London open: Stocks waver at the start of trading UK equities began the day ever so slightly in the red as traders reacted coolly to the fresh record close on the S&P 500 overnight, which saw the value of global equities establish their own record, at $66trn, according to Bloomberg data. Weighing on ... 08/26/2014 - 10:12 pm | View Link
Record rise for stocks before employment report "The jobs market, unless it's overly strong or extremely weak probably could be less of an event as opposed to today's ECB meeting." "This was a historic move by a major central bank," Mark Luschini, chief investment strategist at Janney Montgomery Scott ... 06/5/2014 - 3:58 am | View Link
ISM, U.S. jobs data lift Europe stocks “But the key thing is that job growth is still quite weak. Around 200,000 was the run rate before and ... On Thursday, minutes from the Federal Open Market Committee’s meeting in December showed that “several” officials thought the central bank ... 01/4/2013 - 4:02 am | View Link
US stocks waver at the open after weak job numbers NEW YORK (AP) — U.S. stocks nudged up slightly at the opening of trading despite a batch of bad news. The Labor Department reported Thursday that applications for unemployment benefits applications rose 6,000 last week, more than economists had forecast. 06/14/2012 - 10:51 am | View Link
US stocks waver at the open after weak job numbers NEW YORK (AP) -- U.S. stocks nudged up slightly at the opening of trading despite a batch of bad news. The Labor Department reported Thursday that applications for unemployment benefits applications rose 6,000 last week, more than economists had forecast. 06/14/2012 - 7:02 am | View Link
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Education tax credits can help you pay for the costs of higher education. Credits are great because they are dollar for dollar reductions in your taxes due as opposed to deductions which merely reduce your income subject to tax. Additionally, sometimes, as with the American Opportunity Credit, you can actually 
It's been a few years since e-ink Kindles took a big step forward. 2012's Kindle Paperwhite was the last big splash. But now Amazon's got a new, beautiful, premium e-reader for you to read words off of. This is the Kindle Voyage. Read more
Last year, Amazon's Kindle tablets really grew up. They got fantastic and stylish new design, and a software update to back it up . This year, Amazon's trotting out a new 8.9 Kindle Fire HDX with faster guts. You won't find a 7-inch version if that's what you're looking for, but Amazon does have some staggeringly cheap new Kindle Fire HDs to take its place for just $100 a pop.
Amazon’s long-term vision for digital e-readers is paper. Literally, a device that looks, feels and acts like paper, with the exception of it being a screen that can refresh and interact with the reader. Though that dream is years or decades away, the all-new Amazon Kindle Voyage may be the closest thing to it yet.
On Wednesday, the Seattle-based book-selling giant unveiled the ultra-light (6.3 ounces, an ounce lighter than the Kindle Paperwhite), pleasingly thin (7.6 mm) and ultra-bright and sharp Kindle Voyage E Ink-based e-reader, along with a slew of other tablet upgrades and innovation
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Jonathan Dwyer, second-string running back for the Arizona Cardinals, is the latest NFL player to be deactivated by his team after reports Wednesday that he was arrested for domestic violence. The arrest stemmed from a pair of July incidents that involved his wife and toddler and allegedly included causing a fracture.
Dywer was arrested Wednesday after speaking with police, according to CBS.