CHICAGO -- The traffic death toll in Chicago is growing, and the national count remains at historic highs, despite new car safety technology.
That means it's past time to slow down, stay sober and stop trying to multitask...Read more
A little over a year into the Trump administration, the U.S. airline industry has mixed feelings about the businessman-turned-president.
Three of the country's biggest airlines -- United, Delta and American -- and their ...Read more
SAN DIEGO -- A company that advises shareholders has recommended that Qualcomm investors support some but not all of Broadcom's board of director nominees as a catalyst for a negotiated deal between the two semiconductor ...Read more
Stocks go up and down. They boom, then bust, then boom.
But what if they didn't? What if the market, instead of an up-and-down slog, was a steady, ever-upward saunter? For more than a year, that's how it looked.
From ...Read more
Ms. Lank: We need advice about fixing up the house for sale without spending much money. We are limited. What really matters? -- A.
Answer: Some brokers feel the condition of a house can make a difference of as much as 10...Read more
LOS ANGELES--When Robert Enger took his Toyota Prius into a dealership for a safety recall, he didn't expect that his fuel economy would drop.
Just six months after buying the new 2013 Prius, Enger learned that the ...Read more
Weinstein Co.'s president and chief operating officer, David Glasser, has been fired "for cause," the New York entertainment company's board of directors said.
Glasser came under fire this week after the New York state ...Read more
When the price of bitcoin and other digital currencies shot up late last year, insurance agent Ryan James wanted in on the action. He hit a trifecta.
Unfortunately for James, the trifecta was in three get-rich-quick ...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 ...
Businesses must play a more strategic and integral role in efforts to solve the most pressing problems of our local, national and global communities. So believes Larry Fink, chairman and CEO of international asset ...Read more
Most Americans are starting to see one of the early benefits of the new tax law: a bump in take-home pay.
Paychecks are increasing for about 90 percent of Americans due to the tax overhaul, according to the U.S. Treasury,...Read more
Some retirees are grumbling that young families are getting a better deal under tax reform. But seniors could be overlooking some good news for deductions for medical expenses.
At one point, the heated debate on tax ...Read more
This spring, for the first time in about 60 years, Wisconsin farmers will be planting hemp -- a close and sometimes maligned cousin to marijuana.
The number of acres will probably be minuscule compared with corn and ...Read more
A two-man entrepreneurial team who attended an elite college together where they founded a startup they sold to Google for a reported $81 million have just sold a second company they founded together for nearly $2 billion....Read more
WASHINGTON -- When the price of bitcoin and other digital currencies shot up late last year, insurance agent Ryan James wanted in on the action. He hit a trifecta.
Unfortunately for James, the trifecta was in three get-...Read more
WASHINGTON -- Google's firing of an engineer over his controversial memo criticizing its diversity policies and "politically correct monoculture" didn't violate U.S. labor law, a federal agency lawyer concluded.
MIAMI -- J.M. Smucker is "withdrawing" all lots of certain Gravy Train, Kibbles 'N Bits, Skippy and Ol' Roy canned dog food products manufactured since 2016 because they might contain pentobarbital, a sedative used in pet ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- The world's biggest technology providers saw an opening and a threat late last summer as the White House prepared a report that could influence billions of dollars in government spending on computing ...Read more
WASHINGTON -- U.S. Bancorp has agreed to pay the federal government $613 million to settle criminal charges that it did not guard against money laundering in its business.
The U.S. Justice Department said Minneapolis-...Read more
North Dakota's oil production fell by 1 percent in December, though the outlook continues to be relatively optimistic.
The nation's second-largest oil-producing state, North Dakota pumped 1.18 million barrels per day in ...Read more
This month the financial website 24/7 Wall St. published its list of America's 20 Most Hated Companies, based on consumer surveys and other metrics.
The list bears watching. It provides a rogues' gallery of how companies ...Read more
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- Ford replaces ousted president of North America operations