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Updated 1 hour ago
Holiday gift guide: Gadgets
With so many new and improved gadgets, products, and devices filling store shelves, gifts for techno-junkies often make for the most difficult holiday purchases.

Updated 2 hours ago
McDonald’s aims for accuracy
OAK BROOK, Ill. — When you’re cruising the drive-thru, what matters more, how quickly you get your Big Mac or whether they remembered to hold the pickles?

Updated 2 hours ago
Some stores must open today
NEW YORK — Some big retailers face scrutiny for opening on Thanksgiving, but many small stores have no choice.

Updated 2 hours ago
Hotels offer free rooms
Free hotel rooms have been offered to people who have friends or family in hospitals, nursing homes, or treatment centers over the Thanksgiving and Christmas holidays as part of hotel operator TMI Hospitality program.

Updated 2 hours ago
Downtown Biggby to relocate
Biggby Coffee, which has been a fixture of the Ohio Building downtown for 13 years, will move one block north after Jan. 1 to the former Bond building at Superior and Adams streets.

Published 17 hours ago
U.S. stocks make small gains before holiday
NEW YORK — Stocks are closing mostly higher in light trading ahead of the Thanksgiving holiday in the U.S.

Updated 19 hours ago
Toledoans rush to pumps before holiday price jump
Kimberly Vaculik isn’t going out of town for Thanksgiving, but she decided Tuesday she ought to fill up her car’s gas tank anyway just in case the legendary preholiday price jump struck.

Updated 22 hours ago
SABCO at center of craft beer boom
Three new craft breweries opened this year in northwest Ohio, and there are a few more on the horizon

Updated 22 hours ago
Snow stirs winter supply sales
Temperatures will rise into the 50s the next two days, but many area residents appear to have gotten the message last weekend loud and clear — winter is coming.

11/25/2015 9:09 AM
Consumer spending weak for second month
WASHINGTON  — Consumer spending posted a modest increase for a second straight month in October, while personal income rebounded after a sluggish September.

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