another round of bond purchases despite the recent market downturn.
North Carolina's governor argues in letters to the French and Irish governments that farmers and manufacturers in the top tobacco-producing state would be hurt by proposals in those countries to package cigarettes in blank containers.
Developing: In its anecdotal Beige Book report, the Federal Reserve said though there hasn't been a distinct shift since the previous report, the economy continues to grow at a modest-to-moderate pace. Meanwhile, the central bank noted consumer spending and a general optimism of future economic activity were present across all of its dozen districts.
The U.S. economy was strengthening in most regions of the country in September to early October, helped by gains in consumer spending, manufacturing and commercial construction.
What do you do in the midst of mountains of snow? If you're like some small business owners you try to profit from it.
A total of 4,493 people have died from the world's worst Ebola outbreak on record by Oct. 12, statistics released by the World Health Organization showed on Wednesday.
The stronger dollar was not a factor in current economic conditions, according to the latest Beige Book report on economic conditions released by the Federal Reserve on Wednesday.