Wall Street rode another wave of selling Monday that sent U.S. stocks sharply lower, before a late-afternoon pullback stemmed some of the losses.
Things looked so clear back in mid-December. The Federal Reserve raised its benchmark interest rate from record lows, and it signaled the likelihood of four more hikes in 2016.
If you’re looking to arrive in style, ValetLuxe is on its way — already here, actually.
Mitch Wideman is putting his 15 years of experience in roofing to use in his own Mid-Missouri business.
Jamey’s Club, at 900 W. McCarty St. in Jefferson City, is under new ownership as of Dec. 1, 2015.
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Jefferson City issued 37 building permits during January 2016, as follows.
Jefferson City store also opens Quick Care clinic
Hy-Vee Inc. announced in a recent news release that 100 percent of its fresh and private label frozen seafood now comes from responsible sources.
By now, many high school seniors have finished their college applications and are waiting for results. It’s time to start thinking about how a family or individual is going to pay for it.
Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey said Saturday the social media website's stream of tweets will stay live and in real time, disputing a media report that a change was in the works.
Bridgestone-Firestone North America is recalling more than 36,000 heavy truck tires in the U.S. and Canada because the tread can separate from the body and cause the tires to fail.
Twitter is now using spam-fighting technology to seek out accounts that might be promoting terrorist activity and is examining other accounts related to those flagged for possible removal, the company announced Friday.
Talking animals, celebrity cameos and crowd-pleasing rock songs: This year’s Super Bowl advertisers are sticking to the classics in their efforts to win over Big Game viewers on Sunday.
Apple for the first time is accepting banged up iPhones as a trade-in from those wanting to upgrade.
The IRS says it has resolved a computer system outage and is again accepting electronically filed tax returns.
Another problem has developed with automotive air bags, and this one will bring recalls of up to 5 million vehicles worldwide.
A Midwest environmental group is questioning the ability of the country's largest coal producer to guarantee it has enough money for future cleanup of its Illinois mines, and it's threatening to sue the state if regulators don't change their approach.
A private survey says U.S. services companies grew in January at the slowest rate in nearly two years, as global economic challenges are showing some signs of spreading to consumers.
Stocks staged a rapid comeback in late-afternoon trading to close solidly higher Wednesday, helped by a surge in the price of oil and a decline in the U.S. dollar.
Toyota is recalling about 320,000 trucks and SUVs because the roof-mounted air bags can inflate without a crash.
A St. Louis business is suing to halt the city's payroll tax paid by employers, arguing that it's unconstitutional.