The Dow fell 112.61 points today.
The Dow plunges as investors worry about the PIIGS, Korea, and everything else.
"You would never go to the grocery store and pay a higher price because someone else did, but that's what happens in stocks."
"A lot of people make fun of these milestones, but I think that it has an effect on psychology," says an analyst.
Like most world leaders, Barack Obama is a man-child.
Even accounting for the worst possible scenarios, most of the nineteen financial institutions analyzed by the government seem to be capitalized well enough to survive.
The bad news and the good news about today's market slide.
The highs and lows of today's market, as told through the posts on a Manhattan parenting message board.
The Dow experienced a big bump just before four o'clock — but that doesn't necessarily mean it was a good day.
And normally we like that! What's up today in the economy …
Asian markets fell in massive selloffs, followed by European markets. And guess who's next?
The Dow lost 200 points in the last hour of trading alone today. But not everybody has been having a bad couple of weeks! Somebody got a MANICURE.
A lot of big news at the banks today — but there's also crazy stuff going down with Jeff Zucker, Dan Rather, Brooke Astor (from beyond!), and Barack Obama, in our daily industry roundup.
But they did better than analysts predicted. That, plus the latest on Hamptons real-estate prices, Condé Nast's upper echelons, and the "You go girl!" spinner, in our daily industry roundup.