Apple founder and CEO Steve Jobs sent a note Monday to employees saying he’s taking a medical leave of absence so he can focus on his health.
Just when the economy seems to be slowly crawling out of recession, there’s another potential financial crisis on the horizon!
The nation’s unemployment rate dropped to 9.4 percent last month, its lowest level in 19 months.
Senate President Stephen Sweeney and Assembly Speaker Sheila Oliver said aggressive efforts are needed to bring down New Jersey’s unemployment rate. It’s currently 9.2 percent.
As a former candidate for governor, Ridgefield First Selectman Rudy Marconi knows Connecticut’s $4 billion deficit will mean higher taxes and local revenue cuts.
Long Island Association president Kevin Law says that it’s time the island start acting like the big guy that it is.
Last minute Christmas shoppers are in good company, as consumers are racing to the end of the season at a more feverish pace this year.
American Airlines says it will no longer sell tickets on the Orbitz travel website, effective immediately.
South Korean automakers Hyundai and Kia and German car maker Volkswagen lead the insurance industry’s annual list of the safest new vehicles.
Accounting firm Ernst & Young LLC may face civil fraud charges in New York for its alleged role in the demise of Lehman Brothers, according to a report.
The latest figures show Connecticut added 2,500 new jobs in November, a sign of hope for a state that’s stands last in the nation in job growth.
Talks are ongoing between the Christie administration and standardbred breeders about saving horse racing at the Meadowlands.
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Democratic leaders who demanded that the top Assembly Republican apologize may have gotten more than they asked for.
A think tank projects that taxpayer-funded contributions to the pension systems for NY’s public employees could balloon by billions over the next five years.