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Published 37 minutes ago
Energy sector hits stocks hard
NEW YORK — U.S. stocks are mostly lower as traders return from the Memorial Day holiday.

Updated 46 minutes ago
400 jobs open to young adults
Up to 400 summer jobs are being made available to income-eligible teenagers and young adults through a federal jobs program administered through Lucas County.

Updated 46 minutes ago
Taco Bell, Pizza Hut toss artificial ingredients
NEW YORK — Taco Bell and Pizza Hut say they’re getting rid of artificial colors and flavors, making them the latest big food companies scrambling to distance themselves from ingredients people might find unappetizing.

Updated 1 hour ago
Fire at battery plant extinguished
A small fire earlier today at an automotive battery manufacturing plant in Spencer Township was caused by a malfunctioning air cleaning unit, authorities said.

Updated 1 hour ago
Marchionne shakes up business
NEW YORK — Mary Barra, chief executive of General Motors, received a lengthy and unusual email back in March from one of her direct competitors, Sergio Marchionne.

Updated 2 hours ago
‘Saints & Sinners’ opens downtown
People who choose a healthy menu item could be considered saints.

Published 2 hours ago
Home prices rose at steady pace in March
WASHINGTON — U.S. home prices rose at a steady pace in March, pushed higher by a limited supply of houses for sale.

Published 2 hours ago
Charter to buy Time Warner for $55B
Charter Communications Inc. plans to buy Time Warner Cable Inc., clinching a deal made necessary by slowing growth in the U.S. cable industry — and more expensive by last-minute competition from French billionaire Patrick Drahi.

Published 4 hours ago
Quicken Loans secures naming rights for Detroit's light rail
DETROIT — Quicken Loans has secured the naming rights to Detroit’s light rail project.

Updated 5 hours ago
Gen Xers pessimistic on retiring
PITTSBURGH — For the group of adults ages 35 to 48 known as Generation X, the golden years of retirement will look a lot different than it did for past generations of retirees who often worked one or two jobs their entire careers, left the work force at age 65 with a pension and spent the rest of their lives pursuing




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