Business
Google, Cablevision Challenge Wireless Business Model
Google and Cablevision Systems are preparing new cellphone services that would turn the wireless industry's business model on its head, increasing pressure on companies already dealing with a price war.
01/26/2015 12:35:38am
Inroads Made by Apple Pay Propel 'Mobile Wallet' Idea
Apple's Apple Pay payments service, now three months old, is making progress toward a goal that has eluded other mobile wallets: persuading people to use it.
01/26/2015 12:12:23am
Roughnecks Make Hard Hats Their Canvas
In the oil fields, where hard hats abound, so do hard-hat stickers, blue-collar badges of street cred that advertise everything from the wearer's job experience and professional affiliations to favorite local eateries.
01/25/2015 10:56:10pm
Siemens Chief Faces Heat on Deal
Siemens Chief Executive Joe Kaeser is expected to face tough questions from investors on Tuesday over the high price he agreed in September to pay for oil equipment maker Dresser-Rand Group.
01/26/2015 12:41:12am
British Airways Owner Closes In on Aer Lingus
British Airways-parent International Consolidated Airlines Group is a step closer to buying Aer Lingus after the Irish carrier said it is considering a sweetened takeover offer from its bigger rival.
01/26/2015 03:23:22am
'American Sniper' Tags Another Win
The war drama crosses the $200 million mark; Jennifer Lopez's ?The Boy Next Door' places second.
01/25/2015 07:49:15pm
Few Weapons Left for Defense Firms
U.S. defense companies became a safe haven for investors over the past two years, but new leadership in the Pentagon and on Capitol Hill could reduce advantages that helped the sector outperform the broader market.
01/25/2015 09:24:11pm
Regulatory Concern Hangs Over Reynolds-Lorillard Deal
As Reynolds and Lorillard head into a shareholder vote Wednesday about their planned merger, the stock price of Lorillard indicates that investors are worried the deal won't pass regulatory muster.
01/25/2015 07:41:51pm
Obama Administration Moves to Ban Drilling in Arctic Refuge
The Obama administration is moving this week to designate areas of Alaska off limits to oil and natural gas drilling in its latest effort to bolster its environmental legacy.
01/25/2015 11:11:42pm
U.S. and India Advance Nuclear Trade
President Barack Obama and Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said they made tangible progress on a range of issues with movement on civil nuclear trade defense cooperation and climate change.
01/25/2015 11:14:38pm
 
The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics - Jan 26th-30th 2015
Monday Jan 26th Jerry Zolten - Penn State Altoona Musicologist The Rise & Fall of Paramount Records No. 2 Tuesday Jan 27th David Ickes Wednesday Jan 28th Rev. Stewart McClelland Altoona Bible Church celebrating 3,000+ broadcasts...
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Dial N Deal - January 23rd 2015
Soloflex Complete Home Weight Machine Exerciser New was $1,950 - $299 SnoJoe Electric Snow Shovel - $52 John, Altoona 944-7429 Yamaha Sound System 300 watts, six channels, horn speakers, 2 mic stands, 2 mics, cables - $600 Jim, Altoona...
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The 11th Hour - Guests & Topic - Jan 19th - 23rd 2015
Monday Jan 19th James B. Huntington, PH.D Choosing a Lasting Career The Job-by-Job Outlook for Work's New Age Work's New Age Blog Tuesday Jan 20th David Ickes Wednesday Jan 21st The Amazing Kreskin and Rocky LaPorte Last...
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