Monday, September 15, 2014
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Updated 2 hours ago
Toledo to buy land that may help Chrysler
The city of Toledo made a move today to buy land that may eventually help Chrysler expand its maxed-out Wrangler production line.

Published 5 hours ago
Stocks end slightly lower
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks are closing mostly lower as investors wait for the Federal Reserve’s two-day policy meeting that starts on Tuesday.

Published 6 hours ago
Retailer apologizes for Kent State sweatshirt
CLEVELAND -- Teen apparel retailer Urban Outfitters apologized today after criticism for selling a vintage Kent State University sweatshirt that appeared to be splattered with blood-red dye in a look that reminded some people of an infamous 1970 campus shooting.

Updated 10 hours ago
German parts maker to buy TRW
ZF Friedrichshafen AG agreed to buy TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. for $11.7 billion, creating a company big enough to push back against pricing pressure from the largest automakers.

Updated 10 hours ago
iPhone 6 pre-orders top 4M
CUPERTINO, Calif. -- Apple Inc.’s iPhone 6 and iPhone 6 Plus topped 4 million in pre-orders in the first 24 hours, as early demand for the smartphones outstrips supply.

Published 11 hours ago
GM expert says 19 deaths eligible for compensation
DETROIT — General Motors’ compensation expert in cases involving faulty ignition switches has determined that 19 wrongful death claims are eligible for payments from the company.

Published 16 hours ago
Ohio gas prices lower to start week
COLUMBUS, Ohio  — Prices at the gas pump in Ohio are down again.

Published 22 hours ago
Auto safety agency response slow
General Motors published an article in February on its Chevrolet website trumpeting an achievement certain to help sell a lot of cars.

Updated 23 hours ago
Restaurant inspections: 9-15
Recently released inspection reports of Lucas County food-service operations.

Published 23 hours ago
Hachette's targets Amazon's board
Amazon is at war with Hachette, and it sometimes seems as if it has always been that way.