American CEO Tom Horton wants to set the record straight: It was he who approached US Airways CEO Doug Parker about the possibility of combining the two airlines, not the other way around.
Brackett's Market in Bath and Shop N' Save stores in Gray and Dover-Foxcroft, as well as grocers in six other states, may have sold contaminated meat.
The U.S. Treasury secretary tells a House panel that regulators must pursue stricter oversight of the financial system to help stabilize the economy.
The steep decline suggests a weaker job market could make the housing recovery slow and uneven.
After Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa signs the ordinance as expected, hundreds of pot shops will have 30 days to shut down their lucrative operations.
The world's largest package delivery company says its customers are skittish about the global economy.
Long associated with developing countries, they lend money in small amounts that traditional banks shun.
The average cost for health-care benefits increased 9 percent last year, while average wages grew 2.1 percent, according to one study.
Despite continued economic woes, 'the housing market has finally turned a corner,' one economist says.
The Obama administration moves to streamline the process by directing development to land already identified as having fewer wildlife and natural resource obstacles.
The price of beef will be driven down temporarily, but is expected to rise sharply by January in the wake of smaller livestock herds.