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McDonald's Hikes Pay at Some Restaurants

McDonald's announced it will increase wages for employees at corporate-owned restaurants, a move that affects a small fraction of its restaurants.

What a Resurrected RadioShack May Look Like

A court OK'd plans to save more than 1,700 RadioShack stores, giving the electronics chain a second, albeit pared down, chance at life.

The Pet Rock Craze Made a Fortune For One Man

When Gary Dahl first introduced the Pet Rock, it excited and confused customers.

For More Poor Americans, Smartphones Are Lifelines

Smartphone dependency is up sharply nationwide, particularly among lower-income households and those with fewer years of education.

Pet Rock Creator Dies: How He Ignited a National Craze

The man who gave us the "Pet Rock" has died.

That Costly - But Fabulous - Quinceañera Party

These 'Imposter' Scams Are No April Fools' Joke

For some criminals, every day is April Fools' Day.

IBM Places $3 Billion Bet on Internet of Things

IBM is building an "Internet of Things" division aimed at harnessing the massive trove of data collected by smart devices and appliances.

Is Elon Musk's 'Major New Product Line' a Battery?

On Monday, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk took to Twitter to tease a new product announcement.

Final Four Tickets Soar to Most Costly Since 2011

The Final Four is set, and if you haven't purchased your tickets yet, it's going to cost you.

Cadillac, Lincoln Take Aim at The Luxury Market

Cadillac and Lincoln begin the battle to rebuild their once-lofty roles in the high-line automotive market.

People's Tax Share Grows, Companies ... Not So Much

Tax collections from individual Americans last year reached their highest share of the U.S. economy in seven years.

Drought Restrictions Take Toll on California's Pools

As the state struggles through its fourth year of a drought, communities are putting bans on filling pools or restricting new pool construction.

College Launching Living 'Pods' for Student Entrepreneurs

The University of Utah is constructing a new all-encompassing living quarters for student entrepreneurs hoping to launch their own business. KSL's Nicole Vowell reports.

McDonald's to Test All-Day Breakfast Soon

Egg-McMuffins at 5 p.m. could become a reality if this test goes well.

Elon Musk Teases Tesla's New Product: A Home Battery?

Elon Musk set the Internet abuzz on Monday when he tweeted that the company will unveil a new non-automotive product next month.

It's Alive! Ford Resurrects the Lincoln Continental

Ford is betting the classic name will help rebuild the brand's image in the United States and China.

'Bomb' Note in Toilet Diverts Passenger Jet

A Turkish Airlines flight en route to Brazil was forced to change course and land in Casablanca after a bomb threat, a spokeswoman said Monday.

California Drought: Farmers Near 'Survival Mode'

For farmers in parched California, it's water allocation time.

Businesses Pretty Upbeat About Economy in 2015

Business economists' rosy outlook could mean job growth picks up this year.

Half of U.S. Households Struggle to Save Even Pennies

Brother, can you spare a nickel? For roughly half of American households they answer is "barely," according to the results of a new survey.

Sony Launches Spotify-Powered PlayStation Music App

Sometimes, it's better to leave things to the experts. That's what Sony learned in trying to build its own streaming-music service.

JetBlue Computer Outage Snarls Check-Ins Systemwide

JetBlue Airways experienced a major computer system outage Monday, delaying check-in and flights for thousands of passengers.

Amid California Woes, Some Eye Vegas as New Porn Alley

As public health concerns mount, the porn industry has been under assault by a variety of opponents in recent years.

Cyberbullying's Got a New Target: Big Companies

Online bullying has become an increasingly frequent phenomenon—with even big companies now tasting the wrath of angry swarms of web activists.

Jury Says Firm Did Not Discriminate Against Ellen Pao

Pao sued Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, saying she was passed over for a promotion and fired because the firm treats men and women differently.

Massive Panama Canal Expansion Enters Final Phase

The project to expand the Panama Canal and let larger ships pass through is entering its final year.

Silicon Valley Sexism? Case May Not Provide an Answer

Former Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers junior partner Ellen Pao is seeking tens of millions of dollars in damages from her former employer.

How Apple CEO Tim Cook Is Giving Away His Fortune

Apple CEO Tim Cook is a wealthy man, with a net worth of $120 million and stock potentially worth hundreds of millions more.

Lufthansa Tightens Safety Rules After Germanwings Crash

Lufthansa Group added new cockpit security measures and safety roles within the company following Tuesday's crash. News | Awards & Certificates | Promote Us | Contact Us | Privacy Policy | Terms of Use | Uninstall Info

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