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Published 1 hour ago
Apple slump deepens on iPhone
SAN FRANCISCO — Apple is slumping as the usually high-flying tech stock struggles with the burden of raised expectations.

Updated 2 hours ago
Overnight fire destroys Holland business
A fire of a yet unknown origin destroyed a business in Holland early today, authorities said.

Published 3 hours ago
Target rebranding stores
MINNEAPOLIS — As Target Corp. has begun rolling out smaller-format stores in the last few years, the names of them — CityTarget and TargetExpress — have sometimes sparked some confusion.

Published 4 hours ago
Gas prices dropping
WASHINGTON — Think of it as Christmas in August. Gasoline prices are expected to drop sharply this month and might be approaching $2 a gallon in much of the country by the time winter’s chill arrives.

Updated 5 hours ago
Retail movement picking up
Retail movement has picked up in the Toledo market this summer with at least one unexpected closure and two stores that plan to move their operations to larger locations.

Updated 5 hours ago
Cedar Fair to pair virtual reality, coasters
SANDUSKY -- Cedar Fair LP expects to test a virtual reality component on one of its roller coasters later this year, continuing the company’s movement toward pairing technology with traditional thrill rides.

Updated 6 hours ago
Joe's Autos to give away car
A family-owned used car dealership in Sylvania Township plans to celebrate 25 years in business with a monthlong series of events and special deals.

Updated 6 hours ago
OSHA fines 2 NW Ohio companies
Two northwest Ohio businesses are to be fined more than $40,000 each for worker safety violations that in one case resulted in an injured employee and in the other, a similar violation earlier this year, resulted in a worker injury, federal regulators said on Monday.

Published 7 hours ago
Health Care REIT's 2Q funds up 21%
Toledo’s Health Care REIT Inc. today reported second quarter funds from operations of $383.7 million, or $1.09 per share, up 21 percent from the same period a year ago when it had $316.3 million, or $1.06 per share.

Updated 10 hours ago
Jeep sets sales records
The deepening love affair between Americans and their pickup trucks and crossovers drove U.S. auto sales beyond expectations for the second straight month, keeping the industry on track for its best year in more than a decade.




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