The United States risks losing its top credit
rating if it's unable to make payments on its debt and encounters a
"technical default," the Fitch rating agency said Wednesday.
Facebook might seem like just a great way to communicate with friends,
but it can help in business, too.
Two "Girls Gone Wild" entities on the hook for a $5.8 million judgment here have filed for bankruptcy, as the legal thicket surrounding franchise founder Joe Francis grows denser.
President Obama on Thursday slammed Republicans who are critical of a program that awarded the now-bankrupt solar-panel manufacturer Solyndra a $535 million taxpayer-backed loan guarantee, noting that Republican lawmakers have long supported subsidies for clean-energy initiatives.
Denny's Corporation announced today that Casanova
Pendrill will become its new Hispanic agency of record effective October
Pope Benedict VXI entered the honey business on Tuesday after
he received a gift of 500,000 bees from Italy's largest agriculture consumer
group to highlight the importance of protecting the environment.
Consumers can add concert tickets to their shopping lists if they are headed to one of more than 20 Inland Walmart stores.
Danish toy company Lego on Tuesday reported a
25 percent rise in net sales for the first half of 2011, lifted by
new and classic products and tie-ins with Hollywood movies.
Little more than a week after encouraging news on the Sacramento job front, local employers are expressing renewed concerns about hiring fueled by fluctuating gasoline prices and the ongoing state budget fight, according to a survey released today by employment firm Pacific Staffing.
Apple CEO Steve Jobs is scheduled to take a break from medical leave Monday to announce a new service called iCloud.
Zynga, the company behind hit Facebook games
such as Farmville and Mafia Wars, is about to turn its virtual
popularity into some cold hard cash.
Business networking site LinkedIn added a
cool $1 billion to its value Tuesday as it raised the pre-deal
price range for its scheduled initial public offering by $10 a
share to between $42 and $45.
The purchase of Border Foods can be directly attributed to the increasing popularity of Hispanic food items across the country.
Executives at Mooresville-based Lowe's Inc. said Monday they're still seeing an economic recovery, but offered plenty of reasons to be wary as the retailer reported that sales and profits fell in the first quarter.
The world of the solitary entrepreneur can be a little, well, isolating.