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Updated 8 hours ago
Chrysler worker dies at Detroit plant
DETROIT — A 53-year-old man has died while performing maintenance at a wastewater treatment plant at a Chrysler factory in Detroit.

Published 9 hours ago
Googling on mobile devices surpasses PCs
SAN FRANCISCO — Google’s influential search engine has hit a tipping point in technology’s shift to smartphones. More search requests are now being made on mobile devices than on personal computers in the U.S. and many other parts of the world.

Published 10 hours ago
Report: IRS issues $5.6B in bogus education credits
WASHINGTON — The IRS issued $5.6 billion in potentially bogus education tax credits in a single year — more than a quarter of all education credits claimed by taxpayers, a government watchdog said today.

Updated 10 hours ago
Chase STEM team has lead near end
Eleven weeks ago, 120 teams in The Blade School Stock Contest each started with a mythical $40,000.

Updated 10 hours ago
Ohio, Mich. could reap benefits
Ohio ranks second and Michigan ranks fifth in states that could reap ancillary health benefits if the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency follows through with strong rules this summer for climate-altering carbon dioxide gases emitted from coal-fired power plants, according to a peer-reviewed study issued Monday.

Updated 12 hours ago
Hackers likely cause of failures
Buckeye CableSystem on Monday said service interruptions that affected programming, including the pay-per-view broadcast of a highly anticipated boxing match, came from outside the company’s network, likely from hacking.

Updated 12 hours ago
ProMedica must sell off St. Luke’s
ProMedica’s nearly five-year battle to keep St. Luke’s Hospital under its umbrella ended on Monday when the U.S. Supreme Court denied the hospital system’s request to review its appeal of a Federal Trade Commission ruling against its merger with St. Luke’s Hospital.

Updated 15 hours ago
Creative jobs are key to success
Manufacturing will remain an important part of northwest Ohio’s future economy, but the industry can no longer be banked upon to create thousands and thousands of middle class jobs, a local economics professor says.

Updated 15 hours ago
La-Z-Boy, Cedar Fair announce dividends
Two area companies announced quarterly dividends Monday.

Updated 15 hours ago
Sylvania Twp. supplies firm acquires Niles company
A Sylvania Township company is growing.




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