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Sports ticket prices out of control?

Author Deirdre Imus, Attorney Arthur Aidala, The New York Post’s Michael Riedel and FBN’s Dagen McDowell sound off on topics that make them most angry.

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  1. Hired!

    Unemployment for our nation's veterans stands at 6.9%, but if you calculate just those who served in the last 12 years, that number jumps to 10%.  We are not doing e...

  2. New York's Real Estate Market Bounces Back Post- Sandy

    Supertstorm Sandy devastated many coastal neighborhoods of New York City last year and left thousands of residents unable to return home for months—or at all. But de...

  3. As Rates Rise, A Tepid View On Utilities ETFs

    Ten-year Treasury yields dropped nearly three percent on Friday, barely enough to put a dent in a 90-day spike of about 40 percent. As has been well-documented, risi...

  4. Utilities ETFs Could be Vulnerable to Dividend Cuts

    It is an easy economic scenario to understand. Utilities, arguably more than any other sector, are adversely affected by rising interest rates. A spike in rates mean...

  5. Sempra, Consolidated Edison Partner in Two Solar Power Plants

    Consolidated Edison Inc. (ED) formed a partnership with Sempra Energy (SRE) that gives the utility company a 50% interest in two Sempra U.S. Gas & Power solar facili...

  6. Five Types of Energy Stocks to Power Returns

    Energy stoc ks may be the right fuel for your portfolio this year.Despite a lackluster showing last year, the sector is undervalued, is paying handsome dividends and...

  7. Consolidated Edison 1st-Quarter Profit Down 31% on Charge

    Consolidated Edison Inc.'s (ED) first-quarter earnings fell 31% as a charge related to a lease-in lease-out transaction weighed on the utility company's bottom-line ...

  8. Firms Look to Cash In on Coming Energy Revolution

    Burgeoning global growth is set to ignite a $37 trillion revolution in the energy market. And while the transformation is going to take decades, firms are already be...

  9. Market Digests Nearly $10 Billion of New Corporate Bonds

    The corporate bond market had its busiest session for new deals in more than a month Monday, as companies finish the earnings season and switch their focus to fundin...

  10. ConEd 4th-Quarter Profit Up 8.9% on Lower Tax Expense, Mark-to-Market Gain

    Consolidated Edison Inc.'s (ED) fourth-quarter earnings rose 8.9% as the utility company recorded a mark-to-market gain from its competitive energy businesses and a ...

  11. Jobless Claims Jump to 439,000

    FBN’s Diane Macedo breaks down the stories moving the markets ahead of the trading day.

  12. Gas Rationing Spreads to NY in Wake of Sandy

    New York City drivers will wake up on Friday to the first widespread gas rationing since the fuel crisis of the 1970s, as the U.S. Northeast struggles to recover fro...

  1. Arthur Aidala on the Eric Garner grand jury decision

    Attorney Arthur Aidala weighs in on the grand jury’s decision in case of Eric Garner’s death.

  2. Are cable companies really getting hurt by ‘cord cutters?’’s Sam Slaughter on how cable companies are able to survive as customers drop cable TV service.

  3. Retail investors still not returning to the markets?

    Mizuho Securities’ Steven Ricchiuto, Needham Growth Fund’s Chris Retzler, Peritus Asset Management’s Ron Heller and’s Mark Sebastian on the outlook for stocks.

  4. Could tougher mortgage requirements hurt the housing market?

    American Bankers Association CEO Frank Keating on the state of the mortgage market.

  5. Con Ed: Report Of Gas Odor Before Harlem Explosion

    Consolidated Edison tweeted from its corporate account that it was responding to a report of a gas odor in the area just before the explosion in Harlem occurred. At ...

  6. Dividend Stocks in Demand

    The major market averages are lower today after a disappointing December jobs report raised concerns that the economic recovery may not be as robust as expected.On t...

  7. Utility Stocks Rally After Dec. Job Gains Miss Views

    All 31 utilities stocks in the S&P 500 are rallied Friday as falling Treasury yields fueled by a very disappointing December jobs report boost the allure of dividend...

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