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  • Occupy Pittsburgh goes quietly as D.C., Oakland resist

     
    Occupy Pittsburgh begins dismantling camp as Monday deadline looms. A judge on Thursday upheld an eviction order by the private owner of Mellon Green, the property occupied....
  • The Valley Line: Gershon feted as Master Chorale season opens

    The little goblins were howling at my house on Sunday. It seemed that there were a record number of trick-or-treaters that were filling up their candy sacks this "All Hallows Eve." Ballerinas, princesses, bumble bees, Draculas, and wolf men came...
  • Central Florida's Top Employers 2011: The Bank of New York Mellon Corp.

    The Bank of New York Mellon Corp. is a worldwide financial services company that provides asset management, wealth management and a variety of other money services to institutional and individual customers. The publicly held company (ticker symbol BK)...
  • Former FBI director to head Penn State child sex abuse investigation

    Former FBI director to head Penn State child sex abuse investigation
    Former FBI director Louis J. Freeh will head an independent investigation of the child sex abuse scandal at Penn State University that will look as far back as 1975 as part of the probe. Freeh, also a former federal judge and prosecutor, was introduced...
  • Euro falls to two-year low against dollar

    Euro falls to two-year low against dollar
    The euro fell to a two-year low against the dollar on Friday, as investors flocked to the security of the greenback following grim economic news this week. The euro was trading at $1.23 against the U.S. dollar on Friday, down 0.9%. It was down 1.2%...
  • Kodak Files for Bankruptcy, Secures $950 Million Lifeline

    Kodak Files for Bankruptcy, Secures $950 Million Lifeline
    NEW YORK -- Eastman Kodak, the once mighty icon of the photography industry, filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection Thursday. Kodak's (EK, Fortune 500) stock plunged 30% in premarket trading. The company said it has obtained $950 million in...
  • Neighborhoods crumble as thousands of homes sit in legal limbo, Sun Sentinel finds

    Neighborhoods crumble as thousands of homes sit in legal limbo, Sun Sentinel finds
    Banks that made reckless home loans have been tiptoeing away from foreclosures in a tactic designed to cut their losses. The result: Orphaned, dilapidated homes dot the landscape from Kendall to Lake Worth. There are no owners willing to claim and care...
  • Is The Market's 519 Point Descent Political?

    Is The Market's 519 Point Descent Political?
    Down 11 out of the last 14 sessions, Wall St. finds itself is again in the midst of a historic beating. "I think this a gyration of the financial markets, but I think the stability of the United State is still the core bedrock of the financial system"...
  • William and Mary receivers feel pressure to produce

    William and Mary receivers feel pressure to produce
    Ryan Moody interned this summer with the Federal Home Loan Bank of New York. The location was better than the job. "I'm not a number-crunching guy," he said. Here are some more numbers William and Mary's most experienced wide receiver does not...
  • Jack Dreyfus dies at 95; 'lion of Wall Street' founded the Dreyfus Fund

    Jack Dreyfus, the pioneering money manager who built one of the largest mutual fund investment firms in the country, died Friday. He was 95. Dreyfus died at New York Presbyterian Weill-Cornell Medical Center, a hospital spokeswoman said. The cause of...
  • Stress Tests Show Biggest Banks Still Need Money

    Stress Tests Show Biggest Banks Still Need Money
    WASHINGTON (AP) - Some of the nation's biggest banks don't have enough money to survive a deep recession. That's what the preliminary findings from the Treasury Department "stress tests" show. The official report will be released Thursday afternoon....
  • What's behind the dollar's decline in value?

    The dollar has lost a big chunk of its global purchasing power since the end of 2001 -- an average of 37%, as measured by one index that tracks the greenback against other major currencies. Gauging the decline is easy; explaining why the buck has slumped...