RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Business

A collection of news and information related to Business published by this site and its partners.

Top Business Articles

Displaying items 23-33
  • U.S. moves to curb tax bill reducing inversions

     U.S. moves to curb tax bill reducing inversions
    With Congress unable to agree on legislation to stem a surge of offshore corporate moves, the Obama administration took executive action Monday to discourage companies from shifting their headquarters abroad to reduce their U.S. tax bills. The steps...
  • Cisco sets $1 billion investment for global cloud computing network

    Cisco sets $1 billion investment for global cloud computing network
    Cisco Systems will invest $1 billion over two years to expand its cloud offerings, the company said on Monday, linking hundreds of data centers and cloud providers around the world in a network with more than 30 partners. The network, called Intercloud,...
  • Old-fashioned barber shop opens in Poquoson

    Old-fashioned barber shop opens in Poquoson
    A new barber shop moved to Poquoson this month and brings with it old traditions such as neck shaves and ear shaves with straight razors. Hair salons don't use straight razors and hardly any barber shops use them anymore, said owner Barbara Dinsmore....
  • Store features new women's clothing line

    Store features new women's clothing line
    Wear in Good Health, which opened in Highland Park in March, is a new luxury apparel brand. It is also the name of the store owned by Grace Steer, 45, of Glenview. "The line embodies true luxury, comfort and style for every woman from size extra small...
  • Rennie: CT Innovations Has Run Out of Money

    Rennie: CT Innovations Has Run Out of Money
    The Hartford Courant's Kevin Rennie is reporting that a state agency that helps businesses has run out of money for new applicants. In his "Daily Ructions'' blog, Rennie, a lawyer and a former Republican state senator and representative, reported...
  • ID theft cases soar

    ID theft cases soar
    Hundreds of dollars to an online gaming company. A $4 fast food tab. A few pennies here or there for who knows what. Kathryn Broderick, 28, of Lincoln Park, doesn’t have weird spending habits, but the thieves that have gained access to her...
  • Holz: Lack of dialogue on key issues

    Andy Holz, one of the three candidates running for Coral Springs City Commission Seat 5, believes there isn't much of a dialogue happening among city officials on key issues. "From what I have seen, the votes are either 5-0 or 4-1," said Holz, who is a...
  • San Diego plans to open $3-million public market at Liberty Station

    San Diego plans to open $3-million public market at Liberty Station
    San Diego is out to create a $3-million destination food hall -- like San Francisco's Ferry Building or Napa's Oxbow Public Market -- at Liberty Station in the city's Point Loma neighborhood. Travelers and locals will be able to sample artisanal...
  • Vassar Street traffic signal -- too slow? Should it go?

    Vassar Street traffic signal -- too slow? Should it go?
    What is it about that traffic signal at Vassar Street? Anyone who has driven to the intersection of Smith Street and Edgewater Drive, stopped at the signal there, and then turned right onto Edgewater .... is likely to have immediately hit a backup of...
  • Painting the Town Purple on Park Avenue -- for a good cause

    Painting the Town Purple on Park Avenue -- for a good cause
    The old phrase is that anyone who wants to have a great night on the town can “paint the town red.” Carol Wick, though, has a different color - and general concept - in mind. What she's hoping is that she can convince the entire community,...
  • City looks into preserving historic signs

    City looks into preserving historic signs
    When Umami Burger moved into the building on the corner of Riverside Drive and Rose Street in Burbank, it kept a few traces of Papoo's Hot Dog Show, a restaurant that had been there for 62 years before closing in 2011. The most obvious trace is the...