09/13/2013 9:56amBAD MOON RISING: China's Communist Party, in an effort to combat bribery, has singled out the mooncake. It has banned the use of public money to buy the traditional pastries and associated gifts, dampening demand just as the market hits its usual peak ahead of the mid-autumn festival.
09/13/2013 10:03amDozens of JetBlue Airways flights were delayed Friday morning after a computer failure limited the airline's ability to dispatch planes.
09/13/2013 10:38amThe number of Hispanic-owned businesses in the U.S. is expected to nearly double this year from 2002.
09/13/2013 11:11amWAGE HIKE: California's minimum wage would rise to $10 an hour within three years under a bill passed by the state Legislature, making it one of the highest rates in the nation.
09/13/2013 11:28amPassengers who fail to cancel bookings on Southwest now face loss of the ticket's value if they don't show up.
09/13/2013 11:30amHouse lawmakers have introduced legislation that would bring more federal oversight to large specialty pharmacies like the one that triggered a deadly meningitis outbreak last year.
09/13/2013 12:34pmMODEST SALES: Americans boosted their spending at retail businesses by a modest 0.2 percent last month, the smallest gain in four months. Sales of autos and furniture jumped, while sales of clothes and sporting goods fell.
09/13/2013 2:26pmUnited Airlines said on Friday that it will honor the tickets it accidentally gave away for free.
09/13/2013 4:28pmSteven Roth, the chairman and CEO of Vornado Realty Trust, has resigned from J.C. Penney's board, days after the real estate company told investors it planned to sell all of its stake in the struggling department store chain, according to regulatory documents filed Friday.
09/13/2013 5:18pmFederal regulators say companies cannot require employees to receive their pay on debit cards, citing complaints from workers of high and unexpected fees on the cards.
09/13/2013 5:48pmRegulators have closed banks in Texas and Connecticut, bringing the number of U.S. bank failures to 22 this year.
09/13/2013 7:07pmA Texas-based company that sells wheelchairs and motorized scooters to people with limited mobility announced Friday that it's shutting down for good, following federal scrutiny over its advertising and billing.
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