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Published 1 hour ago
Ex-exec gets 1 month for chemical spill
CHARLESTON, W.Va. — A former Freedom Industries executive was sentenced Thursday to one month in federal prison for a chemical spill that fouled the drinking water supply of 300,000 West Virginians.

Published 2 hours ago
U.S. stocks continue to slide
Jitters over the global economy and steep declines in bank stocks knocked U.S. stocks lower for the fourth day in a row Thursday.

Updated 3 hours ago
Buckeye, TiVo partner for services
Buckeye CableSystem has announced a new relationship with TiVo Inc. that officials say will give subscribers improved access to both Buckeye content and to streaming video from outside providers such as Netflix and Amazon Prime.

Published 10 hours ago
Head of Google in Europe grilled by U.K. tax authorities
LONDON — A British parliamentary committee has grilled Google’s head of European operations, questioning in blunt terms whether the Internet giant had paid its fair share of taxes.

Updated 10 hours ago
3 former call-center workers suing Kroger
CINCINNATI  — Three former call center workers are suing Kroger Co., accusing the Cincinnati-based grocery chain of not paying them for overtime.

Published 11 hours ago
2 Uber execs facing jail in France
PARIS — Two of Uber’s top European executives are appearing in criminal court in France on charges of running an illegal taxi operation, and they could face jail time.

Updated 13 hours ago
BK wants to be hot dog king
NEW YORK — Burger King is looking for a new crown: Hot Dog King.

Updated 13 hours ago
Owens Corning profits up
Citing strong growth in its roofing and insulation sales, Owens Corning on Wednesday said its profits last year rose 46 percent while its fourth quarter earnings were up just over 230 percent.

Updated 13 hours ago
Libbey to pay 11.5-cent dividend
Libbey Inc., a Toledo tableware maker, has declared a quarterly dividend of 11.5 cents a share, up 5 percent from a year ago, payable March 15 to holders of record on March 1.

Updated 13 hours ago
Andersons has 1st loss as public firm
Editor’s Note: This article updates the goodwill impairment explanation.




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