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Updated 1 hour 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 4 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 4 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.

Published 6 hours ago
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.

Updated 6 hours ago
Jobless aid claims fall to 260,000
WASHINGTON — The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment aid dropped sharply last week, the Labor Department said today, the latest sign that businesses are cutting few jobs.

Updated 7 hours ago
Labor: Benefit reforms hurt workers
COLUMBUS— Labor organizations and the construction trades Tuesday blasted a proposed plan to couple permanent cuts in unemployment compensation benefits with temporary tax hikes for employers to stabilize a fund that still owes $775 million to the federal government.

Updated 8 hours ago
Roles shifted by Lathrop owner
Turner Construction Co ., which owns Lathrop Co ., has named Tom Manahan as senior vice president of Turner Industrial Group and named Steve Johnson as president of Lathrop. The changes take effect Jan. 1.

Updated 8 hours ago
Ohio ranked No. 42 business climate
COLUMBUS — Ohio again was named one of the worst states for a business-friendly tax climate.

Published 15 hours ago
Area unemployment rates mixed

Published 22 hours ago
Money talks for Clintons
WASHINGTON — Hillary Rodham Clinton wants voters to know she is no friend of Wall Street. But Wall Street has frequently been a friend to her.

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