Mattel, long king of the toy aisle, has dethroned its CEO just a few months after it was reported that the maker of Barbie and Hot Wheels cars is no longer the world's leading toy maker.
Announcing widespread cancellations and a waiver of change fees, U.S. airlines hunkered down Monday for a round of lost revenues as the season's worst winter storm bore down on the Northeast.
WASHINGTON�A stronger economy and government spending restraints will narrow the U.S. budget deficit this year and next to its lowest level since 2007.
In another blow to Russia's economy, Standard & Poor's downgraded the country's credit rating to junk status. The rating cut will make it harder and more expensive for Russia to borrow money.
Connecticut added 4,800 jobs in December, but the Norwich-New London area saw none of those gains. Statistics released today by the state Department of Labor were an exclamation point added to a flurry of positive employment numbers toward the end of ...