Toys R Us Inc. said Thursday it plans to again hire thousands of part-time workers nationwide for the holiday shopping season despite the toy chain's bankruptcy filing this week.
The company did not specify the number of ...Read more
PITTSBURGH -- In an announcement destined to produce a collective swoon among shareholders, Pittsburgh-based Calgon Carbon said Thursday it agreed to be acquired by a much larger Japanese company for about $1.1 billion in ...Read more
Since it began airing in 2010, "The Walking Dead" has resurrected far more than just the dearly departed.
With its through-the-roof ratings, the series breathed new life into the zombie genre, resuscitated the career of ...Read more
Getting the Cadillac of SUVs for an epic camping trip with seven other families over Labor Day weekend promised certain safeguards: We could help bring stuff other families couldn't fit; we could sleep in it should ...Read more
MILWAUKEE -- Kohl's Corp. is continuing its partnership with e-retailer Amazon by offering to process returns on Amazon products starting in October, Kohl's announced Tuesday.
More than 80 stores in Chicago and Los ...Read more
After Hurricane Irma's devastating 72-hour pass through northern Cuba, the Cuban government took a novel approach to storm relief: It posted a Cuban bank account number on social media where donations can be sent.
Even ...Read more
WASHINGTON ––The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission says its database of company filings has significantly increased corporate transparency. But a hack that led to the theft of market-moving secrets is the latest ...Read more
KANSAS CITY, Mo. -- Sprint and T-Mobile are again reportedly close to agreeing to tentative terms for a merger.
Reuters, citing unnamed sources, reported Friday that SoftBank Group Corp, which controls Sprint, would own ...Read more
The Shekhinah is ComingValjean Tchakirides
The Shekhinah is Coming: Secrets of the Divine presents a circular study of what Tchakirides calls "the divine plan that ends where it begins - 'in LIGHT'". This work bridges the gap between religion and science, offering explanations of recent NASA discoveries and suggesting what they might ...
Hewlett Packard Enterprise Co. is planning to lay off at least 5,000 employees, or about 10 percent of its workforce, according to a business media report.
Bloomberg reported Thursday that the job cuts, which will occur ...Read more
If the Equifax security breach didn't get investors' attention -- and it should have -- the hack of Edgar will.
Edgar stands for Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval system. It is the Securities and Exchange ...Read more
General Motors is feeding its golden goose.
The automaker, which once behaved as if "brand strategy" were another term for wringing every penny from its brands today with little thought of the future, is investing in new ...Read more
SEATTLE -- It's not a second headquarters, but Amazon.com says it will add about 2,000 employees in New York City during the next three years, more than doubling an outpost focused on the online retailer's advertising ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Facebook said Thursday that it would turn over to Congress copies of more than 3,000 ads linked to a shadowy Russian company, for House and Senate committees' investigations of Kremlin interference in the ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The nation's top financial markets regulator has revealed that its computer system was hacked last year and that private information might have been used to make "illicit gains" through stock trades.
Jay ...Read more
Who is your boss' BFF? If it's you, congratulations. You will be the first to be promoted and the last to be fired. If it's not, you could be the last to be promoted and the first to be fired.
Fortunately, with a little ...Read more
Q: Only two of us remained employed after five others in our department were laid off. The company experienced a loss of business within the last six months, so when we didn't have orders to fill, we were asked to do other...Read more
LONDON -- Iraq's Kurdish provinces plan to vote in a referendum on independence on Sept. 25, a poll that regional and Western powers, not to mention the central government in Baghdad, have decried as a catalyst for greater...Read more
Q: We were in the middle of buying our new home when Hurricane Irma arrived. We still want to buy the home. What happens now? -- Joan
A: When a hurricane is approaching, it becomes impossible to get homeowner's insurance,...Read more
ATLANTA -- It's too early to know if Equifax's massive data breach will have a significant impact on the U.S. economy, but it's not too soon to worry, economists say.
The Atlanta-based company recently acknowledged that ...Read more
Q: My desktop PC has started turning itself off less than five minutes after I turn it on. But when I restart the PC, it stays on with no problem. I run anti-malware software daily. What's wrong?
-- Maggie Freese, ...Read more
- Trump positioned to slap potentially crushing tariffs on solar industry
- Sprint, T-Mobile closing in on merger deal, reports say
- SEC hack threatens a bedrock of US capitalism: transparency
- Hewlett Packard Enterprise to cut 5,000 jobs, 10 percent of its workforce, report says
- Toys R Us plans to hire thousands of seasonal workers despite bankruptcy