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  • Nevada Governor signs $1.3 billion tax break package for electric car maker Tesla

    Nevada Governor signs $1.3 billion tax break package for electric car maker Tesla
    CARSON CITY Nevada (Reuters) - Nevada Governor Brian Sandoval signed a package of bills on Thursday to provide $1.3 billion in tax breaks and other incentives for Tesla Motors, putting a bow on the deal for the electric car company to build a massive...
  • Virgin Money appoints Moreno chairman in runup to possible flotation

    LONDON (Reuters) - Virgin Money, the British challenger bank partly owned by entrepreneur Richard Branson, named experienced industry figure Glen Moreno as chairman as it reported strong profit growth, putting it in good shape for an impending stock...
  • Discover says it's in talks to join Apple Pay

     Discover says it's in talks to join Apple Pay
    Conspicuously absent Tuesday from a list of companies participating in Apple Pay was Riverwoods-based Discover Financial Services. That day, smartphone-maker Apple rolled out a new version of the iPhone as well as a new payment service called Apple Pay....
  • Warrant: Grandson accused of murder had cash woes

    Warrant: Grandson accused of murder had cash woes
    The former Illinoisan accused of murdering his grandmother was extradited from Texas this week, and newly released court documents say he and the elderly woman had argued after he used a credit card she had given him to take out a large cash advance....
  • New chip credit cards confuse travelers even more

    Editor's note: Data breaches at retail stores such as Target and, more recently, Home Depot could be avoided with the adoption of credit cards secured by microchip technology. Some credit card companies are using a transitional system known as "chip and...
  • Apple eschews wallet with mobile payments service

    CUPERTINO, Calif. The mobile payments business is a treacherous space. But Apple might be able to succeed where some of Silicon Valley's most prominent companies have struggled. With its Apple Pay service, the company has some tremendous advantages,...
  • Wind power opponents seek repeal of tax credit

    FOREST, Wis. When wind-power developers prospected the rolling hills around this small dairy town, they found plenty of gusty sites for turbines. In 2011, they proposed a $250 million project with up to 44 turbines that could produce enough energy to...
  • Studios Need to Alter Their Mind-Set to Keep Productions in California

    On a trip to Vancouver a few years ago, one TV producer surveyed the myriad projects being shot there and labeled the town Hollywood Sleep-Away Camp. Those visitors were drawn less by British Columbia's natural beauty than by the siren song of its tax...
  • Callers altering their IDs isn't illegal, but doing it to scam is

    WICHITA, Kan. The call was coming from inside the house sort of. When Karl Peterjohn's land line rang at his home Thursday morning, he got quite a surprise when he saw who was calling. His own name and phone number came up on his phone's caller ID, a...
  • Lower debt is good politics and policy

    There is nothing progressive about red ink. This year, progressives will run on strengthening the economic recovery, reducing inequality, improving college affordability, promoting broad-based wage growth and making sure the most vulnerable among us...
  • How Apple's New Products Matter to Hollywood

    Apple unveiled the worst kept secrets in the technology industry -- larger iPhones and a smartwatch -- Tuesday with much fanfare. But once the buzz of the launches die down, how the products will impact businesses and consumers' lives could start to...