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  • Money Market accounts: Are they safe?

    Bill, Are Money Market accounts safe now? Are they FDIC insured? I thought I heard that WA MU money market accts. are lost???? How about Bank of America? Linda Mineral It's a very good question, Linda, especially in light of these tumultuous economic...
  • Houston Shows Doing Well Despite Recession

    Seems like old times: despite economy, Houston theatre selling tickets. The experts say we haven't seen an economy like this since the Great Depression. And for some people involved in local theatre and entertainment that may be a good thing. Ticket...
  • Banking turmoil sends a shudder through Wall Street; Dow suffers biggest point drop since 2001

    NEW YORK (AP) - The upheaval in the American financial system sent shock waves through the stock market Monday, producing the worst day on Wall Street in seven years as investors digested the failure of one of its most venerable banks and wondered which...
  • Wall Street meltdown may swamp all New Yorkers

    The crisis that wiped out the venerable Lehman Brothers and left two others financial giants struggling for life threatens to cascade across all sectors of city life, from the restaurant business to the pace of rebuilding at the World Trade Center,...
  • Stocks Tumble As Bailout Plan Fails In House

    NEW YORK (AP) -- Wall Street's worst fears came to pass Monday, when the government's financial rescue plan failed in Congress and stocks plunged precipitously -- hurtling the Dow Jones industrials down nearly 7 percent. The almost 780-point decline was...
  • New Yorkers Hitting the Bars to Make Up for Lost Wages

    NEW YORK - With many New Yorkers in the financial district looking for jobs, some have turned to bartending as a second source of income. According to research, enrollment at bartending schools around the city is up almost 25%. Joe Bruno, director of...
  • Suozzi: 'Things are as Bad as They Can Be'

    Nassau County workers will have to agree to an across-the-board pay cut of 7 percent to avoid layoffs, Nassau County Executive Thomas Suozzi told a special session of the County Legislature Monday. Nearly 1,000 workers -- including police officers --...
  • Bailout Backlash

    As plans for a 700 billion dollar bail out are negotiated in Washington DC, financial experts convened in Harrisburg Tuesday. Chairman Peter Daley of the House Commerce Committee says he called the hearing to be pro-active in dealing with the effects of...
  • Conseco feels effects of Wall Street meltdown

    The stock of Carmel-based Conseco plummeted Wednesday after the insurer announced how much it was involved in the crisis on Wall Street. Conseco says it held more than $100 million in securities with three of the most troubled companies: AIG, Lehman...
  • Stocks tumble after government bailout of AIG

    NEW YORK - Wall Street plunged again Wednesday, with anxieties about the financial system still running high even after the government bailed out the insurer American International Group Inc. The Dow Jones industrial average dropped more than 340 points....
  • WellPoint earnings fall as investments decline

    INDIANAPOLIS (AP) - Indianapolis-based health insurer WellPoint Inc. posted a 5.4 percent decline in third-quarter net income, mostly because of losses on its investments, but the results topped analyst estimates. The operator of Blue Cross health...