Twitter's stock jumped nearly 30 percent in after-hours trading on Tuesday following the release of its quarterly earnings, as a solid growth in active users soothed concerns about the future of the microblogging site, but some analysts remain skeptical.
Photo. Graffiti in Buenos Aires says, �No to the payment of the debt.� Hedge funds have won court victories demanding full payment on the bonds.
With the Federal Reserve all but certain to continue winding down its economic stimulus this week, analysts will be scouring its statement for changes that could shed light on when it will begin raising interest rates.
The first thing to remember before you watch this video is the two women on the tracks are alive and well. A little traumatized and a lot in trouble with the law, but alive and well.
The economy had a much better second quarter than most experts thought, and July hiring wasn't bad either--at least in most sectors.