NEW YORK (Reuters) - With the U.S. Federal Reserve finally announcing it will start tapering its stimulus, removing a big uncertainty in the market, can Wall Street expect a stronger finish to the year?
InterActiveCorp said Saturday that it has "parted ways" with PR director Justine Sacco, a day after a racist tweet from her account went viral.
The bitter BART contract saga - a nearly yearlong struggle between the transit district and its unions that disrupted commutes and infuriated riders - may finally have come to an end Saturday as both sides agreed to settle their last remaining dispute.
Emmalynn Stanford, 4 of Lakewood, does a little window shopping Saturday as she's pushed through the crowded aisles of the Tacoma Mall by her mom, Karissa.
The U.S. economy grew at its fastest pace in two years, as a recovery that has otherwise chugged along in fits and starts builds up a head of steam going into the new year.