A U.S. Senate committee accused Apple Inc. of running a complex web of offshore business interests to avoid paying billions of dollars in income taxes, saying the technology giant was "among America's largest tax avoiders."
Crude oil prices topped $96 in New York Tuesday morning with prices buoyed by a
prolonged rally in equities. Gasoline prices dropped 1.98 cents to $2.877 a gallon.
The Pew Research Hispanic Center released a new analysis showing that Hispanic
high school graduates have passed whites in the rate of college enrollment.
Ford Middle East and Al Jazirah Vehicles Agencies brought the
legendary F-150 and Ranger Built Ford Tough pickup trucks closer to
Saudi customers through a unique roadshow across 10 major Saudi
communication, or V2V, aims to avoid accidents on the road by using
wireless signals to send information back between cars about their location,
speed and direction.
Arts & Entertainment
Traditions new and old will heat up in El Paso this summer, including visits by Juanes, Pitbull, Cody Simpson and Robert Earl Keen.
AT&T today announced it is
looking to fill more than 120 openings in South Carolina, including
more than 70 new jobs.
The 2013 Top 25 Hispanic Nonfprofits continued to grow in both expenditures and revenues in 2012, and social entrepreneurs and social enterprises intend to keep that trend going.
President Obama pledged to
stand by the victims of a massive tornado that left a broad swathe of
destruction in Oklahoma and killed at least 24.
New, tougher standards have been part of the problem for the coal industry, no doubt. From here, though, they're running a distant third to natural gas and western coal.
A young California woman has won a $50,000 science award for inventing a
"supercapacitor" that could allow a smartphone to be charged in 20 seconds.
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