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WHERE THE PARTY'S AT -- Apple issued a $1 billion bond on Tuesday with special rules: the proceeds it raises must be used on eco-friendly projects. The proceeds from the bonds will be used for several projects, including new and ongoing solar and wind farms, new green build
From the National Federation of Independent Business (NFIB): May 2017 Report: Small Business Optimism IndexThe Index for May matched its strong performance in April of 104.5. That means the Index has been at a historically high level for six
It's been a rollercoaster ride for tech stocks. Just three weeks after pouring $1.8 billion into an exchange-traded fund tracking the sector, the biggest inflow in almost seven years, investors are now the most cautious on the tech sector&am
AdExchanger | "On TV And Video" is a column exploring opportunities and challenges in advanced TV and video. Todays column is written by Tyler Pietz, principal at Two Rock Consulting. In wake of a recent series of highly publicized ad tech scandals,
AdExchanger | "Data-Driven Thinking" is written by members of the media community and contains fresh ideas on the digital revolution in media. Todays column is written by Ric Elert, president at Conversant. If the last month is any indication, the fu
Training flights at Luke Air Force Base were grounded on Friday and were scheduled to resume on Monday. But on Monday they were grounded indefinitely.Thomson Reuters(Reuters) - The stealthy F-35 fighter jets made by Lockheed Martin Corp were grounded
Whether its a big change or a barely recognizable tweak, when a company changes its logo, people are going to notice and odds are, some of those folks are going to hate it. Case in point: Amazon has redesigned its Prime logo ever so slightly, and man
Banks are champing at the bit to get Dodd Frank "reform," when for many, the changes will actually increase their costs.
There's reason to believe the Erie Canal can drive change in its 200th year.Kathryn Krawczyk | Editorial Editor, The Daily OrangeWhen construction on the 363-mile-long Erie Canal began in 1817, it was expected to transform the economy of upstate New
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Central bank holds $4.5 trillion in bonds, which it likely wants to halve, affecting mortgages and other long-term borrowing
With the Cavaliers listed at +9 and +9.5 going into the game, Smith's three pointer with 15 seconds left made a lot of money change pockets.Ezra Shaw/Getty ImagesOn Monday night the Golden State Warriors defeated the Cleveland Cavaliers 129-120 to wi
Sears said Tuesday it's cutting 400 jobs at corporate offices as it works towards a goal of reducing costs by $1.25 billion in fiscal 2017.  The cuts will primarily affect workers at Sears' headquarters in Hoffman Estates,
Toshiba said it would provide a $3.68 billion financial guarantee for the development of two new nuclear reactors in Georgia, as part of a settlement agreement with the owners of the project  announced on Friday.
A chart showing how competitiveness has changed over time.What makes an economy competitive at the global level, and why? Its a question that economists, investors, and politicians have been asking themselves for decades. And to help answer it, the W
The US Census Bureau recently released data on how populations changed between 2015 and 2016 for the country's big cities and towns.America's cities are the beating heart of its economy and culture. The US Census Bureau recently released its annual p
Fed Chair Ben Bernanke was the first to set a formal inflation target in 2012, which he set at 2%.Thomson ReutersThere is a growing sentiment that the Federal Reserve needs to change the principles by which it manages our economy. Federal Reserve off
A former Navy SEAL breaks down some top tips for companies on how to run a successful business.U.S. Navy/Getty Images Leading significant organizational change is hard. Though well-intentioned, that's why over half of major transformation efforts fai
Illinois has more than $14 billion in unpaid bills.In the end, its the children who suffer. Thats the likely result of Illinois latest round of budget troubles, punctuated most recently by twin downgrades from the two major credit rating agencies lat
Before the 1977 Instagram filter existed, vintage vacation photos had a magic all their own.Wikimedia Commons The INSIDER Summary: Some popular US vacation spots have undergone significant changes, like Disney World. Others, like the Grand Canyon, ha
The adventures of former Oracle CEO Larry Ellison are well chronicled. His possessions include everything from luxury mega-yachts to fighter jets to his own Hawaiian island. However, what's even more interesting are the things the Silicon Valley tita
If Verizon can get it right, it could become a "third giant" in the online advertising industry, and for some a welcome competitor to Facebook and Google.REUTERS/Brendan McDermidWhen Verizon Communications acquired AOL for $4.4 billion a big
Jim Chanos, founder of hedge fund Kynikos Associates recently sat down with Bloomberg to share his thoughts on markets.He talks about the macro landscape, how the recent political shift has changed things, and other topics.Chanos is worried about Chi
Director Patty Jenkins says Wonder Woman's big entrance originally confused some people who wondered why she was fighting bullets and not people.Warner Bros. Warning: There are spoilers for "Wonder Woman" ahead. "Wonder Woman" is filled with a lot of