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After being shut down for two days, the financial district is hoping to make it through Wednesday without any breakdowns in its systems.
New York Stock Exchange trader Doreen Mogavero normally leaves her Staten Island home at 7:30 a.m. for a comfortable 45-minute drive to work.
Disney’s big-bucks purchase of Lucasfilm gives it control of the blockbuster film franchise created by George Lucas. The media giant plans to exploit it through sequels, TV and theme parks.
Adding another marquee pop-culture property to its roster, Walt Disney Co. has agreed to pay $ 4.05 billion to acquire the company that controls the blockbuster “Star Wars” franchise — allowing Disney to exploit the brand through film, television, consumer products and theme parks.
The Irvine-based Botox maker says Lap-Band revenue fell for the fifth consecutive quarter amid a swarm of negative publicity.
Allergan Inc. is considering selling its Lap-Band weight-loss unit amid rapidly declining sales and a swarm of negative publicity about patient deaths and a criminal investigation of one of its former customers.
Blue Shield said the move is part of its pledge to limit its annual profit to 2% of revenue. Most customers will get credit on their December bills.
Health insurer Blue Shield of California said it would return $ 50 million to customers by year-end as part of its pledge to limit its annual profit to 2% of revenue.
SACRAMENTO — Backing for Proposition 37, the genetically engineered food labeling initiative, is falling, fast.
Strong profits in the U.S. are offsetting growing losses in Europe, Ford Motor Co. reported Tuesday.
Financial markets close, but short-term pain could give way to a rebuilding boom.
Cyclone Sandy disrupted business activity nationwide as it forced a rare closure of the stock market and left corporate managers bracing for uncertain financial repercussions.
European insurers such as Munich Re, Hannover Re and Zurich Insurance underperform other stocks.
Markets in the U.S. were closed as a mammoth storm headed up the coast of the Eastern U.S.
Scott Forstall, who replaced Google Maps with Apple’s own faulty mapping software in iOS, will leave. Retail operations head John Browett will also depart.
SAN FRANCISCO — In the biggest management shake-up since Tim Cook took the helm, Apple has ousted two top executives blamed for a pair of embarrassing missteps.
Apple’s head of mobile software, Scott Forstall, is leaving the company following the release of Apple Maps and Siri, two major projects that were considered flops for the technology giant.