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  • Greece bailout hopes lift Asian markets

    Greece bailout talks involve a second rescue package roughly the size of the first. But Greece bailout could be delayed until July.
    06/20/2011 02:06 am

  • Mutual funds: Investors withdraw $2.7 billion

    Mutual funds invested in stocks lost money in May. It was the first time in five months that investors pulled out more money than they put in to stock mutual funds.
    06/14/2011 08:55 am

  • Stocks eke out gains, helped by deals

    Stocks on the Dow average rose 1 point, only the second rise in stocks in June. Wendy's and VF Corp. deals help buoy sentiment.
    06/13/2011 07:51 pm

  • Stock market: Corporate deals provide a boost

    Stock market opened higher Monday after dipping below 12000 Friday. A number of corporate deals are boosting the stock market.
    06/13/2011 11:53 am

  • Stock market moves lower

    Stock market slide led by airlines and banks. Friday's dismal job report and other evidence of a weak economy are weighing on stock market sentiment.
    06/06/2011 12:13 pm

  • Stock markets take a battering

    Stock markets in Asia, Europe fall sharply after US stock markets plunge and Greek debt worries rise. Futures point to rebound in the US.
    06/02/2011 10:56 am

  • Economy cools more than expected, rattling stock market

    Slowdowns in car sales, manufacturing, home sales, and job creation collectively shook the stock market. Both the Dow and S&P 500 fell more than 2 percent Wednesday.
    06/01/2011 06:32 pm

  • Stock prices fall sharply in Asia

    Stock prices slide more than 1 percent in Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong. Investors expect stock prices to go lower, analyst says.
    05/23/2011 03:09 am

  • Stocks close lower ahead of jobs report

    Dow falls 139 points and S&P drops 0.9 percent. Investors wait for direction from Friday's employment numbers.
    05/05/2011 06:30 pm

  • Osama bin Laden death may cause stocks to rise

    Osama bin Laden death has caused 'exuberance and relief' among investors. The killing of bin Laden, along with strong earnings and a substantial deal in the drug sector, will likely send stocks up.
    05/02/2011 10:38 am

Doing Good

 

What happens when ordinary people decide to pay it forward? Extraordinary change...

Danny Bent poses at the starting line of the Boston Marathon in Hopkinton, Mass.

After the Boston Marathon bombings, Danny Bent took on a cross-country challenge

The athlete-adventurer co-founded a relay run called One Run for Boston that started in Los Angeles and ended at the marathon finish line to raise funds for victims.

 
 
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