Kathryn Elizabeth Tuggle Archive
Published May 06, 2011
After a tough year post-oil spill, the Gulf Coast wants everyone to know they're open for business this summer.
Published May 05, 2011
The new Commercial Mobile Alert System will send text messages to the public before disasters like tornadoes and hurricanes strike.
Published April 12, 2011
If you’re looking to celebrate with the happy couple while still having enough money left over for bus fare home, experts say it’s OK to say 'I do' to a bargain.
Published April 11, 2011
Internet content delivery company Level 3 plans to buy rival Global Crossing, as it looks to wrestle market share from Akamai.
Published April 08, 2011
The president's health-care reform requires some restaurants to post calorie counts for items. But, as with any rule, there are exemptions and food providers are finding them.
Published April 07, 2011
The FDA has approved XNPT’s drug Horizant for treatment of restless leg syndrome.
Published April 06, 2011
Dish Network confirmed it was the winning bidder in the bankruptcy court auction for Blockbuster, saying its bid was valued at about $320 million.
Published March 31, 2011
If you're heading on a trip for business or pleasure, it may be a good idea to invest in trip insurance. We've got all the specifics on what type of coverage is right for your time away.
Published March 25, 2011
Two weeks ago Rebecca Black was your typical tween, now, thanks to her music video becoming an online sensation she's making an estimated $30,000. So how did she do it?
Published March 02, 2011
We all want to be supportive when friends or family members lose their jobs, but how do you know where to begin the conversation? We checked in with experts to find the top five things better left unsaid when speaking with the recently unemployed.