Apple made a strong case for how you can use its upcoming Apple Watch, and the device stacks up well against the competition.
Target Corp. said Tuesday that it is laying off 1,700 workers and eliminating another 1,400 unfilled positions as part of a restructuring aimed at saving $2 billion over the next two years.
The seventh year of the U.S. bull market is off to a rocky start.
An online company is losing Montel Williams as its celebrity pitchman in New York while agreeing to stop generating leads in the state for payday loans with interest rates sometimes topping 1,000 percent, regulators said Tuesday.
The stock market’s bull run turned six on Monday. The anniversary was marked with modest gains.
Targeting stagnant wages in an otherwise improving economy, President Barack Obama on Monday called on employers, educational institutions and local governments to develop a home grown high technology workforce that could help drive up higher-income employment.
A handful of farmers have found creative ways to defraud federal farm programs in recent years.
A longtime Jefferson City pet supply staple, CJ’s Pet Corral, has reopened with limited retail hours after a year in the kennel.
Marsha Nichols and fellow dog groomer Amber DeWitt are available to serve clients at Crago Veterinary Clinic, 2402 E. McCarty St., joining the clinic’s other groomer.
Wendy Gladbach is saying yes to a lot of dresses — enough to fill her new bridal shop, Ana Marie’s Bridal, set to open in Jefferson City on May 1.
Missouri Furniture is expanding its bedding business by opening three America’s Mattress stores in Central Missouri.
During the month of February, 33 business licenses were issued in Jefferson City.
Grantham University and William Woods University signed their first articulation agreement on Feb. 13, 2007. Eight years later, they renewed this partnership to continue offering equivalent course-to-course transfers.
Tours at the old Missouri State Penitentiary (MSP) are continuing to grow and, despite a shortened season and fewer tour offerings, 2014 turned out to have the highest attendance yet.
Computer hackers stole a whopping 1 billion email addresses from U.S. marketing companies in what federal authorities Friday described as a massive spam scheme.
Consumers increased their borrowing in January at the slowest pace in more than a year with borrowing on credit cards actually declining for the second time in the last three months.
The rail cars that split open and burst into flames during a western Illinois oil train derailment this week had been retrofitted with protective shields to meet a higher safety standard than federal law requires, according to railroad officials.
In another milestone for the popular and profitable iPhone giant, Apple will replace AT&T in the venerable Dow Jones industrial average on March 19, the manager of the index announced Friday.
Chrysler is recalling nearly 703,000 minivans and SUVs to replace faulty ignition switches that can cause the vehicles to stall unexpectedly.
U.S. employers added 295,000 jobs last month, the government said. That was more than economists were expecting and, combined with a drop in the unemployment rate, raised the likelihood of the Federal Reserve raising interest rates sooner than had previously been expected.