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  • End of an era: The NYSE floor isn't even good for PR photos anymore

    End of an era: The NYSE floor isn't even good for PR photos anymore
    The vast bulk of trading of New York Stock Exchange-listed shares moved away from the NYSE floor years ago, but the death knell for human-interactive trading may have been sounded recently when MarketWatch, a Dow Jones-owned news website, said it would no...
  • Rivals look to cash in on Pimco strife

    The departure of bond-trading wizard Bill Gross from his Newport Beach firm has spilled blood into the normally placid waters of fixed income securities. Competition in the mutual fund business exploded this week as rivals sparred for a share of the...
  • Unemployment rate drops to 5.9% as job growth rebounds

    Job growth rebounded strongly last month and the unemployment rate fell below 6% for the first time in more than six years, easing fears the labor market was faltering again and providing a boost to congressional Democrats before the midterm elections....
  • Buffett's Berkshire Hathaway buying car dealership firm Van Tuyl Group

    Warren Buffett has made billions betting on companies that others shun. Now, in another seemingly contrarian move, the Oracle of Omaha is investing in auto dealerships, an industry under threat from online car buying services and changes in the...
  • Giant money managers scrambling for billions flowing out of Pimco

    Giant money managers scrambling for billions flowing out of Pimco
    The world of mutual funds may seem like a backwater on Wall Street, but the departure of bond trading superstar Bill Gross from Pacific Investment Management Co. has spilled blood into normally calm waters. Competition in the mutual fund business has...
  • Warren Buffett buys auto group, boosts competition for AutoNation

    Warren Buffett buys auto group, boosts competition for AutoNation
    Warren Buffett is buying into the auto dealer business, and that means more competition for Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation. The billionaire investor said Thursday that his Berkshire Hathaway Group has agreed to buy the Van Tuyl Group, billed as the...
  • AutoNation reports best September sales since 2007

    AutoNation reports best September sales since 2007
    Fort Lauderdale-based AutoNation on Thursday reported its best September sales since 2007 and predicted even stronger sales ahead. The country's largest vehicle retailer said it sold 24,081 cars and trucks during the month, a 16 percent jump from last...
  • Lingerie website selling sexy 'Frozen' Halloween costumes

    Lingerie website selling sexy 'Frozen' Halloween costumes
    The outfits worn by characters Anna and Elsa in Disney's "Frozen" are sure to be best-selling Halloween costumes this fall.   But thanks to lingerie costume website Yandy.com, you can now dress as a sexy version of the sisters, and even a sexy version...
  • Jay Leno Keeps The Crowds Laughing

    He may be off late night TV but longtime "The Tonight Show" host Jay Leno continues doing his nighttime shtick. But he's doing it these days as part of his live tour that comes to University of Connecticut's Jorgensen Center for the Performing Arts Center...
  • Cubs TV broadcaster Jim Deshaies buys $1.35 million River North condo

    Cubs TV broadcaster Jim Deshaies buys $1.35 million River North condo
    Chicago Cubs TV broadcaster Jim Deshaies and his wife have paid the full $1.35 million listing price for a two-bedroom, 2,212-square-foot condominium unit on the 40th floor of a tower in the River North neighborhood. Last year, Deshaies, 54, replaced...
  • USA, Syfy Launch Xbox Apps with Access Restricted to Pay-TV Customers

    "Sharknado 2" is coming to Microsoft's Xbox One gaming console -- but you have to subscribe to a participating cable, satellite or telco TV service to gain access to it. NBCUniversal has launched apps for cablers USA Network and Syfy on Xbox One, the...