Netflix has a history of surprising the industry. After progressing from red envelopes in the mailbox to streaming movies, Netflix may become a premiere network like HBO and Showtime.
Concerns about rebuilding costs and radiation push Japan's Nikkei down 1.7 percent. But stocks in Europe edge up and US futures point to stronger open.
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AT&T-T-Mobile deal is lifting spirits and may inspire other mergers and acquisitions.
Health care hot spot is complex for elderly. So Camden, N.J., installs nurse-practitioner and eliminates ambulance rides and emergency room health care.
Natural gas prices have climbed since the Middle East uprisings began in January. Japan may well need more natural gas to replace lost nuclear power, but US is mostly insulated from price shocks.
All that congressional budget-cutters need to know, they learned in kindergarten.
France fines Google, criticizing Google for a lack of transparency and cooperation with its investigation, which it launched in 2009.
The US is waiting for a consumer-driven economic recovery, but it isn't likely to come. Consumers don't have jobs or credit, and they're in no position to borrow.
In January, the price of residential properties increased about 3 percent, which is about 22 percent higher than January 2010.
The Government Accountability Office recently released a long-term outlook. It shows that revenue will stay flat, and spending will keep growing.
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Workers may not notice the improvement, but the numbers show that wages were falling more in 1980 than they are now.
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Japan's stock market index surges 4.4 percent as outlook for Japanese nuclear plant improves. Other stock markets in Asia, Europe little changed
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Natural gas and other conventional fuel imports will rise after Japan's nuclear disaster. Asian exporters of natural gas, coal, and oil should see the biggest boost.
Retirement funds at issue as nuns' initiate suit against archdiocese. They want to pull out their retirement funds.
When the world’s third-largest economy is hit with its worst earthquake ever, a tsunami, and a subsequent nuclear crisis, the human and physical toll has been enormous. The disaster is also sending ripples through the world economy. Here is a look at four ways the Japanese crisis changes the investment landscape: