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A $4 billion public-private partnership to upgrade NYC's LaGuardia Airport is a potential model for other states and cities to get around Washington's "learned helplessness."
There's no football team and no Spring Break but Claims University has a year-round student body of 7500...and they do have drones.
Steve DiFillippo, founder of Davio's Northern Italian Steakhouse, says he has no ambitions for an IPO, even saying he will "never" do it out of fear of losing control of his business.
"China's entrepreneurs will be the ones driving the nation forward in the coming decades," says Edward Tse, founder and CEO of Gao Feng Advisory Group and author of China's Disruptors.
The contagion of China's market rout may be technically limited...but it brings up the broader risk about the market's natural forces and policymakers' inability to direct markets to do exactly what they want," says Schwab's chief investment strategist.
The "aha moment": Deloitte's second-quarter 'CFO Signals' survey shows expectations for earnings and revenue at the lowest level in the 5-year history of the report.
The NYSE attributes Wednesday's shut down to problems related to 'a software release' but questions linger about what exactly happened amid renewed concerns about market integrity.
Fed officials keep talking about raising rates but the Greek debt drama is another mitigating factor likely to delay any move, possibly into 2016.
David Kotok, chief investment officer at Cumberland Advisors, expects the market to be "rocky" and volatile in the face of these cross-Atlantic debt concerns but remains overall bullish on stocks.
Coming to America: Technology that's shown to reduce fraud by as much as 70%. So why has chip-card technology, long the standard in Europe, taken so long to gain traction here?
Former first-round pick Adonal Foyle offers financial advice for pro basketball's next set of millionaires that actually applies to the rest of us too.
"The other side of that story is that 86% [of employees] turned down a lot of money to stay and be part of a major change in the corporate structure," says HolacracyOne co-founder Brian Robertson.
Following a successful 'shop-in-shop' effort at a Nordstrom's in the same location, Blue Nile is opening its first standalone physical location at Roosevelt Field Mall on Long Island.
"At the beginning of this year there was a hope and expectation things would pick up," recalls Kevin Logan, chief U.S. economist at HSBC, who notes the big 'windfall' from falling gas prices largely occurred at the end of 2014.
80% of dads say they would like steaks for Father's Day and 57% of them will be grilling on that day. And yet, only 9% are likely to receive the gift of red meat, according to Todd Simon, senior vice president of Omaha Steaks.
"Because digital is growing, because the video game business is cyclical, we're finding ways to diversify our business overall," CFO Rob Lloyd tells Yahoo Finance.
Avian flu has forced American farmers to kill 40 million birds so far, pushing up wholesale prices for eggs sold in both grocery stores and to food manufacturers. The outbreak has been contained to just birds so far...but there's still a public health risk, even if it doesn't spread to humans.
China's stock market has been on a tremendous winning streak, leading to concerns about a bubble getting ready to burst. But the Shanghai Composite isn't wildly expensive, at not least by historical standards or compared to the S&P 500.