Holiday travel is just around the corner, and Pauline Frommer tells TheStreet’s Jill Malandrino a new study shook up conventional wisdom in the industry.
Cognizant Technology Solutions came in with solid Q3 earnings and provided favorable guidance for Q4 and FY14.
Crude moved off its lows this week following EIA data on Wednesday.
Gold is struggling to find a floor, particularly after Japan surprised the markets on Friday, October 31, with a stimulus package.
The Paychex/HIS Small Business Jobs Index showed the rate of job creation seen in September was consistent through October and is still in a position of strength.
Rick Clemmer, CEO of NXP Seminconductor says a significant growth driver has been the deployment of mobile payments for dual interface credit cards in China.
The Prudential Center, home of the New Jersey Devils, underwent a major restructuring just over a year ago and the Devils 2014-15 season tickets sales are the strongest in decades.
The market made a big comeback this week, with the S&P 500 back over 2000.
With the end of QE officially announced, the markets have begun to digest a normalized economic environment.
Traders' reaction following the end of quantitative easing (QE2) was relatively muted. Consumer confidence data through the retail holiday season will be key factors through the end of the year.