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4/2/2014 12:48 AM
GM’s Barra testifies on Capitol Hill
WASHINGTON — The fix for a faulty ignition switch linked to 13 traffic deaths would have cost just 57 cents, members of Congress said Tuesday as they demanded answers from General Motors’ new CEO on why the automaker took 10 years to recall cars with the defect.

4/1/2014 11:23 PM
Feb. home sales rise
WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices rose in February from a year earlier at a solid pace, suggesting that a tight supply of available homes is boosting prices despite slowing sales.


4/1/2014 11:05 PM
American Beagle outfitting dogs
PITTSBURGH — American Beagle Outfitters has pulled off a trick.

4/2/2014 12:00 AM
Regional bankruptcies stay level
Northwest Ohio bankruptcy filings in March were almost exactly the same as a year earlier.

4/2/2014 12:00 AM
Deadline for aid with heating bills extended
COLUMBUS — The long, cold winter has been a drain on many household budgets in Ohio, so the state is extending the deadline for lower-income people to apply for heating assistance.

3/31/2014 8:35 PM
Chamber begins mentoring program
Area business leaders are sharing their triumphs and upsets as part of a recipe of success for young Sylvania professionals and business owners.

4/1/2014 9:25 PM
Zoning map to go before voters
The Wood County Planning Commission has approved Perrysburg Township's proposal to put a new zoning map before voters in November that would establish zoning regulations for parts of the township that now lack them.

4/1/2014 4:02 PM
GM CEO calls employee statements 'disturbing'
WASHINGTON - General Motors CEO Mary Barra, under intense grilling by members of the U.S. Congress, today said she found employee statements “disturbing” that cost considerations may have discouraged the prompt replacement of faulty ignition switches now linked to at least 13 fatalities.

4/1/2014 4:55 PM
3rd straight gain for the market
NEW YORK — Encouraging signs of a pickup in manufacturing helped send the stock market higher.