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You know that feeling when you start your vacation and you just really, really want to get to your destination? Try to imagine, then, how passengers on Hawaiian Airlines Flight 33 felt Friday, when their plane from Los Angeles International Airport, bound for Maui, took off a total of three…
Now-former NFL Network analyst and draft expert Mike Mayock will be named the Raisers’ next general manager, according to numerous reports including NFL Network itself.
Danica Patrick’s racing career ended with a wreck in Turn 2 at the track that made her famous, Patrick had been running near the middle of the pack in the Indianapolis 500 when she lost control, slid hard into the outside wall, then caromed across the track and hit the…
The U.S. labor market ended a year of solid growth on a disappointing note last month, but economists said tax cuts are set to breathe some new life into the gradually decelerating jobs recovery.
December’s gain of 148,000 net new jobs, reported Friday by the Labor Department, was well below analyst…
Stocks held steady Friday after a report showed that the U.S. job market strengthened last month but not quite as much as expected.
Bond and commodity markets were also relatively quiet.
KEEPING SCORE: The Standard & Poor’s 500 index was close to flat at nearly 2,580 as of 10 a.m. Eastern time….
Stock markets around the world sagged Friday after Amazon and other big companies reported quarterly results that underwhelmed investors.
The Standard & Poor’s 500 index slipped 3.32 points, or 0.1%, to 2,472.10, finishing a week packed with corporate earnings reports almost exactly where it started….
Stocks are off to a weak start on Wall Street after several big U.S. companies reported disappointing first-quarter results.
Disney was down 3% in early trading Wednesday after its revenue fell short of forecasts. Priceline slumped 4.8% after its revenue also missed estimates.
Mattel shares dropped Thursday after the nation’s largest toy maker reported a wider loss and a 15% drop in sales for the first quarter as it dealt with holiday hangover of too many items unsold.
The latest quarterly performance underscores the challenges facing Chief Executive Margo Georgiadis,…
Stocks are opening broadly lower, led by industrial and technology companies.
American Airlines slumped 3.1% in early trading Monday, and Cognizant Technology Solutions lost 2.4%.
Rite Aid plunged 18% after Walgreen Boots Alliance cut the price it will pay to buy its rival.
Fitbit dropped 12% after…
Google parent Alphabet reported an 8.3% increase in fourth-quarter profit, but it still fell short of analysts’ expectations on a higher-than-expected tax adjustment.
WSJ.com: US Business