Rays down M's in 14 innings
Ben Zobrist knocked in the game-winning run with an RBI double in the bottom of the 14th inning to lift the Rays to a 4-3 victory over the Mariners in the opener of a three-game set Friday at Tropicana Field.Carlos Pena ripped a one-out single to right off Tom Wilhelmsen (3-2) in the 14th and
Hundreds gather at vigils for shooting victims
Hundreds of mourners are gathering at vigils for the victims of the shootings at a suburban Denver theater showing the latest Batman movie.
Credit Card Interest Rates Remain Unchanged
Interest rates on new credit card offers stayed put for the second straight week.
AT&T Reaches Agreements 'In Concept' in Wireline Contract Talks
AT&T Inc. (T) said it has reached agreements "in concept" with the Communications Workers of America in wireline contract negotiations for about 18,700 employees.
Esso to Face Criminal Charges for 2008 Death of Ship Worker -Reuters
Esso Petroleum and a contractor firm will face criminal charges in Britain related to the 2008 death of a maintenance worker on a fuel tanker, Reuters reported Friday citing state prosecutors.
U.S. Labor Department Looking Into a J.P. Morgan Stable Value Fund -Reuters
The U.S. Department of Labor is looking into the possibility that J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) acted against the interests of retirement plan participants that invested in one of its stable value funds, Reuters reported Friday, citing two people with direct knowledge of the situation. The Labor
Ingersoll Studying Peltz's Ideas; Plans More Stock Buybacks
Ingersoll-Rand PLC (IR) continues to evaluate activist investor Nelson Peltz's ideas for reorganizing the company's business portfolio, but the company intends to buy up to $400 million worth of its stock by the end of the year.
Nasdaq to Boost Payback in Facebook Case to $62 Million Cash -Source
Nasdaq OMX Group Inc. (NDAQ) plans to boost its planned payback package for brokers that lost money trading shares of Facebook Inc. (FB) to $62 million, according to a person familiar with the plan.
J.P. Morgan Chase CEO Dimon Buys $17.1 Million of Stock
J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) Chief Executive James Dimon picked up 500,000 shares on Thursday and Friday, as he tries to convince investors and employees that the worst of a trading crisis is in the past. The shares--purchased for himself, his wife and a limited liability corporation--cost $17.1