The president returns to Washington to oversee Sandy operations.
The havoc the storm wreaked is likely to last for days, if not weeks -- and the full economic impact may take much longer to assess.
Given the president's sagging standing in the polls, some experts say it might be good for him to shift gears and deal with the storm.
The Fiscal Times dug through work done at Columbia and Harvard for economic ideas not being discussed by the GOP nominee on the campaign trail.
The social network managed to pull in enough revenue from mobile ads to calm investors.
The problem with Greg Smith's new tell-all book about life within Goldman Sachs lies less in what he says than in what he couldn't or wouldn't reveal.
Surveys contain some wisdom about what will shape the last days of the race -- and potentially decide who occupies the White House.
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