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  • Almost half of Finnish firms see hit from Russia sanctions

    HELSINKI (Reuters) - Almost half of Finland's companies are being hurt by the sanctions the European Union and Russia have imposed on each other over the Ukraine crisis, a survey by the Chamber of Commerce showed on Thursday. Russia is Finland's third-...
  • UPS, Fedex get approval for express services in more Chinese cities

    SHANGHAI (Reuters) - After years of waiting, United Parcel Service Inc (UPS) and FedEx Corp have received licenses in China to extend domestic express package services to Beijing and other cities without needing joint-venture partners. The U.S. companies...
  • Cisco Systems to cut 6,000 jobs

    SAN JOSE, Calif. In what has become almost an annual ritual, computer networking and communications colossus Cisco Systems on Wednesday said it is laying off thousands of employees as it struggles with sluggish sales and a range of fierce competitors....
  • Volunteers clean up Ferguson after protests, looting

    FERGUSON, Mo. On the fourth morning after Michael Brown's death, residents from different parts of the region came together in Ferguson, trying to pick up the pieces. Some were young, some old. The majority arrived as part of the faithful. Others...
  • Elizabeth Stelle: Marcellus Shale tax won't improve schools

    SunnySide Supply, a safety equipment business in Washington County, is growing by leaps and bounds thanks to Marcellus Shale development. Today, SunnySide employs 15 workers — up from five in 2008 — and owner Paul Battista is proud of the...
  • Big firms gird for 6.5% rise in health care costs

    Large employers expect their health care costs to rise moderately next year as they shift a growing share of the burden to workers, according to a new national survey. While big companies estimate that their costs of providing health benefits to...
  • Apple, Google, VCs invest in health technology

    It's no coincidence that archrivals Apple and Google launched competing software initiatives this summer for wearable gadgets that track fitness and health. Health technology is hot in the Bay Area, where some of the biggest tech companies and a swarm of...
  • Newport Coast man may face prison, $120,000 repayment to fraud victims

    A Newport Coast man could face more than a year in prison for selling nonexistent items like Rolex watches online and using the money to fund his lifestyle, according to federal court documents. Prosecutors last week asked a U.S. District Court judge to...
  • Rawlings-Blake vetoes bill aimed at reducing small-business fees

    Rawlings-Blake vetoes bill aimed at reducing small-business fees
    In Baltimore, some business owners say they're constantly nagged by city fees for making improvements to their stores. Add a bike rack outside? There's a fee for that. Put up a security camera? Another fee. Add more lighting? There's a fee for that,...
  • Gov. Candidates Stake Out Positions On Guns, The Economy, Minimum Wage

    Gov. Candidates Stake Out Positions On Guns, The Economy, Minimum Wage
    Barely nine hours after bringing the state's top Democrats to a standing ovation with a fiery critique of Republican rival Tom Foley, Gov. Dannel P. Malloy hit the campaign trail, and his opponent, with full force on Thursday. Introducing himself as...
  • Big companies see modest rise in healthcare costs next year

    Big companies see modest rise in healthcare costs next year
    Large employers expect their healthcare costs to rise moderately next year as they shift a growing share of the burden to workers, according to a new national survey.     While big companies estimate that their costs of providing health benefits to...