Jobs' Comeback Wasn't Unique

As the world recalls the death of Steve Jobs, his career of triumphs and setbacks has parallels with two living legends: Lee Iacocca and Sanford Weill.

Live Stream of Bernanke Press Conference: Where to Watch

Here are two places to get a live stream of the news conference that Ben Bernanke, the chairman of the Federal Reserve, will hold today following the conclusion of a two-day meeting by the central bank's rate-setting committee.

Fed Meeting Preview: QE3 Has Arrived

Markets have been talking about QE3 for two years. Now, after a sovereign credit downgrade, the near collapse of the European financial system, and facing an anemic recovery that has only marginally helped heal the carnage in the labor and housing markets, the vast majority of financial pundits believe QE3 this week is "pretty much a given."

US Will Cut Its AIG Stake To 23% From 53%, By One Estimate

Because of the U.S. Treasury Department's announcement Sunday that it has launched an offering of $18 billion worth of its American International Group Inc. (NYSE: AIG) common stock, the government will soon go from being the company's majority shareholder to being one of its minority shareholders.


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Kodak May Call Off Patent Auction After Missing Deadline

Bankrupt imaging giant Eastman Kodak Co. (Pink: EKDKQ) said it may call off its auction of 1,100 patents that was scheduled to conclude Monday. In a statement late Thursday, Kodak said it “has not reached a determination or agreement to sell the digital imaging portfolio.”
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Cisco Surges On Earnings, Outlook for Internet Growth

Shares of Cisco Systems Inc. (Nasdaq: CSCO), the No. 1 provider of Internet gear, soared more than 8 percent Thursday after reporting fourth-quarter net income that beat analyst estimates by a penny and as boosting its dividend 75 percent to 14 cents a share.