Home / Business (page 1807)

Business

How do you get the most out of Missouri tax-free weekend

After a long hot summer, it's finally time for one of the best occasions in the season: School Delivery. Despite the bittersweet signaling of another academic year, there is something magical about rows of empty notebooks, blur pencils and erasers that you have not lost yet. And what would a good season be without a vacation to kick it off? …

Read More »

683 now says they got sick after eating at Powell Chipotle; testing so far gives no reason – Business – Columbus Dispatch

The number of victims of a possible food-borne disease outbreak at a Chipotle store in Powell has reached 683 according to the Delaware General Health District. The guilty person behind the disease monitor reported by the restaurant protector remains unknown. Initial feces tested by the Ohio Department of Health came back negative to Salmonella, E. coli, Shigella and norovirus. Food …

Read More »

Toyota logs record 1Q profit, lowering the full-year sales outlook

TOKYO (AP) – Toyota Motor Corp reported Friday that quarterly earnings rose 7.2 percent in April-June to a record of $ 657.3 billion ($ 5.9 billion), which exceeds analyst forecasts due to strong sales in USA and other overseas The manufacturer of the Camry sedan, the Prius hybrid and Lexus luxury models said sales increased 4.5 percent, also to a …

Read More »

For the automotive industry, weaker fuel economy rules would mean a world of chaos

Trumpad administration's proposed return to car fuel economy and emission standards looks at the surface as a welcome gift to the automotive industry. It's more like federal regulatory authorities only gave the automotive industry a big big shockbox. The best results will be serious negotiations to reach a new set of standards that everyone can agree on. What is likely …

Read More »

Cities grappling with scooter eruptions

Nearly a decade ago, a new form of two-wheeled transport threatened to exceed city rides. Segway became popular among tour companies, but not so by a few blocks. The city bought a fine on an operator that had upset the people of Nordend, and a city councilor let himself run over a Segway to show his perceived dangers. They were …

Read More »

Trump Administration continues with Tariff on Canadian newsprint

WASHINGTON – The Department of Trade said Thursday that it would continue customs on Canadian newsprint, a blow to an already struggling American newspaper industry. The tariffs are slightly lower than the department initially introduced and offered a small margin to the publisher. The agency said it would clog the tariffs of 16.88 percent, down from 22 percent, and apply …

Read More »

Energy Company sends Racial Slur as a temporary password

A Seattle woman was given a rasmack as a temporary password from its energy company, Puget Sound Energy (PSE). Customer Erica Conway, African-American, says she believes the slurry was intentional. Furthermore, when she called PSE to complain, she said that a telephone representative did not take her complaints seriously. To see the slurry spelled out, "I was quite shocked," Conway …

Read More »

MoviePass Stock Craters accusing Theaters of Price Gouging

15:55 PDT 8/2/2018 of Paul Bond Pamela McClintock MoviePass Parent Company Helios and Matheson Analytics blow out exhibitors to charge "unreasonable prices" and to sell "excessive concessions". Wall Street seems to have signaled the death penalty for MoviePass, the popular subscription service that gives up to 30 tickets for cinemas at the price of one. Shares in MoviePass parent company …

Read More »