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Warm weather means early Calif. wine grape harvest

07/27/2013 9:24am
There's no such thing as "normal" weather in California wine country, and vineyard operators say this year that truism could mean good news for wine lovers.

Detroit bankruptcy another setback for unions

07/27/2013 9:28am
Detroit's historic bankruptcy filing is a major setback for public employee unions that have spent years trying to ward off cuts to the pensions of millions of government workers around the country.

China, EU reach settlement on solar panels

07/27/2013 10:30am
The Europe Union and Chinese solar panel exporters said Saturday that they had reached a settlement in their long trade dispute, with the exporters agreeing to sell their products at a minimum price in the EU market.

County fed up with delays on joint Ga., SC port

07/27/2013 10:32am
After more than five years of watching Georgia and South Carolina try to work together on a new seaport for the Savannah River, officials in the county where the proposed $3.3 billion cargo terminal would be built say they're prepared to attempt a takeover of the project.

Reports: Ad giants Omnicom, Publicis in talks

07/27/2013 3:36pm
Omnicom and Publicis are close to striking a deal that would combine the two advertising giants into the world's largest advertising firm, according to media reports.