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The nation's aviation-security chief said Tuesday that he still intends to let passengers carry small knives on commercial flights and that the controversial rule could be implemented soon.
Poptent, the video-production outfit with a major office in Conshohocken that uses crowdsourcing to produce content, has named a new CEO.
Peco's popular Smart A/C Saver program, which pays customers to let the utility cycle their air-conditioners on and off during the hottest summer days, has been relaunched for another year, although in a slightly less ambitious form.
PARIS - The man charged with reviving France's shrinking economy and attracting businesses to invest is gaining a reputation for doing the opposite.
"We pay all ... we owe - every single dollar," he told senators questioning overseas shelters.
WASHINGTON - Apple Inc. chief executive Tim Cook strongly defended the company's tax practices Tuesday at a Senate hearing highlighting the technology giant's use of Irish subsidiaries to shelter billions of dollars in income from U.S. taxes.
In the Region Revel formally out of bankruptcy Atlantic City's $2.4 billion Revel casino formally completed its financial restructuring and emerged...
NEW YORK - Reassuring comments from a Federal Reserve official and better earnings from two big retailers helped push the stock market higher Tuesday.
Imagine Sean Payton holding up a Surface tablet instead of a cardboard playsheet on the sideline. Envision Peyton Manning sitting on the bench and dissecting the last series from a variety of camera angles on his handheld device instead of looking at still photos. Or sitting at home and pulling up real-time highlights on a Sunday afternoon.
Jamie Dimon, the CEO and chairman of JPMorgan Chase, easily survived a vote Tuesday that would have called on him to give up his role as chairman of the nation's largest bank. But shareholders sent a message that the bank needs better oversight by giving only narrow approval to three of the bank's board members.
Reassuring comments from a Federal Reserve official and better earnings from two big retailers helped push the stock market higher Tuesday.
Detroit auto factories are forgoing their traditional two-week summer break and speeding up production to meet buyers' growing demand for new cars and trucks.
When Ben Bernanke testifies about the U.S. economy Wednesday, the Federal Reserve chairman's words will be examined for any clues that the Fed might soon taper _ or increase _ its support for the economy.
Japan's trade deficit widened to a larger-than-expected 879.9 billion yen ($8.6 billion) in April as its weakening currency accentuated surging import costs.
Japan reports its trade deficit widened to a larger-than-expected 879.9 billion yen ($8.6 billion) in April as its weakening currency accentuated surging import costs.
FED WATCH: Stock indexes wobbled in early trading Tuesday, then turned higher just before noon. That's when news crossed that James Bullard, a Federal Reserve official, told an audience that the Fed should stick with its bond-buying effort to bolster the economy.
Stocks indexes hit new highs on Wall Street as investors bank on continued support from the Federal Reserve.
Corn is falling after U.S. farmers planted record amounts of corn last week, easing concern that earlier delays to planting would harm this year's crop.
Commerce Bank founder Vernon Hill 2d's golden parachute deflated Tuesday when a federal jury in Camden determined that it was "legally impossible" for the bank to pay him the $17.2 million he is owed on his employment contract.
Diane Mastrull: Kip Anthony was a farm boy from the Midwest who went on to become a mechanical engineer at big companies doing big things. Then the small-business bug bit.