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The governors of New York and New Jersey are asking the federal government to pay for half the cost of a new rail tunnel under the Hudson River.
Scientists at Purdue University say they've found a corn disease not previously found in the U.S. in plant samples from a field in north-central Indiana.
Interior Secretary Sally Jewell says her agency does not have sufficient resources to inspect high-risk oil and gas wells on federal land as a drilling boom continues in Wyoming, Colorado and other states.
A specific group of charter schools must buy back equipment like textbooks and computers from their management company, even though the company used taxpayer dollars to purchase the items originally, the Ohio Supreme Court ruled Tuesday.
UPS said Tuesday it will hire 90,000 to 95,000 employees — about the same as last year — to help handle shipping and deliveries over the holiday season.
Olin Corp. expects to close on its acquisition of Dow Chemical's chlorine operations early next month.
Subway says its co-founder Fred DeLuca died Monday evening after being diagnosed with leukemia two years ago, He was 67.
The Food and Drug Administration is ordering a ban on sales of four cigarette brands from R.J.
The office that protects government whistleblowers says air traffic controllers have exposed a problem that increases the risk of planes colliding or flying dangerous close together.
Given all the scary headlines recounting huge drops in the major U.S. stock indexes it wouldn’t have been surprising if U.S. consumers had grown skittish about spending in August. But that wasn’t the case.
UPS said on Tuesday it plans to hire between 90,000 and 95,000 temporary workers for the upcoming holiday season, about even with the estimate the shipping giant gave a year ago.
General Electric Co. may move up to 500 American jobs overseas because Congress did not renew a government program that allows foreign companies to borrow money to buy U.S. products.
U.S. stocks rose in early trading on Tuesday, led by energy companies as the price of oil turned higher.
U.S. stocks opened slightly higher Tuesday as investors focused on the Federal Reserve's much anticipated two-day policy meeting this week.
Target Corp. has launched a pilot program that will deliver groceries ordered online to the customer's home in two hours or less.
Russian Deputy Prime Minister Olga Golodets has called on state-owned arms producers to introduce an ethics code in order to battle alcohol abuse in the workplace.
Ford and Alcoa are broadening their partnership through the use of a newer form of aluminum that's stronger and more easily shaped into auto body parts for the carmaker's popular F-150 series pick-up trucks.
U.S. manufacturing output contracted more than expected in August, dragged down by a sharp fall in auto production.
Estonia is ready to create a new airline should the European Union rule that the existing national flag carrier illegally received state aid, a decision that would put it out of business.
General Electric Co. said Tuesday it will move about 500 jobs from the U.S. to overseas locations, as the expiration of the U.S. Export Import Bank (Ex-Im) authorization has forced the company to pursue non-U.S.