WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice will discuss trade this week with other nations of the Western Hemisphere, U.S. officials said on Monday, and expressed hope that support for free trade would continue under a more skeptical President Barack Obama.
LOS ANGELES (Reuters) – President-elect Barack Obama faces many difficult tasks when he enters the White House, and now people who want to face similar challenges can give the U.S. presidency a try, too, in a video game.
SAN FRANCISCO (MarketWatch) — Technology stocks closed with broad gains Monday, with most bellwethers flexing their muscles along with the rest of the market following reports that a deal could be near to help bail out the U.S. auto industry bring some
ORLANDO, Florida (Reuters) – The trial of former NASA astronaut Lisa Nowak for an attack on a romantic rival has been cleared to resume after an appeals court readmitted suppressed evidence from a police search of her car.
Apple’s iPhone is one of the few products selling well this holiday season and Wal-Mart is one of the few retailers where people are shopping these days. So some marketing geniuses have decided (ta-da) it makes sense to sell iPhones at
NEW YORK–Merrill Lynch & Co., Inc. announced that Bank of Americas acquisition of Merrill Lynch was approved today at its special stockholders meeting along with two other related proposals. Under the terms of the transaction, which was announced on
The Federal Deposit Insurance Corporation (FDIC) first announced the expanded deposit insurance program in mid-October 2008, and eligible institutions were automatically enrolled during an introductory period through early December. The Bank of New York