- U.S. wages and benefits grew in the spring at the slowest pace in 27 years, stark evidence that stronger hiring hasn't boosted pay. The slowdown also reflects a sharp drop-off in bonus and incentive pay.
- The Better Business Bureau of Northern Nevada has received several complaints about a locksmith company that quotes low but charges high. There are several things you can do to avoid paying more than you expected to.
- Operators of a coal-fired power plant outside Las Vegas are agreeing to pay $4.3 million to settle a lawsuit and clean up contamination that neighboring Native Americans blame for health problems and water pollution.
Shire Offers to Buy Baxalta for $30 Billion Shire PLC said Tuesday that it has offered to acquire Baxalta Inc. in a stock-deal valued at roughly $30.6 billion, in a combination what would create a leader in treatments for rare diseases.
Toyota Posts Record Profit Toyota Motor posted a record quarterly net profit, as Japan’s biggest auto maker continued to bank on a weaker yen.
Auto Makers Post Strong U.S. Sales Car makers are facing a conundrum, as buyers are rushing to buy bigger vehicles even as car companies face steeper U.S. requirements for increasing fuel economy.
Apple, Google Aim to Predict What You Want Apple and Google are developing technology for smartphones that will study users’ activities and deliver information before they ask for it. The companies hope new features will keep users loyal.
Puerto Rico Defaults on Most of Debt Payment Puerto Rico missed most of a $58 million bond payment Monday, the first default by the U.S. commonwealth in what may become one of the largest restructurings in the history of the $3.7 trillion market for debt sold by U.S. state and local governments.
Aid's Role in Rising Tuition Gains Credence More economists believe the federal government’s loose standards for student loans are fueling a vicious cycle of higher college tuition prices, similar to what some say happened with the housing bubble.
Eurozone Survey Shows Collapse in Greek Output Uncertainty over the country’s future relationship with the eurozone sent Greek manufacturing into a tailspin in July, but that had little impact on other parts of the currency area’s economy, as Italian factories had their best month in more than four years.
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