Features by Alisa Roth
Posted In: Jobs
Revenue at Google is up more than 25 percent over last year. But most investors are watching the money going out over the money coming in.
Posted In: Banks
The Senate panel investigating the cause of the financial crisis has released a report today containing new information on what lead up to the banking collapse. Senator Carl Levin is now calling for an investigation into Goldman Sachs for misleading Congressional investigators.
Later this morning, President Obama will outline his plans for reducing the long-term deficit. The proposal is expected to focus on cuts to entitlement programs and tax increases.
Details of last week's budget battle are trickling out this morning. The budget agreement, reached on Friday, cut federal spending by $38 billion and avoided a government shutdown.
Posted In: Wall Street
The New York Stock Exchange has rejected a bid from the rival U.S. exchange, NASDAQ, saying it plans to merge with Deutsche Boerse.
In a report, the International Monetary Fund says the Palestinian Authority has put into place the economic reforms needed for statehood.
Posted In: Airlines
Airfares have risen several times in the past year and may well go higher. Can customers do anything about it or do the airlines have the whip hand?
Posted In: Food
The fast food giant will add up to 50,000 new employees in one day. And McDonald's is looking for workers who are looking for more than a McJob.
Posted In: Food
Restaurant chains like Red Lobster are testing new buying strategies to cope with soaring prices of ingredients.
Posted In: Auto
Beyond car production curbs, Toyota tells American dealers limit orders of replacement parts, potentially lengthening repair times for existing cars.