In today’s news: Home sales drop, FCC takes aim at “cramming,” the Fed is likely to keep stimulating the economy, the lack of NFL football is hurting more than players and owners, and Verizon will start charging more for data.
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In today’s news: Stocks rebound in a big way, Wal-Mart gets a big break, eco-minded states suffer a big disappointment, the world’s fastest computer has a big lead over all the others, and foreign investment is up big.
In today’s news: Misery is at a record high, a new passenger jet debuts, Social Security may not be secure, China has housing problems, and hydrogen cars may be stuck in “park.”
Here are some interesting and amusing developments from the past week that aren’t exactly news but might make you smile.
In today’s news: Unemployment and foreclosures are down, so is small business lending, solar power is up, and Chrysler issues a recall.
In today’s news: Prices are rising, builders’ confidence is dropping, oil prices are plunging, pickup truck sales are down, and Congress is talking mobile privacy.
In today’s news: Retails sales are dropping, CEOs expect hiring to increase, AmEx goes prepaid, BoA gets in the way, Jiffy Lube goes longer than 3,000 miles.