U.S. homebuilders’ confidence in the market for new homes is back up to levels not seen since the height of the housing boom a decade ago.
Amazon says its “Prime Day” sale led to a sales surge and “hundreds of thousands” of new signups for its $99 annual Prime loyalty program. The company said it plans to make the sale an annual event.
Calling the Internet a 21st century necessity, President Barack Obama on Wednesday unveiled a program to bring faster Internet connections to more low-income households, particularly to help students living in public and assisted housing stay ahead in school.
Netflix, a vocal opponent of Comcast's failed bid for Time Warner Cable, supports Charter's quest to do the same in a deal that would create another cable giant.
Heavy crude oil will be banned from a pipeline that runs under a scenic waterway where Lakes Huron and Michigan meet, officials said Tuesday, adding they’ll also require independent analyses of future alternatives to the pipelines and worst-case consequences of a spill.
The U.S. stock market edged lower Wednesday, ending a four-day rally, as a drop in energy shares and jitters over Greece outweighed encouraging earnings reports from banks.
The U.S. economy was expanding in all regions of the country in the late spring, aided by strong sales of autos and other consumer goods.
The problem of exploding air bags could be widening beyond Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.
Stocks climbed broadly on Tuesday as investors who had been fretting over the Greek debt crisis and plunging Chinese stocks turned their attention back to the U.S. economy and corporate earnings reports.
Oil prices that slumped steeply earlier this year may take another hit once a historic deal between the West and Iran allows that country to start pouring more crude into a market already brimming with supply.
Twitter's stock briefly spiked on Tuesday after a fake story said the short messaging service received a $31 billion buyout offer.
Greece's left-wing government launched a frantic 24-hour effort late Tuesday to push more austerity measures through parliament and meet demands from European creditors as it faced down mounting anger at home.
tocks climbed broadly on Tuesday as investors who had been fretting over the Greek debt crisis and plunging Chinese stocks turned their attention back to the U.S. economy and corporate earnings reports.
A company known for its “As Seen on TV” products including the Pocket Hose has reached a settlement with state officials who said it used high-pressure sales tactics and made it difficult for customers to get refunds.
The online price fight as well as the bickering is heating up between Wal-Mart and Amazon.com, and it’s not even the holiday shopping season.
A new agreement between Greece and its lenders helped lift the stock market on Monday, extending the market’s winning streak to a third day. The deal for a new loan package is aimed at keeping the country in the euro, but many hurdles remain.
The Jefferson City Area Chamber of Commerce is accepting nominations for the 2015 Small Business of the Year and Exceptional Employee awards.
If you’re wondering how the ongoing financial crisis in Greece might affect your personal investments an ocean away, local financial advisors’ advice is simple: don’t panic.
Jefferson City’s soon-to-open Sam’s Club began doing business at its gas station last Tuesday.
Colton’s Steak House on Missouri Boulevard will close for roughly two weeks beginning Monday to make way for a major renovation to the building.