Chinese Internet stocks getting slammed

While the United States is dealing with high unemployment and Europe struggles to resolve the financial crisis that plagues its economy, China has also become a fresh source of worry.

Bank of America website problems continue

Bank of America’s homepage and online banking service were still experiencing problems Friday afternoon, after the bank said a slowdown and other issues had been fully resolved.

Turnstyle: Wall Street Protest Supporters ‘Occupy’ Tumblr

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Jon Kest: Why We’re Joining #OccupyWallStreet

Whether you’re a union worker, parent, or one of the millions of people, young and old, who are looking for work with no avail, on Wednesday we will stand together to demand justice.

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Rick Perry Faced Federal Scrutiny For Insider Trading, Criticism For Land Deals

WASHINGTON — Since announcing his run for the presidency, Texas Governor Rick Perry (R) has had to fend off allegations of crony capitalism. Such cri…

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World markets in retreat

World markets plummeted Friday, plagued by insecurity over Europe and fears that the euro zone stability fund might not be enough to pull the Continent out of its ongoing debt crisis.