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FACEBOOK-OCULUS/RIFT:Oculus to sell virtual reality headsets for consumers from early 2016
NEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods is planning to open a new chain of stores that courts millennials with lower prices as it faces intensifying competition as a purveyor of organic and natural products.
Controller, Chief Credit Officer helped hide bad loans
MCDONALDS-KALE/:McDonald's Southern California restaurants testing kale
Comcast piled on more good news today - Ultra HDTV is coming soon to subscribers.
The Delaware River Port Authority plans to spend about $13.7 million to rebuild the elevated PATCO tracks in Westmont in a 30-month project slated to start this summer.
The Street: Whether it’s paying for a nutritionist, ordering pre-packaged diet food, or taking expensive supplements, dieters have the tendency to buy without thinking. Yet while the typical “nutritious diet and exercise” method isn’t exactly free either, a hefty budget is not always needed for food shopping.
After seven months of trying, the Philadelphia Parking Authority on Wednesday sold the first three medallions for new wheelchair-accessible cabs, at a much-discounted price of $80,000 each.
LONDON (AP) - A British financial trader accused of helping to set off a "flash crash" on Wall Street in 2010 from his London home claimed Wednesday he was just good at his job as he fights extradition to the U.S.
NEW YORK (AP) - Take a product on a home shopping channel and sell out in a matter of minutes- it's the dream of many entrepreneurs.
WASHINGTON (AP) - Bill Lewis was under more pressure than most new hires when he began a job in information technology last year in Monroe, Connecticut. Jobless for a year, he had eight weeks to persuade his employer to keep him and pay his salary.
DETROIT (AP) - Electric car maker Tesla Motors delivered a quarterly record of 10,045 cars in the first quarter, and its results beat Wall Street's expectations despite investment in new products and factory capacity and the impact of the strong dollar.
U.S. stocks fell across industries on Wednesday as investors worried over stock valuations, economic growth and rising interest rates. Stocks rose at the start of trading, but quickly lost their gains. A comment from Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen suggesting that stocks are generally overvalued added to the selling pressure.
NEW YORK (AP) - The troubled Al Jazeera America network ousted its chief executive on Wednesday following a week of management defections and a lawsuit charging an employee with anti-Semitism.
BALTIMORE (AP) - CVS Health says it will rebuild its store locations that were badly damaged by fire last week during protests in Baltimore.
NEW YORK (AP) - Stocks that moved substantially or traded heavily Wednesday on the New York Stock Exchange and the Nasdaq Stock Market:
NEW YORK (AP) - Whole Foods is planning to open a new chain of stores that courts millennials with lower prices as it faces intensifying competition as a purveyor of organic and natural products.
NEW YORK (AP) - Everyone wants in the Club.
CHICAGO (AP) - The CEO of Cablevision said he wants deals with New York cable operators.
Here's a clever way to secure a parking spot on Philadelphia's congested streets and help save the planet, too.
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