The Dow sets yet another new record, with an unlikely component leading the way. More »The Surprising Bank Behind the Dow's Triple-Digit Rise
Between a falling yen and soaring economy, Japan's leading manufacturing stocks are poised to soar More »Is Japan's Surge Bringing Top Profits for Manufacturers?
Three agencies are teaming up to offer up to $7.5 million in competitive grants to protect key agricultural, scenic and natural resource areas in the San Francisco Bay Area. The pilot program aims to preserve and enhance the natural, economic and social value of rural lands as the region’s population continues to grow. More »Grants Will Provide Up to $7.5M for Open Space Protection in Five Bay Area Counties
Integration of upgraded weapons systems back into the arsenal is a key objective. More »New Zealand Describes Defense Goals for 2013-2016
Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP today announced that a class action has been commenced in the United States District Court for the Central District of California on behalf of holders of Hot Topic, Inc. More »Robbins Geller Rudman & Dowd LLP Files Class Action Suit against Hot Topic, Inc.
Yahoo's Monday Event May Focus On Flickr, Not Tumblr More »Yahoo's Monday Event May Focus On Flickr, Not Tumblr
Hedge funds and other big speculators in commodities have started selling gold in a big way, trade data showed on Friday, just a month after they had supported the precious metal amid a record tumble in ... More »Hedge funds back to selling gold after propping market a month ago
DPR Construction , a national technical builder specializing in highly complex and sustainable projects, announced today the achievement of net-zero energy consumption in its Phoenix Regional Office. More »DPR Construction’s Phoenix Office First Net-Zero Energy Commercial Building in Arizona
In an effort to reduce manufacturing costs and remain competitive in a challenging silicomanganese market, Felman Production, LLC today announced it will temporarily shut down one of its three electric arc furnaces on May 31st. More »Felman Production, LLC Announces Strategic Cost Reduction Measures
The technology reporters and editors of The New York Times scour the Web for important and peculiar items. For Friday, selections include the costs and benefits of people logging into Web sites with Twitter ... More »Today’s Scuttlebot: Apple’s Tax Plan and Virtual Biology
U.S. stocks continued their climb into uncharted territory on Friday, racking up the fourth week of gains in a row as encouraging economic data prompted investors to pick up shares of growth companies. ... More »Dow, S&P end at records, stocks mark 4th week of gains
Ubiquiti Slides In Late Trading After Filing Offering More »Ubiquiti Slides In Late Trading After Filing Offering
Google just handed out $1,300 Chromebooks to attendees of Google I/O 2013. Could that be a sign that the pricey laptop isn't selling as well, or that it wants more developers onboard with high resolutions?... More »Was Google's Generosity Actually a Sign of Weakness?
The company will reduce the number of regional news offices, but says community service will not be reduced. More »AOL to Impose More Cuts at Patch, Its Local News Operation
These banking stalwarts still look reasonably priced. More »2 Bank Stocks Buffett Bought (and they're still reasonably priced!)