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Updated 5 hours ago
U.S. consumer prices up slightly in April
WASHINGTON —Core consumer prices outside of food and energy posted the biggest increase in April in more than a year, suggesting that an improving U.S. economy is finally starting to lift prices. That could prompt the Federal Reserve to start raising interest rates later this year.

Updated 7 hours ago
Expedia sells stake in Chinese travel service
NEW YORK — Expedia is selling its majority stake in eLong, a Chinese travel service, to a group of businesses based in China for roughly $671 million.

Published 8 hours ago
Ohio jobless rate up slightly in April
COLUMBUS — Ohio’s unemployment rate inched up slightly to 5.2 percent in April after holding steady for the previous three months.

Published 9 hours ago
Toyota promises to help Takata
TOKYO — Toyota President Akio Toyoda vowed to help get to the bottom of the problems with Takata air bags, the recalls for which have ballooned to about 53 million vehicles worldwide, stressing that regaining consumer trust is an industry-wide concern.

Published 9 hours ago
Real estate transfers: 5-22

Updated 10 hours ago
Yankee Candle alights in Maumee
A Yankee Candle store has opened at The Shops at Fallen Timbers in Maumee.

Updated 10 hours ago
McDonald's CEO proud of pay hike
OAK BROOK, Ill. — McDonald’s CEO Steve Easterbrook said Thursday he was “incredibly proud” of a decision to bump pay for some workers, even after protesters called on the company to do more outside its annual shareholder meeting.

Updated 10 hours ago
High atop the World Trade Center
NEW YORK — From the top of One World Trade Center, the nation’s tallest building, it really does seem as if you can “see forever.”

Updated 10 hours ago
Perrysburg senior wins 2016 car
The last day of high school was an especially exciting one for Perrysburg High School senior Emma Dennis, who drove away with a new car.

Published 23 hours ago
Fed gets subpoena in leak case
WASHINGTON — A powerful congressman is compelling the Federal Reserve to provide documents related to a possible leak of market-moving interest-rate information to a financial newsletter.

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