Bloomberg's Mia Saini speaks with Susan Li about the destruction, markets, and rebuild effort in New York following Sandy.
Bloomberg's Angie Lau reports on the rebuild efforts in the aftermath of Sandy.
Marouane Chamakh netted twice for Arsenal in a simply amazing game of football last night.
Barclays said third-quarter pretax profit rose 29% as revenue from the fixed-income arm of its securities unit increased, mirroring gains at the British bank’s U.S. competitors.
Global investment banks such as Barclays and Deutsche Bank will probably increase their market share after UBS decided to scale back its investment bank in the face of higher capital requirements.
New York underwater is a favorite image of disaster-movie makers.
U.S. equity markets will reopen Wednesday after the longest weather-related shutdown in more than a century, resuming after the New York Stock Exchange was spared by Hurricane Sandy as it swept through New York Monday.
Remember the iPod mini? When Apple launched that in January 2004, at a time when a huge swathe of the fast-growing digital music player market was still up for grabs, people thought Apple was crazy.
The full scale of the devastation caused by the "once in a lifetime" storm that smashed into the United States eastern seaboard began to emerge on Tuesday, after its hurricane-force winds and devastating floods left 8.2 million people without power, claimed at least 48 lives and left New York at a standstill.