NYSE Suspends Trading, Delists American Apparel StockA day after filing for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection, Los Angeles-based American Apparel announced Tuesday that the New York Stock Exchange is suspending trading in the company’s stock immediately and beginning the process of delisting its common stock.
KNX Spotlight: How Lo-Tech Is Our Hi-Tech?Some say it was a cyber-attack that knocked out the New York Stock Exchange, United Airlines and the Wall Street Journal earlier this week, while others say it was merely coincidence.
Clayton Kershaw Visits NYSE Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw is in New York this week to receive his Cy Young award, presented by the New York Baseball Writers Association of America.
Stocks Rally As Job Growth Surprises Wall StreetThe biggest corporate hiring spree in five years is reversing a weeklong slide in the stock market.
Bank Of America, Google Earnings Pull Futures DownStocks are poised to open lower after two bellwether companies missed Wall Street earnings estimates.
Dow Average Nears 12K For First Time Since June 2008The Dow Jones industrial average neared 12,000 for the first time since June 2008 Monday as technology and materials companies led broad gains in the stock market.