UTC CEO Abruptly Steps Down
United Technologies disclosed the sudden retirement of Chief Executive Louis Chenevert and named Chief Financial Officer Gregory Hayes as his successor.
11/24/2014 08:09:40pm
Federal Government to Mandate More Calorie Counts
The Obama administration plans to unveil final labeling rules on Tuesday that require restaurants with at least 20 locations to display the calorie count of food items on their menus.
11/24/2014 08:20:07pm
The End of the Impulse Shopper
As U.S. consumers become savvier and less interested in browsing, there's a new endangered species in the retail landscape: the impulse buy.
11/24/2014 08:37:50pm
Fight Over Flickr's Use of Photos
Yahoo, owner of the Flickr photo-sharing site, has upset some photographers by selling canvas prints of photos uploaded to the site and keeping all of the profits.
11/24/2014 07:57:32pm
Rural Philippine Call Center Shows Promise of New Business Model
Tanjay, a sleepy town on the central Philippine island of Negros, is home to a unique experiment: the Philippines's first rural call center.
11/24/2014 07:15:16pm
CFOs Don't Trust Cheaper Gasoline to Fuel Holiday Sales
Santa's sleigh could be turbocharged by cheaper gasoline this holiday season, even if finance chiefs in the retail sector aren't ready to promise investors stuffed stockings.
11/24/2014 08:28:21pm
BT in Talks to Buy Telefónica U.K. Unit
BT said it is in talks to buy Telefónica's U.K. mobile business, O2, as the British telecom incumbent lays out its ambitions to be a fully fledged wireless operator in the U.K.'s converging telecom market.
11/24/2014 02:01:51pm
Did Saks Sell Itself Too Low?
Saks' flagship store in Manhattan has been appraised at $3.7 billion, well above what Hudson's Bay paid to acquire the luxury retailer a year ago.
11/24/2014 06:57:57pm
Redbox Raising DVD Rental Price by 25%
Redbox is raising its DVD rental price by 25%, in a move that could improve the company's stagnant bottom line and help the Outerwall Inc. unit invest in new technology.
11/24/2014 09:51:44am
U.S. Moves to Impose Tariffs on China Tires
The U.S. took a step toward imposing tariffs on Chinese-made tires, the latest move by workers in the American tire industry to prevent jobs from moving to China.
11/24/2014 07:44:36pm
Dial N Deal - November 21st 2014
Dial N Deal takes a break Black Friday (November 28th) and returns Dcember 5th (WRTA's Drive-By Giving Day) Note: NEW Email Address: Beats Solo HD by Dr. Dre Headphones advanced driver technology, 2 peakers each...
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The 11th Hour - Guests & Topics Nov 24-28th 2014
Monday November 24th The Hollidaysburg Alumni Community Chorus' Annual Christmas Show - Images of Christmas 7pm Sat Dec 6th & 2pm Sun Dec 7th Hollidaysburg Area High School Ray Stevens on his new book Ray Stevens' Nashville and new...
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The 11th Hour Guests & Topics - Nov 17th-21st 2014
Monday Nov 17th Fishing with Walt Young Tuesday Nov 18th David Ickes Wednesday Nov 19th Barry Ickes Thursday Nov 20th Adam Conrad - Real Estate Thursday Friday Nov 21st Note: new email for listings:...
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