Mali’s capital prepares for Hollande visit. Julie Noce reports.
NASA remembers the crew of the Columbia Space Shuttle on the 10th anniversary of the accident. Julie Noce reports.
The US Congress confirms Senator John Kerry as the new US Secretary of State. Rough Cut (no reporter narration).
THX gets you ready for the Super Bowl. Facebook responds to Vine with more video. GrubTonight makes it so you’ll never need to eat alone. Epic Citadel stretches the limits of iPhone graphics. And Quento takes you back to math class.
Equities were strong today, crossing Dow 14,000 for the first time in several years. Investors deriving optimism from an upward revision in November payroll payroll jobs.
This fifth trading week of 2013 comes to a close with investors sending stocks to highs not seen since before the Great Recession. Hi.
The Labor Department announced that American employers added 157,000 jobs in January, and the unemployment rate increased slightly to 7.9 percent. The report was in line with analyst expectations.
Zoetis, formerly the animal health business unit of Pfizer (PFE), today announced the pricing of its IPO of 86,100,000 shares of its Class A common stock at $26 per share. The shares are expected to begin trading tomorrow, Feb.
Buffalo Wild Wings (AJG) was upgraded by Keybanc (KEY) to buy from hold as the firm believes that the stock is worth $85, while it currently trades at around $76. Shares are higher by about 3.4 percent.
Police have arrested four naked people protesting San Francisco’s nudity ban on the steps of City Hall. The arrests on Friday came as the city’s prohibition on going out in the buff took effect.