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  • Import-Domestic Price Gap Widens

     
    The gap between the price of a new domestic and foreign-assembled car is the widest it???s been in almost 12 years, according to Bloomberg News. The average selling price for a foreign imported car was $31,536 in August, according to......
  • Consumer confidence unexpectedly rises (just a little)

     
    From the Good News Where You Can Find It file … Bloomberg reports that consumer confidence inched up a bit in October, propping up hope that the U.S. economy will avoid a double-dip recession. The improvement was a surprise because analysts had...
  • U.S. recession fears fade as economy shows more strength

     
    The dreaded "double-dip" still is a no-show. When the government on Thursday issues its first estimate of third-quarter U.S. gross domestic product, the report is expected to show a sharp acceleration in economic growth from the first half. Real GDP......
  • Flooding continues torrent of destruction in Thailand

     
    Thailand flooding: Floodwaters in Thailand have crept closer to central Bangkok, forcing new evacuations and the closure of one of the country's largest shopping malls as it threatened to swamp the Thai capital’s subway system, international news...
  • Two towns merge into new one -- Princeton, N.J. -- to save costs

     
    Princeton merger: To save costs, two New Jersey municipalities -- Princeton Township and Princeton Burough -- voted Tuesday to merge into a united community called Princeton....
  • About those dreaded 'regulations'

     
    Bloomberg offers a reality check to all the Republican bleating about business regulation during the Obama years: President Barack Obama’s “tsunami” of new government regulations looks more like a summer swell. Obama’s White...
  • A Paul pop?

     
    Bloomberg is reporting: Herman Cain, Ron Paul, Mitt Romney and Newt Gingrich are in a dead heat as the top choices for Iowans likely to attend the Jan. 3 Republican presidential caucuses. A Bloomberg News poll (pdf ) shows Cain......
  • NHTSA Wants All Keyless Ignitions to Work the Same

     
    The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration is proposing a rule that would make all keyless ignition systems operate in the same manner, according to Bloomberg News. The safety enhancement would make turning off the car???s engine easier in an...
  • Tennis Channel wins significant round against Comcast Corp.

     
    A Federal Communications Commission administrative judge ruled that cable giant Comcast Corp. discriminated against the independently owned Tennis Channel by putting it at a competitive disadvantage. Tuesday's ruling marked the first time that an FCC...
  • Philippine floods: More coffins needed as death toll nears 1,000

     
    The death toll from powerful floods that have swept the southern Philippines is nearing 1,000, forcing the navy to ship hundreds of white coffins to help overwhelmed aid teams....
  • CDR Financial Products founder pleads guilty in municipal bond case

     
    A Beverly Hills financial firm and its founder pleaded guilty to federal criminal charges that they defrauded government agencies by steering investment contracts to firms that paid them kickbacks. David Rubin, 50, and his company, CDR Financial...