Investors were looking for any reason to look past the cold weather that has hampered the U.S. economy in the last few weeks, and they found it.
Staples has become the second major chain to announce the mass closing of stores this week, providing the latest evidence of how the retail landscape is being remade by shifts in American shopping habits.
A Federal Reserve survey shows severe weather held back economic growth in much of the nation from January through early February.
A ceasefire to a costly war has been asked for, not in Syria or in Ukraine, but in an economic war between Kansas and Missouri.
Missouri payrolls grew in January while the state’s unemployment remained unchanged at 6 percent.
With a string of recent deals, cable and satellite providers are beginning to acknowledge a brutal truth that companies like Hulu and Netflix have known all along: Many TV viewers, especially young ones, want shows and movies on their own terms — wherever, whenever and on whatever devices they choose.
There will soon be about 1,100 fewer places to buy batteries.
United Airlines is getting tough on passengers with oversized carry-on bags, even sending some of them back to the ticket counter to check their luggage for a fee.
President Barack Obama’s $3.9 trillion budget proposal for next year suggests the U.S. economic recovery that began in 2009 will continue to gain momentum over the next few years but that the unemployment rate won’t fall to pre-recession levels of below 6 percent until 2017.
Stocks are surging after Russia pulled its troops back from the border of Ukraine.
Roku is getting into an Internet video-streaming stick fight with Google's Chromecast.
Russia’s military advance into Ukraine rattled global markets Monday.
Apple is accelerating the race to make smartphone applications easier and safer to use in cars.
After two months of trading, the stock market is back where it started.
Wellness center for sale
When Gloria Baker opened Therapeutic Touch Wellness Center in 2007, she set out to make a few things happen.
A longtime vacant building on High Street has a new owner. The 118 E. High Street building, previously owned by Central Bank, is now the property of Farmer Holding Company.
Precision Machine Inc. has been working out of a temporary location at 2713 W. Main St., while a new shop was being constructed in place of the old building that burned in August 2012.
Forbes magazine has again recognized Central Bancompany as one of America’s Best Banks in its annual review of the nation’s 100 largest financial institutions. Central ranked 18th on Forbes’ 2014 survey.
Local ice cream truck prompts BOA to reevaluate
Debate over a controversial ordinance concerning mobile vendors in the City of Eldon resurfaced at the Board of Aldermen’s Feb. 25 meeting after the board voted not to change it last October.
Saturday’s final round ends two-month long competition, benefits Tri-County YMCA
Ruthie D’s Restaurant claimed the champion trophy and $1,000 prize at the Fifth Annual Silver Cup Chef Challenge Final on Saturday at Linn Creek, Mo.