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Shares of debt-laden property developer China Evergrande Group have soared after they resumed trading in Hong Kong following a suspension last week.
After a fiery first day, lawyers in Donald Trump’s New York business fraud trial will move on to the more plodding task of going through years’ worth of his financial documents.
Washington state’s minimum wage will increase 54 cents to $16.28 an hour next year. The Seattle Times reports the Washington Department of Labor and Industries made the announcement Friday.
The police chief who led an August raid on a small weekly newspaper in central Kansas has resigned, days after he was suspended from his post.
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Most stocks closed lower Monday as the constrictor of higher interest rates tightened its coils around Wall Street.
The federal government has joined 21 former rail workers in suing Union Pacific over the way it used a vision test to disqualify workers the railroad believed were color blind and might have trouble reading signals telling them to stop a train.
Benchmark U.S. crude oil for November delivery fell $1.97 to $88.82 a barrel Monday. Brent crude for December delivery fell $1.49 to $90.71 a barrel.
David Stearns has been formally appointed the first president of baseball operations in New York Mets history, taking over the hometown team he cheered for as a child.
Health insurance provider The Cigna Group will pay more than $172 million over claims it gave the federal government inaccurate Medicare Advantage diagnoses codes in order to inflate reimbursement.
Stocks that traded heavily or had substantial price changes on Monday: Kellanova, Devon Energy fall; Discover Financial, Sphere Entertainment rise
A New York company plans to build an offshore wind energy project 42 miles off New Jersey. It would be one of the farthest from shore of any U.S.
The Nobel Prize in Medicine has been awarded to two scientists whose work led to mRNA vaccines against COVID-19.
The cannabis company Tilray expanded its position in the craft brew industry, completing the acquisition of eight beer brands from Anheuser-Busch that it had announced over the summer.
All models of Onewheel self-balancing electric skateboards are under recall after at least four deaths and multiple injuries were reported in recent years, federal regulators say.
U.S. auto safety investigators have expanded a probe into Ford Motor Co. engine failures to include nearly 709,000 vehicles.
The Commerce Department delivers its monthly tally of U.S. construction spending Monday and its latest snapshot of the nation’s trade gap Thursday.
The United Auto Workers union has reached a tentative contract agreement with Mack Trucks that covers about 4,000 workers in three states.
The highest mortgage rates in more than two decades are keeping many prospective homebuyers out of the market and discouraging homeowners who locked in ultra-low rates from listing their home for sale.
Malaysia’s government says enough rice is available despite recent panic-buying of locally produced rice that led to empty shelves in supermarkets and grocery stores nationwide.