NEW YORK — While the battle of whether stocks would finish the quarter up or down wasn’t settled till the final moments Tuesday, one statistic was clear all day: the Standard & Poor’s 500 index was destined for its worst first half to a year since 2010.
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NEW YORK — The Standard & Poor’s 500 index retreated the most since April 2014, wiping out a gain for the year, as global equities sold off on Monday amid concern over fallout from the Greek financial crisis.
DALLAS — Barbara Macari’s husband, Frank, always handled the investments in the family. Then one day, Frank, a real estate broker, gave his wife the shock of her life.
June 28—The race to attract quality educators is intensifying once again as more North Texas school districts are offering $50,000 for a starting teacher salary.
With the continued goal of bringing quality doctors and practitioners to Texoma, officials with Texoma Medical Center launched the hospital’s new family practice residency program on Monday. The new program will bring four recent osteopathic medical school graduates to receive hands on learn experience alongside TMC staff and doctors over the course of three years.
Oklahoma City-based Foundation HealthCare Inc. has sold its 20 percent stake in a Sherman surgical hospital for $9.3 million.
WASHINGTON — A decision on AT&T’s merger with DirecTV is expected any day, and suddenly federal officials are being swarmed with visits and calls by the companies, which are arguing over details of the conditions attached to any approval.
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks fell, with the Standard & Poor’s 500 Index below its average price for the past 50 days, as a drop in energy shares overshadowed a rally in health-care while investors watched for a breakthrough in Greek debt talks.
Apple may have taken the first step to phasing out the iPod.