Not everyone might think they need a specialist to move their painting. It's a piece of canvas in a frame resting on a hook, and you probably hung it on the wall yourself. Paying someone hundreds of dollars to take it down and shuttle it around seems potentially, you know, precious.
Should Luke Steyn defy the odds to win Zimbabwe’s first Winter Olympics medal, the Alpine skier says that the landlocked African nation should leapfrog Norway and the U.S. to lead the medals table at the Sochi Games.
Jacksonville, Florida, with the third most underfunded pensions of the largest U.S. cities, is considering an unprecedented solution that may preserve its credit rating at the expense of its utility’s.
The largest holders of Puerto Rico bonds are betting that a planned debt sale by the commonwealth will fuel a rally in its securities by alleviating doubts the U.S. territory can raise funds in the capital markets.
Governor Chris Christie, who says rising pension and debt payments threaten to crowd out spending on services such as public safety, risks a ratings cut as New Jersey debates how to tackle unfunded retirement liabilities.
A painting of the New York Stock Exchange in its heyday, depicting men buzzing around trading posts, hangs in the Jersey City office of William O’Brien. An inheritance from his father, it represents a way of life the Direct Edge Holdings LLC chief executive officer has spent a career helping to dismantle.