A group of southern Minnesota banks has sued suing Target Corp., alleging damages from the retailer's data breach late last year.
The state Board of Equalization voted Tuesday to reduce a gasoline tax by 3.5 cents per gallon — but that doesn't mean consumers will see a dip at the pump.
The beloved Philadelphia bakery Tastykake celebrated a century in business on Tuesday by introducing a new product, giving out free treats and serving up — what else? — birthday kake.
Billions of dollars in U.S. taxes are going unpaid because Americans are exploiting Swiss bank accounts, and the U.S. government has failed to aggressively pursue Switzerland's second-largest bank, a Senate investigation has found.
Bank of America is facing new probes into its mortgage practices as well as its foreign exchange business.
Morgan Stanley said it has reached a preliminary agreement with the Securities and Exchange Commission to settle an investigation into the investment bank's subprime mortgage business.
A San Diego family is suing Petco after the death of their 10-year-old son from a bacterial infection they say he contracted from his pet rat.
Attorney General Eric Holder is urging Congress to require businesses to quickly alert consumers and law enforcement agencies in the wake of significant data breaches like the ones at discount retailer Target and at Neiman Marcus.
The stock market ended higher Monday, but a late fade kept it from closing at an all-time high.
The Taste of Home Cooking School is coming April 3 to Capitol Plaza Hotel in Jefferson City. To purchase tickets, call 573-761-0277.
Jefferson City plant implements updated distribution process
Father/son duo and fourth/fifth generation owners, Carl and Jake Vogel, are moving their Coca-Cola business into a new era of distribution.
Becky Fredrickson and Don Walker set up Steppin’ Out Dance Studio at 2304 E. McCarty St., where they hold lessons on Monday and Tuesday evenings.
The Snob Shop Exchange owners, Nikki and Davy Payne, are taking on a second business, opening Fine Mess Boutique at 222 E. High St. in downtown Jefferson City.
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Jefferson City issued 34 building permits in January.
The United Auto Workers' membership and dues are down sharply from just six years ago. In another sign of weakness, the union suffered a stunning defeat this month when it tried to organize a Tennessee factory run by labor-friendly Volkswagen.
Chicago and the Detroit area stand to reap millions of dollars in federal grants and private sector investment as part of White House initiative to boost innovation in manufacturing and create jobs.
WhatsApp is starting to work again after the messaging app that Facebook is buying for $19 billion had some technical trouble.
The Missouri Republican Party has endorsed a ballot measure seeking to create a constitutional right to farm.
Credit Suisse Group AG will pay $196 million to settle charges that it violated federal securities law by providing cross-border financial services for U.S. clients without registering with regulators.
Mexico is on track to become the United States’ No. 1 source of imported cars by the end of next year, overtaking Japan and Canada in a manufacturing boom that’s turning the auto industry into a bigger source of dollars than money sent home by migrants.