It says it will enhance security after hackers stole millions of user names and phone numbers, but is criticized for a cavalier attitude toward protecting information.
Two key sectors, factory activity and construction spending, are showing signs of sustained growth.
Melissa Smith plans to lead the company into more credit card services in more places.
But the settlement doesn’t affect Macy’s lawsuit against J.C. Penney Co. alleging breach of contract.
The man plans to appeal his conviction in connection with a 2010 explosion that killed two workers.
New faces, promotions, awards and board appointments
The technology giant joins the shift to cloud services, but total sales have declined for six quarters.
But a downside to sharing cars and handbags and bedrooms is the decline of the ownership economy.
Gary Shaw faced many special requirements in designing the East Boothbay research facility.
Analysts say 2014 could be when the rough sketches about the future of technology get fleshed out.
Chrysler’s profits have helped prop up Fiat as the Italian automaker struggles in a weak European market.
With tour operators booking for 2014, the company scrambles to provide data to help sell the new Portland-Yarmouth route.
Steve Hewins hopes to attract more year-round visitors to the Portland area.