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US stock market ends lower as Greek bailout talks stall

Concerns over Greece’s latest effort to avoid a default weighed on U.S. financial markets Monday.

Honda scrubs natural gas, hybrid Civics

Slow sales and falling gasoline prices have prompted Honda to stop selling gas-electric hybrid and natural gas-powered versions of its Civic compact car.

Target selling pharmacy, clinic businesses to CVS Health

Target will sell its pharmacy and clinic businesses to CVS Health in the latest twist behind a push from big retailers to become all things to all customers.

Jefferson City business licenses issued in May 2015

Jefferson City issued 34 business licenses during May 2015.

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BizBeat: JC Mattress Factory spruces up showroom

Furniture Showrooms by JC Mattress Factory, on Horner Road in Jefferson City, is freshening up its main showroom with new paint and carpet, as well as updating bathrooms.

BizBeat: Rue21 en route to Capital Mall

A new clothing store, rue21, is making its way to Jefferson City's Capital Mall, with an opening set for this fall.

BizBeat: Supplement Superstores to fill Missouri Boulevard storefront

Wholesale dietary supplement retailer Supplement Superstores plans to open a Jefferson City location next month.

What to get dad for Father’s Day

Tips from Better Business Bureau

If you are one of the 70 million-plus fathers in the United States — or you have a father to shop for — you’re probably already aware Father’s Day is coming up on June 21.

A look at the Murdoch boys' club: Who's in and out

Sibling rivalries. A quest for power. An affair. A scandal. The turbulent lives of 84-year-old billionaire Rupert Murdoch and his heirs returned to the spotlight this week as the aging magnate took steps to hand over control of the media empire he built nearly from scratch.

Safety regulators link Takata air bags to another death

U.S. regulators have confirmed that an air bag made by Takata Corp. was involved in the April death of a woman in Louisiana, connecting the defective air bags to a seventh fatality.

Jeni’s halts production after listeria again found in plant

Jeni’s Splendid Ice Creams has found listeria in its plant again and has halted production and closed retail shops for the second time since April, the company said Friday.

US stocks end lower after setback in Greek debt talks

U.S. stocks are closing lower after a setback in talks between Greece and its creditors renewed fears the country could default on its debts.

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Taco Bell execs bone up on youth lingo

'Throwing shade'

Taco Bell executives are studying a strange new vocabulary emerging on this side of the border — the lingo of its young customers.

Federal regulators go after crowdfunding scam

Federal regulators are going after people who raise money online through crowdfunding sites like Kickstarter and GoFundMe but don’t follow through on their promises.

US household wealth reaches new high of nearly $85 trillion

A rising stock market and climbing home prices boosted Americans’ net worth to a new high in the first three months of the year.

Union-backed Dems make final push to kill Obama’s trade bill

Union-backed Democrats launched a last-ditch effort Thursday to scuttle President Barack Obama’s trade agenda by sacrificing a favored program of their own that retrains workers displaced by international trade.

US stocks end higher, building on gains of a day earlier

Stocks rose for a second day after an encouraging report on retail sales suggested that Americans are finally feeling confident enough to spend more.

US stocks break weeklong losing streak

Signs of progress in negotiations over Greece’s debts helped launch a stock market rally Wednesday, snapping a weeklong slump.

EPA intends to regulation emissions by US airliners

The Obama administration proposed Wednesday to regulate aircraft emissions in much the same way as power plants, saying they are a threat to human health because they contain pollutants that help cause global warming.

1st Midwest farm hit by bird flu restarts

Three months after a devastating form of bird flu made its first appearance in the Midwest, the first poultry farm in the region to be affected is growing turkeys again — even though the virus is still lurking in Minnesota and beyond.