An Ohio animal rescue is calling for donations to help an ailing 2-year-old dog who was found tied up outdoors in an emaciated state.
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A Pennsylvania nanny took her caregiving one step further when she donated part of her liver to her 16-month-old charge.
For weeks, an Arizona woman heard the cries of a dog near her home, but couldn’t figure out where they were coming from.
Office Depot, No. 2 U.S. office supplies retailer, appointed Lenovo Group senior executive Gerry Smith as its chief executive.
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Freshly installed CEO Borje Ekholm is charting a course into 5G wireless, cloud computing, and the Internet of Things.
A comparison between President Trump's first full week on the job and the agenda of his predecessors underscores just how quickly the new administration has moved.
Acadia is on a roll, but risks remain with the launch of Nuplazid and with clinical studies.
Currency market fluctuations in the third quarter of 2016 had the smallest negative impact on North American companies' financial results since 2014, FIREapps said in a report on Monday.
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By Rod Smyth, RiverFront Investment Group Chief Investment Strategist 2017 presents markets with significant potential policy changes on taxation, regulation, healthcare, infrastructure and trade. After years of gridlock, where the main focus of policy has been on central banks, now the focus is squarely on the new administration and Congress. On balance, we expect global…
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President Trump launched into a fiery Twitter defense of his controversial refugee and immigration restrictions Monday, blaming protesters and Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer’s ‘tears’ for difficulties at U.S. airports, and urging his opponents to “study the world!”
U.S. consumer spending rose solidly in December as households bought motor vehicles and a range of services amid rising wages.