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The Swampby Jim Tankersley Pitching his energy and climate agenda to a joint session of Congress last February, President Obama warned of the "ravages of climate change" and asked the House and Senate to send him legislation to send me legislation......
The Swampby Mark Silva, updated with details and speech President Barack Obama, vowing a new commitment to fiscal restraint while renewing his bid for an overhaul of healthcare, called on Americans Wednesday night to repair "a deficit of trust.'' The president,......
KickingTiresLone automakers will have too much difficulty tackling the global market or facing down another economic crisis, according to Nissan and Renault CEO Carlos Ghosn. So goes the thinking behind his automaker???s partnership with Germany???s Daimler. The...
The calendar beckons investors to tread lightly through the stock market, according to an old saying. "Sell in May and go away" is a popular slogan among pundits because, over the years, stocks have sometimes suffered losses from May through October,...
Corporate earnings reports have pacified investors this week after a bout of selling followed renewed concerns about a global slowdown last week. It's not that companies have provided dazzling first-quarter results. Many are continuing to make their...
The trade organization CFDA – it just doesn't sound sexy, does it? Aaaah, but what if you knew the initials stood for the Council of Fashion Designers of America, and that it is the star chamber behind fashion week in New York? Yes, the...
Earnings stung investors last week, showing that in a global economy U.S. investors will get hurt when a good chunk of the world is in pain. And there definitely is pain. As much of Europe sinks deeper into a recession, Spain reported a 25.02 percent...
Just when the economy could use an extra lift, Americans seem poised to provide it. They are in the mood to do a little shopping. Calling it a "shopping spree" would be going too far. But with the holiday season drawing near, and the global economy stuck...
Consumers are more cheerful than at any time since before the economic crisis, yet business executives and the International Monetary Fund are wary. The contrasts in last week's economic and corporate data were stark. The consumer confidence numbers from...
When President Barack Obama and Gov. Mitt Romney come before the cameras in Denver on Wednesday night to respond to domestic policy questions, expect talk of budgets and taxes, education and jobs, the economy and quality of life in America. There...
The Hartford CourantFor all the fury and fistfights outside the Lansing Capitol, what happened in Michigan this week was a simple accommodation to reality. The most famously unionized state, birthplace of the United Auto Workers, royalty of the American working class, became...
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