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(Undated) -- Apple CEO Tim Cook is speaking out against Indiana's new law that allows businesses to turn away gay customers. Cook tweeted that Apple is "deeply disappointed" in the state's new "religious freedom" law signed Thursday by Governor Mike Pence. The Apple CEO also...
(Undated) -- The nation's economy is staying level. The Commerce Department reported Friday that fourth quarter GDP growth of two-point-two percent matched the third quarter of 2014. For the year, GDP expanded two-point-four percent over 2013. The Gross Domestic Product measures...
(Undated) -- The fourth-quarter was surprisingly profitable for BlackBerry. The profit came about even as the embattled smartphone maker cut costs and raised the average price of its phones amid slumping sales. Sales fell short at 660-million dollars, a 32-percent drop from a...
(Cologne) -- Lufthansa is instituting a two-person cockpit rule similar to that used in the U.S. The move comes after co-pilot Andreas Lubitz locked the captain of Germanwings Flight 9525 out of the cockpit and crashed the plane into the French Alps. Germany's aviation...
(Detroit, MI) -- The top man at Ford Motor Company is bringing home nearly 19 million dollars in salary and compensation. Still, Mark Fields overall pay as CEO for 2014 was about three-million dollars less than that of his predecessor, Alan Mulally. Thanks to performance-based...
(Undated) -- The nation's economy is growing at an even pace. Fourth quarter GDP growth of two-point-two percent matches the third quarter of 2014. For the year, GDP expanded two-point-four percent over 2013. The Gross Domestic Product measures the total output of goods and...
(Atlantic City, NJ) -- Wall Street is warning that Atlantic City is in danger of default. Analysts are not impressed with New Jersey Governor Chris Christie's 130-million-dollar budget cut and layoff plan. Moody's Investors Service and Standard & Poor's are both saying it's...
(Washington, DC) -- A bill making some structural changes in Medicare is being delayed in the Senate after passage by the House. The vote was 392-37. Republican House Speaker John Boehner said the measure will reduce costs and will improve the way doctors get reimbursed by...
(Washington, DC) -- A report by a nonpartisan think tank is showing that the eight-point-one million undocumented immigrants who were working or looking for work in 2012, made up five-point-one percent of the U.S. workforce. The study by the Pew Research Center reveals that the...