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It will take hundreds of millions more dollars to successfully operate a program in South Carolina to convert weapons-grade nuclear material into reactor fuel, while some say an alternative method could do it differently and more cheaply, according to a report commissioned by U.S. Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz.
A wireless Internet provider that federal regulators say blocked consumers' personal Wi-Fi signals at convention centers around the country, including Cincinnati and Columbus, must pay a $750,000 fine as part of a settlement with the government.
Residents in three Ohio counties contend in a lawsuit that Secretary of State Jon Husted violated their rights when he invalidated ballot proposals they offered that would have restricted development projects related to the gas-drilling technique known as fracking.
Gap is keeping its fiscal-year profit forecast unchanged after the retailer confirmed it continued to struggle in the second quarter, with sales rising at its Old Navy stores while business at Gap and Banana Republic stores weakened.
Market Selloff: U.S. equity markets closed deep in negative territory as global economic concerns rattled the Street.
The Chemours Co. is closing its Delaware titanium dioxide production facility, which employs about 200 workers, the former performance chemicals business spun off from the DuPont Co. said Thursday.
Doubts about China have rattled investors' nerves this summer.
Hewlett-Packard reported a fall in revenue for the fourth straight quarter, hurt by weak PC sales and lower demand from corporate customers for its services.
The health insurance company UCare has asked a Minnesota judge to halt the state's upcoming sign-up period for public health insurance programs as the coverage provider fights a decision eliminating it from the menu of options.
Former Wilmington Trust president Robert Harra Jr. was ordered released on bail Thursday after pleading not guilty to fraud and conspiracy charges stemming from an ongoing federal investigation into the collapse of the century-old financial institution.
A historic hotel's rooftop air-conditioning unit is the source of a Legionnaires' disease outbreak that has killed 12 people and sickened more than 100 in the Bronx, city Health Commissioner Mary Bassett said Thursday.
One out of four stocks on the S&P 500 Thursday are firmly in correction territory, or down 20% or more off their 52-week highs.
The tropical storm named Danny has strengthened to become the first hurricane of the 2015 Atlantic season, the National Hurricane Center said Thursday.
Federal and New York regulators have sued two companies that make loans against retirees' pensions, saying they deceived consumers about the high rates of the loans.
Natural gas producers in Kentucky shoulder all the responsibility for paying severance taxes on the fuel and cannot shift some of the tax burden to landowners, the state's Supreme Court said in a divided ruling Thursday.
The big health insurance companies picked to manage Iowa's $4.2 billion Medicaid program have promised to create hundreds of jobs in the state in the coming months, according to bidding documents released Thursday.
U.S. crude prices extended gains and Brent briefly turned higher on Thursday as the first hurricane of the 2015 Atlantic season sparked concern as the front-month September contract approached expiration.
An automotive parts supply company based in India is planning to build a $150 million plant in Tuscaloosa and create 650 jobs, Alabama Gov. Robert Bentley announced Thursday.
Connecticut's unemployment rate has fallen to 5.4 percent, marking its lowest since May 2008.
For the first time, there's evidence a drug reduces risk of complications that are the top killer of diabetes patients: heart attacks, strokes and other cardiovascular damage.