Financial

(Undated) -- The nation's economic growth is slowing but still solid. This morning's third quarter GDP figures show a gain of three-point-five percent over the second quarter's surge of four-point-six percent. Economists had forecast a three-percent increase.
(Undated) -- Time Warner Cable is losing profits and subscribers. The nation's second-largest cable TV operator saw its third quarter profit fall about seven-percent from last year, to 499-million dollars. Time Warner Cable also lost 184-thousand residential video customers...
(Undated) -- First-time claims for unemployment benefits are up for the second week in a row. This morning's numbers from the Labor Department show 287-thousand Americans filed claims for jobless benefits last week. That's up three-thousand from the week before. The four-week...
(Fairfield, NJ) -- Triple A says gas prices are at their lowest in almost four years. Scott Pringle has more from New Jersey. Play Clip
(Undated) -- Apple CEO Tim Cook is coming out as gay. In an essay for today's edition of "Businessweek," Cook writes he's proud to be gay and considers being gay among the greatest gifts God has given him. He explains being gay has given him a window into the challenges people...
(Undated) -- Economists see continuing growth for the nation's economy. A survey of financial experts reveals a prediction of three-percent growth in the nation's GDP for the third quarter. Housing, trade, and consumer spending are forecast to fuel growth. Third quarter GDP...
(Undated) -- Former Bank of America chairman Chad Holliday is set to become the first American chairman of oil giant Shell. The multinational Royal Dutch Shell announced Holliday's appointment this morning. When he moves into the chairman's office next year, Holliday will...
(Undated) -- The makers of Lysol disinfectant seem to be washing their hands of a Google search ad for "Ebola." Earlier this week, Lysol bought up the top Google ad spot for searches for the word Ebola. That was before company officials got worried that consumers might think...
(Undated) -- There are now overweight crash test dummies to reflect the fact more than a third of Americans are now obese. Humanetics' CEO explains obese people are much more likely to die in a crash. He says people who are fat around their midsection tend to be improperly...