Business Latest: It's all about jobs in the midterm elections

Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter, left, shakes hands with Herb Williams while greeting patrons at Vintage Barbershop in Atlanta, Ga. on Nov. 3, 2014.
Georgia Democratic gubernatorial candidate Jason Carter, left, shakes hands with Herb Williams while greeting patrons at Vintage Barbershop in Atlanta, Ga. on Nov. 3, 2014.

IT’S ALL ABOUT JOBS IN MIDTERM ELECTIONS: Which party is best for business—and for job creation? Groups on both sides have unleashed a deluge of campaign funds to settle the question, in this most expensive midterm election in U.S. history. Read more

OBAMACARE ENROLLMENT:  A new survey finds that 51 percent of people who used the government-run Obamacare health insurance exchanges in the past year say they will not to do so again when open enrollment resumes Nov. 15. Read more

8 THINGS YOU SHOULD KNOW ABOUT THE MIDTERMS: While the public has largely ignored the midterm elections, which take place Tuesday, here are some reasons why they should care. One big thing: Historically speaking, the market performs best with a Democrat president and a unified Republican Congress. Read more

STOCKS MIXED; ENERGY SECTOR SMACKED BY OIL'S DROP: Read more