Nov 7, 2012 President Obama has been re-elected to lead the country for four more years -- what do the election results mean for the markets? Also, how well did Super PAC spending pay off this election?
Nov 7, 2012 President Obama has been re-elected to lead the country for four more years -- what do the election results mean for the markets? Also, how is China reacting to the news?
Nov 7, 2012 With both Governor Romney and President Obama calling for bipartisanship, we check in with two dueling economists to help chart the course ahead.
Nov 6, 2012 Whoever it is, the next president could benefit from an improving economy. Housing prices are rising again and unemployment is expected to fall.
Nov 7, 2012 In many ways, the 2012 presidential election is a referendum on a number: the nation's unemployment rate of 7.9 percent. Reporters in Oklahoma City (unemployment around 5 percent) and San Bernardino, Calif., (unemployment pushing 12 percent) look behind the numbers.
Shereen Marisol Meraji
Nov 7, 2012 An economist and an engineer on the frustrations and virtues of waiting.
Nov 6, 2012 Outside spending burst closes campaign
Nov 6, 2012 Whichever candidate wins, investors and analysts are hoping the next president will be able to avoid the fiscal cliff. But how will markets react if there is no clear winner?
Nov 6, 2012 Why electronic voting’s challenges, from hacking to glitches, might be best with an old fashioned analogue backup.