In Columbus, you may have noticed Hooper's has closed.
An estimated 3 million commercial truck and bus drivers must electronically record their hours behind the wheel under a new government rule aimed at enforcing regulations designed to prevent fatigue.
Food companies are mounting an aggressive year-end push to head off mandatory labeling of genetically modified foods.
The Federal Trade Commission said Monday that it is seeking to block the proposed combination of Staples and Office Depot because the deal would reduce competition in the office supplies market.
The use of Internet-ready devices like smartphones appears to have seriously cut into the time Americans spend watching traditional TV, new Nielsen data show, potentially undermining the notion that mobile devices merely serve as "second screens" while people are plopped in front of the set.
A chunk of downtown Columbus is about to change a lot. Specifically, the area near the intersection of Catfish Alley and Main Street.
The Kemper County power plant was supposed to be up and running by now, showing the world how to burn coal without spewing climate-warming carbon pollution into the air.
Internal Revenue Service criminal investigators will not continue to use cellphone-tracking technology without first seeking a warrant, the IRS commissioner told Congress in a letter made public Tuesday.
The FBI processed a record number of firearms background checks on Black Friday, the agency said Tuesday.
Shoppers traded bricks for clicks on Monday, flocking online to snap up "Cyber Monday" deals on everything from cashmere sweaters to Star Wars toys.
Kid's technology maker VTech says the personal information of about 5 million of its customers and their children may have been stolen by hackers.
The annual ritual of Black Friday, as we know it, is over.
Online fraud spikes during the holiday shopping season, as people searching for the perfect gifts take to cyberspace and head to traditional stores armed with their smartphones.
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