The Dow Jones industrial average at one point was down more than 500 points. It’s now down 436 at 10,973.
The U.S. stock market joined a sell-off around the world Monday in the first trading since Standard & Poor’s downgraded American debt.
Wall Street was not for the faint of heart Friday. The breathtaking peaks and valleys of the day came to an end with the Dow closing up 61 points.
Leaders of the House and Senate say votes could come as early as this evening on the deficit-cutting plan that’s expected to avert a government default on its debts.
New evidence on Friday morning revealed that the economy added 192,000 jobs in February, and the unemployment rate dropped to 8.9 percent—the lowest in almost two years.
Did you see Alexis Christoforous segment on stores that make it easy for consumers to make trade-ins of their used electronics and gift cards?
If you haven’t finished your holiday shopping, there are those trying to help shoppers during the last minute holiday dash.
In this Eye On New York segment, CBS 2′s Don Dahler speaks about New Yorkers who’ve changed careers for a sweeter taste in life.
The nation’s unemployment rate climbed to 9.8 percent in November, a seven-month high, as hiring slowed.
A New Jersey woman was scammed out of all of her money after being duped by a woman she met at church.
Nancy Canfield and her family said they were preyed upon by a New Jersey company that claimed it could help them out of foreclosure.
The holidays are coming early at stores as some major retailers are starting their so-called “Black Friday” sales now.