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Arriving and departing flights at New York City area airports gained steam early on Sunday evening after the worst U.S. East Coast snowstorm in decades resulted in a deluge of cancellations and delays
New York City emerged on Sunday from a massive blizzard that paralyzed much of the U.S. East Coast, while snowy gridlock gripped the nation's capital and surrounding areas, where federal, state and local offices planned to remain closed on Monday.
Four senior Twitter executives are leaving the media company, CEO Jack Dorsey tweeted late Sunday night, the biggest leadership changes since Dorsey returned as chief executive as he struggles to revive the company's growth
Japanese stocks rose on Monday after a sharp rebound in crude oil prices helped global market sentiment, but traders cautioned that the gains could be a temporary, technical bounce rather the start of a sustainable recovery.
The weekend blizzard along the East Coast could have a relatively small economic impact -- up to $850 million, experts estimate -- because the storm hit on a weekend and there weren't any major power outages. That meant there was little lost productivity in government and business.
First, NFL announcers called them "iPads." When they finally called them by the correct name, the Microsoft Surface was malfunctioning on the sidelines of the AFC championship game as millions watched.
Johnson Controls is in advanced talks to combine with Tyco International, according to people familiar with the matter, in a deal that could be valued as high as $20 billion.
All bridges and tunnels into New York City operated by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey will close on Saturday afternoon because of blizzard conditions in the metropolitan area, New York Governor Andrew Cuomo said.
A blizzard that has paralyzed much of the U.S. East Coast intensified on Saturday, bringing Washington to a standstill and forcing the closure of roads, bridges and tunnels into New York until Sunday morning.
American Express Co.'s stock , which suffered the biggest-ever price decline in the 44 years it has traded publicly, according to FactSet data, took more than 50 points away from the Dow Jones Industrial Average's gain.
The Federal Reserve will meet next week for the first time since raising interest rates off their rock-bottom lows in December, but policy makers won’t be raising rates again. A reading on fourth quarter GDP is also due.
Oil production from the Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries fell by 130,000 barrels a day in December from a month earlier, to 32.28 million barrels a day, according to a Platts survey of OPEC oil industry officials and analysts released Friday.
It was another week of extreme volatility on Wall Street, but despite big dips, the major averages managed to end higher. Here's everything you might have missed.
Oil futures rocketed higher on Friday, stretching their rally to a second straight session and marking the best one-day jump since August, according to FactSet data.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said one person had died and 12 were hospitalized from a strain of listeria linked to packaged salads produced by Dole Food Co Inc in its facility in Springfield, Ohio.
One person has died and 12 have been hospitalized by a multistate listeria outbreak that has been tied to Dole packaged salads, according to the Centers for Disease Control.
A United Airlines flight partially skidded off the runway after landing at Chicago's O'Hare International Airport in snowy conditions, according to several news reports.
Gold futures settled with a modest loss on Friday, as a rally in U.S. equities helped dull interest in the metal.
Oil prices continued to trade higher after data from Baker Hughes showed that the number of active U.S. oil-drilling rigs fell by 5 to 510 as of Friday.
Chesapeake Energy, battling weak prices for oil and natural gas, suspended dividends on its preferred shares in an effort conserve cash.