Li wins battle of French champs in China; Errani withdraws
will meet Romania's Simona Halep. Second-round play will also commence with fourth-seeded Petra Kvitova facing Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro. All of the world's top-10 players are on hand in Beijing, with the exception of 2004 champ Serena Williams
Mexican Stocks Rise After U.S. Manufacturing Data
Mexican stocks rose and Brazilian stocks aimed for their first win in five sessions Monday following unexpectedly upbeat manufacturing data from the United States, an important export market for the Latin American region.
MARKET SNAPSHOT: Jobs In Focus As Stocks Enter 2012's Final Quarter
The U.S. equity market next week will start the final quarter of 2012 with a heavy schedule of reports highlighting conditions in the U.S. economy, with all leading up to figures that will show if there's been any improvement in the shaky labor market.
Kvitova cruises in China opener
retired in the second set. The Slovakian was trailing 6-4, 4-1 when she called it quits. Additional wins came for Spaniard Carla Suarez Navarro, Swiss Romina Oprandi, American Varvara Lepchenko, Chinese Taipei's Su-Wei Hsieh, China's Shuai Zhang
Ten Facts You Don't Know About My Finances: Gail Simmons
interesting people (like Al Roker , former First Lady of the State of New York Silda Spitzer and our own extraordinary reader Carla ) to reveal their funny, head-scratching and refreshing approaches to finance. For this edition, Gail Simmons, star of
Dean Foods Exploring Morningstar Sale, Shares Rise
Shares of Dean Foods Co. climbed Wednesday afternoon following a trading halt as the company said it's exploring the sale of its Morningstar business.
New York woman sues man she tracked down through Google
together information from Google to learn about a man she says was fixating on her online has sued him in a New York court. Carla Franklin filed the lawsuit Tuesday in state Supreme Court in Manhattan. The former model and actress wants unspecified damages
Brazilian Bank, Steel Stocks Struggle With Losses
Brazilian stocks dropped Tuesday, with banking issues hit as a government push for lower credit-card rates may result in lower profit and revenue for the finance sector.
Back injury knocks Kirilenko out of Korea Open
advanced to a second-round match with Tamira Paszek after the Austrian posted a 7-6 (10-8), 6-3 win over Spain's Carla Suarez Navarro. Fourth-seeded Nadia Petrova earned a 6-2, 6-4 victory over Spain's Lourdes Dominguez Lino and will