Wind Turbine Maker Vestas To Cut 1,400 More Workers

Vestas Wind Systems A/S, the western Denmark-based energy company and the world's largest maker of wind turbines, announced Wednesday that it is letting go of 1,400 workers - a 7 percent cut of its entire workforce.

Portrayals Of Wall Street As Greedy, Selfish And Rotten - 100 Years Ago (Photos)

It may be surprising to many who believe that Wall Street and global finance are inherently malevolent that a century ago, the public had a very similar perception of financial services, a notion that was channeled by editorial cartoonists in hard-hitting illustrations in magazines like Puck and newspapers like the New York Herald. These cartoons would be as fitting today as they were in 1912.

Limbaugh Boycott Draws Blood: Cumulus Media Cites ‘Drag’ in 2Q Revenue

Liberal groups that have been boycotting radio broadcaster Rush Limbaugh for months have apparently drawn blood: aside from winning withdrawals of more than 100 advertisers, second-quarter revenue from 10 stations owned by Cumulus Media (Nasdaq: CMLS) declined due to the boycott, CEO Jim Dickey said.

Rob Zerban: Is He Obama's Key To Defeating Paul Ryan and Mitt Romney In November?

The "announcement" of Paul Ryan as Mitt Romney's official running mate in the 2012 presidential elections has officially shaken up race leading up to November. Suddenly, the conversation has shifted from tax returns and jobs to healthcare and the future of Medicaid. There is one man that could provide some perspective on Ryan, his proposals, and his history, and that man happens to be Ryan's congressional opponent in Wisconsin, democrat Rob Zerban.

Undocumented Immigrants In US Eagerly Await Reprieve

U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services will begin accepting applications Wednesday for a new Obama administration initiative, first announced in June, that allows many undocumented immigrants who came to the United States as children to temporarily avoid deportation and obtain legal work permits.