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  • Troubles aside, Koss sounds an optimistic note

    MILWAUKEE For decades, Michael J. Koss has worn a bow tie pretty much every working day. He's not about to start putting on a necktie with a half Windsor. And Koss Corp., surveying the path out of business difficulties unrelated to the now-famous...
  • In show of confidence, Americans take on more debt: survey

    In show of confidence, Americans take on more debt: survey
    Total U.S. household debt rose slightly in the third quarter to a total of $11.7 trillion, according to a survey by the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, which pronounced the end of the crisis-era "deleveraging process." The increase of $78 billion...
  • U.S. GDP grows at better-than-expected 3.9% pace in third quarter

    While economic growth in much of the world slowed, the U.S. recovery hummed through the summer at an unexpectedly robust pace and posted its best six-month performance in 11 years. The nation's gross domestic product, the broadest measure of economic...
  • Progress is slow on Haiti's isle of discontent

    ILE DE LA TORTUE, Haiti Newly installed solar-powered street lamps stand as a beacon of hope, lighting up the rocky terrain as idle bulldozers collect dust along the lush mountainside. In a nearby village, a new public square slowly rises out of the...
  • Fed expected 'quite limited' impact from global weakness, minutes show

    Fed expected 'quite limited' impact from global weakness, minutes show
    Federal Reserve officials were not overly worried about a weakening global economy late last month, with many officials expecting "quite limited" effect on the U.S., according to minutes of the central bank's most recent policymaking meeting. The...
  • States focus on long-term unemployed

    BRIDGEPORT, Conn. Maybe it was Tony Stanley's furrowed brow that was keeping him from getting a job. Or maybe it was his work history in many fields instead of just one. Or maybe it was that he was aiming too high, or maybe too low. The 50-year-old...
  • Economy grows at stronger-than-expected 3.9% pace in third quarter

    Economy grows at stronger-than-expected 3.9% pace in third quarter
    The economy grew faster in the third quarter than initially thought, expanding at a solid 3.9% annual rate, the Commerce Department said Tuesday. The figure was unexpectedly better than the 3.5% annual rate the government reported in its first...
  • This Boehner/McConnell Obamacare 'fix' could hurt millions of Americans

    The GOP manifesto published obligingly by the Wall Street Journal on Wednesday over the names of Republican leaders John Boehner, R-Ohio, and Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., included a tweak to the Affordable Care Act they say would provide Americans with "more...
  • Obama strives to shake off lame-duck label at start of trip to China

    Within hours of landing here on Monday, President Obama took credit for the release of two Americans detained in North Korea, defended his decision to send more military trainers to Iraq, vowed to expand trade with Asia and unilaterally extended the...
  • Massage therapy -- from arthritis to migraines, there's a plan for relief

    By Erinn Hutkin Jeff Muskovin's job is most rewarding when a client has a "Eureka!" moment. The licensed massage therapist has watched a musician return to playing without pain, a marathon runner finish a race with a faster time and no injuries, and a...
  • Foreign investors trim holdings of Mexico corporate securities

    Foreign investors trimmed their holdings of Mexican corporate securities in the third quarter and sharply slowed their purchase of government debt due to worries about global growth and uncertainty over central bank policy in advanced economies, the...