Among dozens of money managers, economists, bankers, traders and former government officials, few view such an event as anything but a financial apocalypse.
Sen. Ted Cruz kept on talking, but the symbolic speech won't stop a key vote on a spending bill to avert a government shutdown.
Joy Covey, who helped take the retailer public, was 50.
The iPhone 5C will be available in five colors. CEO Tim Cook calls it 'more fun and colorful' than any other iPhone.
The market quickly loses early gains after Putin says Russia will continue arms sales to Syria even if the US strikes.
A gain of 169,000 workers last month follows a revised 104,000 rise in July that was smaller than initially estimated, Labor Department figures show.
The House speaker says he would support the president's call for military action and urges his colleagues in Congress to do the same.
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