Consumer Products And Services

State of small business more mixed than administration says

May 1, 2019

While Trump administration officials say the president's policies are helping the economy and in turn small businesses, reports by economists and surveys of owners show the state of small business is more mixed

Wynn Resorts fined $35M for misconduct allegations response

May 1, 2019

Massachusetts gambling regulators have levied a $35 million fine on Wynn Resorts but allowed it to retain its state casino license after failing to disclose allegations of sexual misconduct against company founder Steve Wynn

Apple's fiscal 2Q revenue, profit sag amid iPhone slump

Apr 30, 2019

Apple is still grappling with weakening iPhone demand as the company creates more services designed to bring in a steady flow of money from its 1.4 billion devices still in use

Test dummies fall off Jersey shore coaster during safety run

Apr 30, 2019

The operators of a New Jersey shore amusement park say a roller coaster there is safe after a pair of water-filled test dummies fell off during a recent test ride

Official: 3 dead in helicopter crash in Honolulu suburb

Apr 30, 2019

Officials say three people died when a helicopter crashed on a street in suburban Honolulu

Robotics startup that made cute toy Cozmo shuts down

Apr 29, 2019

A startup that tried to advance the dream of intelligent robots in the home with its toy robot Cozmo is shutting down

Markets Right Now: Banks lead stock indexes slightly higher

Apr 29, 2019

Stocks eked out modest gains on Wall Street, enough to push the S&P 500 and Nasdaq indexes a bit further into record territory.

Ethane storage seen as key to revitalization of Appalachia

Apr 29, 2019

Two companies plan to build underground facilities to store a byproduct of natural gas drilling that's seen as key to creating a petrochemical and plastics industries and tens of thousands of jobs in a long-struggling Appalachian region

Donations, pigs part of Las Vegas' efforts to cut food waste

Apr 28, 2019

Food-waste reduction has taken hold in a city famous for excess: Las Vegas

Vacant land becoming asset as development returns to Detroit

Apr 28, 2019

As development returns to Detroit, the city's vacant land is becoming an asset

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