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Should You Check In to Hilton's IPO?

Hilton Worldwide Holdings brought the familiar brand back to the stock market with an IPO Wednesday. Should you book a stock purchase, or have reservations?

Stocks Tumble as Fiscal Cliff Deadline Nears

Stocks fell for a fifth day on concern that Washington lawmakers will fail to reach a budget deal before a self-imposed year-end deadline. The five-day losing streak for the Dow Jones industrial average was the longest since July.

The NYSE Goes on ICE: Stock Exchange in Acquisition Deal

IntercontinentalExchange announced this morning that it has reached a definitive agreement to acquire NYSE Euronext Inc. in a stock and cash transaction valued at $33.12 per NYSE Euronext share, a premium of nearly 38% to last night's closing price. The total value of the deal is $8.2 billion.

New Tax Credit Exchange Sheds Light in a Dark Economic Corner

Many state and local governments offer businesses tax credits to give them an incentive to create jobs. A good deal -- unless your company's tax bill is already too low for tax credits to help. Enter, the new Online Incentives Exchange -- a place where companies can turn those credits into cash.

Wall Street Back in Business After Hurricane Sandy Shutdown

The New York Stock Exchange opened on Wednesday -- because it had to open. In a bit of welcome news for fund managers, investors and even the economy, the company that operates the iconic exchange at 11 Wall Street announced it would not extend its trading shutdown to a third day.