U.S. lawmakers raced the clock to avoid a federal government shutdown before a midnight deadline on Friday after a meeting between President Donald Trump and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer failed to produce a deal.
Amazon increases monthly membership fee, leaves annual rate unchanged
Despite a somewhat controversial year for Apple (NASDAQ:AAPL), which faced widespread backlash for the confirmation of a long-time rumor that it intentionally slows down old iPhones, the tech giant nabbed for the 11th year in a row the top spot on Forbes Magazine’s list of 2018’s most admired companies.
A bitterly-divided Congress hurtled toward a government shutdown this weekend in a partisan stare-down over demands by Democrats for a solution on politically fraught legislation to protect about 700,000 younger immigrants from being deported.
The Latest on the budget battle in Congress (all times local): 7:40 a.m.
An Ohio businessman who faces deportation to his native Jordan may be able to stay in the United States about six months while his case is reviewed.
Most department store chains have posted surprisingly strong results for the 2017 holiday season. However, these perennial laggards couldn't capitalize on the uptick in consumer spending.
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The software company took a big tax-related charge during the second quarter, but revenue and adjusted earnings continued to soar.
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The Trump administration's promise to exempt Florida from an offshore drilling plan is not a formal action, an Interior Department official said Friday in a statement that Democrats said contradicted a high-profile announcement by Interior Secretary Ryan Zinke.
Based on the cities that made the cut, and what the company told some of the cities that didn't, the company will likely scrutinize six key criteria when making its final call. It plans to announce its decision later this year.
Los Angeles Times journalists have voted to unionize for the first time in the paper's 136-year history.
Last quarter, Starbucks backed off on its goals for revenue and profit growth. Here's what to expect when it reports its results next week.
Retail trends improved dramatically during the holiday months compared to the rest of 2017, lifting many department stores out of their recent sales funk.
Demand for Switch delivered strong financial performance, and Nintendo may just be getting started.
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The Latest on changes at the Los Angeles Times (all times local): 3:10 p.m. Los Angeles Times Publisher and Chief Executive Ross Levinsohn has been given an unpaid leave of absence amid allegations that he engaged in improper "frat-boy" behavior while working for other companies.
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A group of nuns is asking a federal appeals court to halt a natural gas pipeline project on their rural Pennsylvania property.
It's kind of scary.
___ US oil output is booming and seen outpacing Saudis, Russia PARIS (AP) — A global energy agency says that U.S. oil production is growing quickly and is forecast to top that of heavyweights Saudi Arabia and Russia this year.
New utility-backed legislation in Virginia would mean lower monthly bills in the short term but would still allow electric monopolies to charge rates that currently produce excessive yearly profits of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Here's why Apple's guidance for its second quarter is so important.
Stocks closed higher Friday, driving several of the major indexes to record highs.
The major U.S. stock indexes were mixed in early trading Friday as gains by banks and consumer-focused companies outweighed losses in energy and other sectors.
On a day the major indexes rose, American Express slumped after the company announced earnings and a big tax bill, and Atlassian fell despite reporting a strong quarter.
A Pittsburgh newspaper editorial denouncing efforts to brand President Donald Trump a racist for his vulgar comment about Africa and Haiti is causing a firestorm — even within the publisher's own family.
Nevada's Board of Regents has approved a joint-use agreement that will allow the UNLV football team to use the $1.9 billion stadium planned for the Oakland Raiders when the NFL team moves to Las Vegas in 2020.
Just 20 cities are left standing in the competition for Amazon's second headquarters and the 50,000 jobs it will bring.
Gov. Phil Murphy on Friday ordered an audit of programs that authorize billions of dollars' worth of tax credits to companies.