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A developer is calling on legislators to revisit the state’s gaming law in order to build a $300 million facility in the southeastern Massachusetts town.
The United States Steel Corp. has announced temporary layoffs of more than 100 workers at its facility in Michigan.
The federal government says it has settled its civil case against Carlos Rafael, the former owner of one of the largest commercial fishing operations in the U.S.
Low paid service jobs that often cater to higher-income customers are on the rise, everything from manicurists to Uber drivers.
The Commerce Department blacklisted Huawei earlier this year because of national security concerns.
We review the week's big stories.
The Cessna carrying Dale Earnhardt Jr. was powered by two Pratt & Whitney engines. The company is owned by United Technologies, which with Raytheon in June announced a "merger of...
Financial analyst Harry Markopolos says General Electric is hiding major losses from investors.
The three casinos in Massachusetts cumulatively generated $81.4 million in revenue last month from hundreds of millions in wagers.
Ken Montgomery will oversee the creation of FedNow, a system that could make paychecks and money transfers available more quickly to individuals and businesses.
It's a good time for back-to-school shopping or to buy that new TV before the start of football season. There are some limits on the savings, however.
Whistle-blower Harry Markopolos says the findings are "bigger than Enron."
Because the pot industry has lived in the shadows for so long, the patent race may not be a clear or fair one.
Asian and European markets delivered a mixed performance on Thursday after the Dow plunged on Wednesday.
The U.K. is now banning ads it considers sexist.
Harry Markopolos and a group of forensic accountants allege GE is hiding financial trouble at its long-term care insurance operation and in its stake in Baker Hughes, an oil and...
Jay-Z and his entertainment company Roc Nation partnered with the NFL to bolster its live music entertainment and further its social justice efforts.
More and more economic indicators are pointing in the wrong direction and fears are growing that we are heading into a global recession.
The state's second- and third-largest health insurance companies plan to merge.
MSNBC anchor and economics correspondent Ali Velshi talks about why Trump is postponing some tariffs.