US Industrial Production Rose 0.3% in September

U.S. industrial production rose a solid 0.3 percent in September, but the increase was limited due to the lingering damage from Hurricanes Harvey and...

White House Says Business Tax Cuts Will Give Families $4,000 More Annually

By slashing corporate tax rates, the Trump administration said Monday, the average U.S. household will get an estimated $4,000 more a year. This stunning 5...

The Weinstein Company Is In Talks with Colony Capital, Company of Tom Barrack, One...

Billionaire investor Tom Barrack is circling the ultimate distressed asset in Hollywood: the movie studio co-founded by Harvey Weinstein. Barrack’s private investment firm, Colony Capital, is...

Tesla Fires Hundreds of Workers After Annual Performance Reviews

Tesla Motors fired hundreds of workers after completing its annual performance reviews, even though the electric automaker is trying to ramp up production to...

Unemployment Claims Fall to Lowest Level in 43 Years

The total number of laid-off workers receiving unemployment benefits fell to 1.89 million at the end of September, the Department of Labor reported Thursday,...

US Stocks Mixed as Retailers Fall & Tech Companies Rise

U.S. stocks are little changed Thursday afternoon as retailers and media companies decline but technology and industrial companies rise. Retailers are down after women’s...

Asian Shares Rise After Recent Record Highs on Wall Street

Asian shares advanced Thursday, taking their cue from the latest record highs on Wall Street. Chinese investors are holding back ahead of a key...

Royal Bank of Scotland Replaces Logo on London Office With NatWest Brand

Royal Bank of Scotland has removed its own logo from its flagship London office, replacing it with the more locally focused NatWest brand —...

General Electric Naming Trian Fund Management’s Ed Garden to Board

General Electric is naming Trian’s Ed Garden to its board, potentially signaling a shift toward becoming the leaner, industrial player that the investment fund...

Global Stock Markets Remain Steady

Global stock markets traded in narrow ranges Monday with positive sentiment weighed down by jitters over developments in Spain’s Catalonia region, tensions over North...

Bankrupt German Airline Air Berlin to End Flights This Month

Bankrupt German airline Air Berlin says it’s preparing to end flights at the end of October. The dpa news agency reported Monday that in a...

LISTEN: Consider Deliberate Delay, Part 2 (Get Things Done! #64 with Daniel Whyte III)

https://soundcloud.com/danielwhyteiii/consider-deliberate-delay-part-2-get-things-done-64 The simple purpose of this podcast is to help you get things done every day so that you can accomplish something worthwhile with your...

Amazon is About to Decide if it Will Start Selling Drugs

Amazon is in the final stages of figuring out its strategy to get into the multibillion-dollar prescription drug market. The company will decide before Thanksgiving whether...

Christian Funeral Home Defends Right to Fire Transgender Employee in Appeals Court

A federal appeals court on Wednesday heard an employment discrimination lawsuit filed against a Christian funeral home owner in Michigan after he fired a...

US Stocks Fall, Treasury Yields Rise After Jobs Report

U.S. stocks faded from their record highs on Friday, and the Standard & Poor’s 500 index was on track to snap out of its...

Renault Wants Half of Its Cars to be Electric or Hybrid by 2022

French carmaker Renault said Friday that half of its models will be electric or hybrid by 2022 and it’s investing heavily in “robo-vehicles” with...

Netflix Raising Price of Most Popular US Plan by 10%

Netflix is raising the price for its most popular U.S. video streaming plan by 10 percent— a move aimed at bringing in more money...

Stock Market Stalls; Indexes at Nearly Record Highs

The stock market’s rally shifted into neutral on Wednesday, and U.S. indexes flipped between very slight gains and losses in early trading. If the...

Survey Says US Services Industry Improved at Best Rate in 12 Years

U.S. services companies in September expanded at the strongest rate in dozen years as a measure for new orders climbed sharply. The Institute for Supply...

Shift by PepsiCo to More Healthy Drinks Cuts Sales in 3rd Quarter

A shift by PepsiCo from sodas to more healthy and low-calorie drinks crimped sales in the third quarter, even with strong snack sales pushing...