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Macy's, Martha Stewart Living settle dispute

01/02/2014 8:58am
Macy's and Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia say they have settled a breach-of-contract lawsuit involving J.C. Penney.

Correction: YE-Wall Street-Unstoppable Stocks

01/02/2014 9:56am
In a story Dec. 31 about the stock market's 2013 performance, The Associated Press reported erroneously that Aberdeen Asset Management has $3 billion in assets under management. The company has about $325 billion in assets under management. The $3 billion is the amount Aberdeen oversees in U.S. stocks.

A look at what 2014 may hold for small businesses

01/02/2014 11:20am
What stresses small business owners the most? Our conversations with them and the research we come across suggest it's a lack of clarity. Well, there's no small business crystal ball _ at least one we are aware of _ but if one existed, here's a look at what it might reveal for 2014:

Warning issued about oil shipped from ND, Mont.

01/02/2014 1:02pm
Following a string of explosive accidents, federal officials said Thursday that crude oil being shipped by rail from the Northern Plains across the U.S. and Canada may be more flammable than traditional forms of oil.

5 money resolutions for the new year

01/02/2014 1:52pm
New Year's resolutions often involve eating better and exercising, but you can also use the start of the year to get financially fit.

American Airlines workers vote on tail paint jobs

01/02/2014 2:30pm
American Airlines says more than 60,000 employees voted and a majority want to paint red, white and blue horizontal stripes on the tails of all AA planes.

Wal-Mart eyes legal action over donkey meat recall

01/02/2014 3:24pm
Wal-Mart Stores Inc. says it's considering taking legal action against "responsible parties" after DNA testing showed traces of fox meat in the donkey meat it sold in China.

A New Year means time for new 'Dogs of the Dow"

01/02/2014 3:49pm
It's a new year, so once again it's time to take "Dogs of the Dow" out for a run.

Watchdog advises ending early look at jobs data

01/02/2014 3:52pm
A Labor Department watchdog has recommended ending a practice that allows reporters to review a key unemployment report before it is made public.

Retail group says swipe-fee settlement too weak

01/02/2014 5:56pm
The National Retail Federation is appealing a multi-billion-dollar settlement over credit card swipe fees, saying the deal won't stop fees from soaring in the future.

Original Cheerios to go GMO-free

01/02/2014 6:09pm
General Mills says some Cheerios made without genetically modified ingredients will start appearing on shelves soon.