Despite plans to split, HP earnings show it's still grappling with sluggish PC business
Md. grants $400K to town of Grantsville to help establish cheese manufacturing plant
EU Commission says no sanction for France, Italy on their budgets yet; gives them till spring
Dipomats say WTO reaches trade deal to cut red tape, lift millions out of poverty
On this Black Friday, some shoppers are being asked to make a political statement with their dollars.
Immigrants in US illegally but granted work permits could qualify for some retirement benefits
Dutch open 'Blue Energy' plant to generate electricity where fresh and salt water meet
Argentine tax agency files criminal complaint against HSBC for 4,000 undeclared Swiss accounts
OPEC's decision to leave output unchanged hits prices as stocks steady on Wall Street holiday
Apple's $700 billion in market value conjures fanciful shopping sprees
US agency threatens fines, legal action against air bag maker for balking at national recall
European Central Bank head says currency bloc incomplete, needs better oversight of economies
After bailout talks hit fresh delays, Greece says under pressure for new austerity measures
Premiums for many popular plans are going up. How will consumers react?
From Springfield Town Center to Tysons, from the Mall in Columbia to the Mall at Prince Georges, the holiday shopping season is in full swing -- and so is the competition to find the best parking spot.
Thanksgiving Eve: Very busy on planes, trains and automobiles, but not the busiest of the year
Forget an ingredient for your Thanksgiving meal? Here's which major local grocery stores are open and their hours.
Lackluster consumer, business spending may slow US growth in final months of 2014
If you're spending your Thanksgiving Day at the office, you're not alone, according to a survey.
Unemployment in Germany, Europe's largest economy, remains at steady 6.3 percent in November
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