A new White House initiative could mean small businesses will get paid faster (file photo)

Small Businesses Could Get Paid Faster

Dozens of large companies such as Apple, Honda and Coca-Cola have agreed to pay their suppliers more quickly in a bid to boost small businesses under President Obama's SupplierPay initiative.

Wells Fargo posted a profit of 3 percent in the quarter (AP)

Wells Fargo Profit Up, Revenue Down

Wells Fargo said its second-quarter profit edged up 3 percent, helped by higher deposit balances and a drop in the amount of loans that went bad, but revenue slipped.

Auto Industry
2015 Dodge Challenger (Chrysler Group)

Challenger Raises Bar on Muscle Cars

Chrysler Group made its rivals eat dust last week with a 707-horsepower Dodge Challenger, but Ford and GM are close behind with their own revamped muscle cars.

HispanicBusiness 100

Introducing the Hispanic-Business 100

While the HispanicBusiness 500 index long proved to be a solid barometer of the Hispanic market in this country, tough economic times have pared the number of companies that qualify for the index. We now introduce the HispanicBusiness 100.

Congress is having trouble taking action on a flood of refugees from Central America (AP)

House Demands Faster Deportations

The U.S. House has demanded that President Obama speed up deportations of refugees from Central America, but says his $3.7 billion emergency request is too much.

Amazon drone (Sky News)

Amazon Asks OK for Drone Deliveries

Amazon has officially asked the FAA for permission to use drones to deliver packages to customers in half an hour or less as part of its Amazon Prime Air service.

LeBron James (file photo)

LeBron James Heading Home to Cavs

LeBron James will rejoin the Cleveland Cavaliers as a free agent despite a venomous falling out four years ago.

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A pipeline spill has dumped saltwater into the ground in the North Dakota oil patch (AP)

N.D. Pipeline Cleanup Could Take Weeks

A pipeline has leaked 1 million gallons of saltwater into the ground at a North Dakota Indian reservation, but company and tribal officials say the spill has been contained and hasn't affected drinking water.

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