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Libbey’s 4th-quarter profit strong
Table glassware maker Libbey Inc. on Friday reported a strong fourth-quarter profit of $19.8 million, but its full-year profits in 2014 slipped significantly compared to the previous year because of one-time costs associated with the retirement of debt.

Updated 1 minute ago
Columbia Gas sets rate for March
Columbia Gas of Ohio Inc. said Friday its March rate for natural gas customers will be 43 cents per hundred cubic feet, the same as the rate for February. The rate is the lowest cost for March in more than a decade, the utility said.

Published 12 minutes ago
Can fitness apps replace personal trainer?
Activity trackers. Calorie counters. Phones with heart monitors.

Updated 40 minutes ago
O-I buys bottle plant in Washington
Owens-Illinois Inc. has purchased a bottle plant in Kalama, Wash.

Updated 8 hours ago
Stocks slip after weaker growth
NEW YORK -- The stock market is closing lower following news that U.S. economic growth slowed more sharply than previously estimated in the final three months of the year.

Updated 13 hours ago
White House drafts privacy bill
WASHINGTON  — The White House this week circulated legislation aimed at encouraging U.S. businesses to do more to protect consumer privacy. But privacy advocates were pushing back even before its release, saying it does nothing to hold businesses accountable for misusing a consumer’s personal information.

Updated 14 hours ago
Meijer buys land near Waterville
Meijer Inc. has purchased a 25-acre site near Waterville where it plans to build a grocery and general goods store.

Published 14 hours ago
Fiat Chrysler recalls 467K SUVs
DETROIT — Fiat Chrysler is recalling more than 467,000 Dodge and Jeep SUVs worldwide to fix a faulty fuel pump relay at the root of a potential stalling problem.

Published 16 hours ago
Oil train wrecks intensify pressure for better safety
WASHINGTON — Fiery wrecks of trains hauling crude oil have intensified pressure on the Obama administration to approve tougher standards for railroads and tank cars despite industry complaints that it could cost billions and slow freight deliveries.

Published 17 hours ago
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