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Updated 35 minutes ago
Apple Store may be coming to Toledo
Apple lovers and Steve Jobs fans rejoice.

Published 2 hours ago
WWE Network nets 700K subscribers
WWE is set to make its deep vault of classic matches on its video-streamed network available around the globe.

Updated 2 hours ago
U.S. jobless aid applications rise to 302K
WASHINGTON — More people sought U.S. unemployment benefits last week, but jobless claims remain at pre-recession levels.

Published 2 hours ago
Target names Pepsi's Cornell as CEO
MINNEAPOLIS — Target is bringing in an outsider as its CEO for the first time as the retailer fights to redefine itself to American shoppers.

Updated 5 hours ago
Marathon announces dividend
FINDLAY — Marathon Petroleum Corp. announced a quarterly dividend of 50 cents a share, payable Sept. 10 to shareholders of record as of Aug. 20.

Updated 5 hours ago
U.S. economy rebounds
The U.S. economy rebounded heartily in the spring after a dismal winter, the Commerce Department reported Wednesday, growing at an annual rate of 4 percent from April through June and surpassing economists’ expectations.

Updated 5 hours ago
GM sued on plaintiffs' behalf
DETROIT — A Texas lawyer has filed a lawsuit against General Motors Co. on behalf of 658 people injured or killed in crashes allegedly caused by faulty ignition switches.

Published 19 hours ago
Stocks end mixed after Fed delivers no surprises
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks are closing mixed after the Federal Reserve said the economy was strengthening enough for the central bank to continue cutting its stimulus.

Published 22 hours ago
Detroit drops post-bankruptcy monitor from exit plan
Detroit has dropped the idea of having a court-appointed monitor keep an eye on its finances when it exits bankruptcy after determining the move was not needed, a city spokesman said today.

Published 22 hours ago
Sanctions could cause damage to Russia
MOSCOW  — U.S. and European sanctions against Russia’s energy and finance sectors are strong enough to cause deep, long-lasting damage within months unless Moscow persuades the West to repeal them by withdrawing support for Ukrainian insurgents.