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For some companies, Seattle's new $15 minimum wage law isn't doing enough to help workers.
They now serve little purpose, but submerged dams that stretch across rivers throughout the country are killing swimmers, boaters and others swept into the churning water they create.
Grain futures were higher Wednesday in early trading on the Chicago Board of Trade.
Consumer interest in the organic label continues to grow.
Aaron Hernandez, a former New England Patriots tight end, was found guilty of first-degree murder on Wednesday.
Oil prices gained more ground after the U.S. Energy Information Administration on Wednesday reported a smaller-than-expected climb in weekly crude supplies.
China is the most vulnerable country in terms of the level of debt in its financial sector, said Viral Acharya, an economics professor at New York University, on Wednesday.
A new government audit says misguided policies, unreasonable workloads and poor leadership at the Veterans Affairs Department are to blame for mismanagement of disability and pension claims in Philadelphia.
Former National Football League star Aaron Hernandez murdered an acquaintance in an industrial park near his Massachusetts home, a jury determined on Wednesday, at the end of the first of two murder trials the former player faces this year.
A gauge of confidence among homebuilders rose in April, according to the National Association of Home Builders/Wells Fargo housing-market index released Wednesday.
Better earnings and rising oil prices are pushing U.S. stocks higher in early trading.
U.S. homebuilders are feeling more optimistic about their prospects for a strong spring home-selling season.
Homebuilder sentiment reversed a three-month slide in April and rose to its best monthly showing of 2015, the NAHB said on Wednesday.
Bank of America Corp. said Wednesday that Terry Laughlin, a longtime lieutenant of Chairman and CEO Brian Moynihan, would lead the resubmission of the bank's "stress test" with the Federal Reserve.
Higher oil prices and earnings gains are sending U.S. stock prices higher in early trading.
Fast-food workers rallied on Wednesday for higher pay, using the April 15 tax deadline to publicize their claims that they cannot survive on the hourly wages paid by many U.S. corporations.
U.S. stocks opened higher on Wednesday, boosted by a raft of earnings from companies such as Delta Inc. and Intel Corp.
CSX now says that the railroad won't deliver the double-digit profit growth it promised this year because coal demand remains weak.
Output at U.S. factories rose last month for the first time since November, pushed up by increased auto production.
Industrial production fell a seasonally adjusted 0.6% in March, the Federal Reserve said Wednesday.