2012 YEAR IN REVIEW
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- Nasdaq stocks posting largest percentage decreases
A look at the 10 biggest percentage decliners on Nasdaq at the close of trading: Aldeyra Therapeut fell 23.2 percent to $7.50. Broadwind Energy Inc. fell 18.3 percent to $6.50. Parexel International Corp. ...
- Midday Glance: Railroad companies
Shares of some top railroad companies are mixed at 1 p.m.: CSX rose $.04 or .1 percent, to $35.44. Canadian National Railway Co. rose $.53 or .8 percent, to $69.91. Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd. rose $.72 ...
- 'Dinner Lab' Competition Gives Aspiring Chefs a Chance of a Lifetime
New Orleans-based Dinner Lab is a members-only, pop-up restaurant where diners not only get to eat food prepared by some of the best chefs in the country but also give critical feedback to a chef who is front and center in the dining room. Brian Bordainick told Yahoo News and Finance Anchor, Bianna Golodryga that he started Dinner Lab shortly after he moved to New Orleans, hoping to change the way Americans view fine dining. Members pay an annual fee of $100 for a spot on Dinner Lab's guest list. One hundred and twenty members sign up, and a chef starts preparing the meal of his or her life.
- Wolf-like animal seen roaming in northern Arizona
- Inmate freed in landmark Illinois case
- U.S. consumer spending falters; wage gains highest since 2008
By Lucia Mutikani WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. consumer spending fell for the first time in eight months in September, but a rise in consumer sentiment to more than a seven-year high this month indicated economic growth would remain on solid ground. The economic picture also received a boost from other data on Friday showing factory activity in the Midwest accelerated sharply in October, while wages in the third quarter recorded their largest increase in more than six years. Strong wage growth has been the missing piece of the recovery puzzle. ...
- Iran foils sabotage attempt on heavy water tanks
- Image of Asia: Watching the iPhone line in Seoul
In this photo by Ahn Young-joon, a phone store worker dressed as Santa Claus keeps customers in line as they wait to buy Apple's iPhone 6, in Seoul, South Korea. The device went on sale Friday in South Korea, one of the world's most wired societies, with 85 percent of its 50 million people online and 40 million smartphones. South Korea is also home to the world's top-selling smartphone maker Samsung, which is seeing more competition by cheaper local brands in China and India and by Apple in developed nations.