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  • Utah considers rejecting daylight saving time Friday, 11 Jul 2014 | 7:17 AM ET

    SALT LAKE CITY— Utah residents said Thursday that officials should reject daylight saving time and join Arizona and Hawaii as the only states that don't adjust their clocks. Switching times "makes business more difficult" because it puts Utah out of step with neighboring Arizona for much of the year, said Joe Miller, who works in computer science.

  • Retrial of federal agent begins in Hawaii killing Thursday, 10 Jul 2014 | 10:01 AM ET

    HONOLULU— The attorney for a federal agent charged with murder in Hawaii told jurors Thursday that the defendant acted in line with his law-enforcement training when he shot and killed a man inside a fast-food restaurant in 2011..

  • CHICAGO, July 8- Federal regulators widened the recall of salmonella-tainted chicken produced by Foster Farms to include products believed to have been sent to military bases in five states to feed personnel and their families, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture on Tuesday.

  • CHICAGO, July 8- Federal regulators widened the recall of salmonella-tainted chicken produced by California- based Foster Farms to include products believed to have been send to military bases in five states to feed personnel and their families, according to U.S. Department of Agriculture on Tuesday.

  • DETROIT, July 8- Subaru of America is recalling 8,557 older model cars in the United States equipped with potentially defective air bag inflators made by Japan's Takata Corp, the automaker and U.S. safety regulators said on Tuesday.

  • July 7- United Airlines said on Monday it plans to outsource more than 630 union jobs at 12 U.S. airports in a cost-saving move. United Airlines would shift these jobs from its payroll and hire other companies to provide the employees, under the outsourcing plan. "This is a bad business decision for United Airlines," Carlson said.

  • July 7- United Airlines said on Monday it plans to outsource more than 630 jobs at 12 U.S. airports in a cost-saving move. United Airlines would shift these jobs from its payroll and hire other companies to provide the employees, under the outsourcing plan.

  • United shifting jobs at 12 airports to cut costs Monday, 7 Jul 2014 | 4:37 PM ET

    DALLAS— United Airlines is outsourcing more than 600 jobs at 12 airports around the country to cut costs while adding jobs at other airports.

  • TORONTO, July 7- WestJet Airlines Ltd, Canada's No. 2 carrier, said on Monday it planned to fly its own wide-body planes as early as the autumn of 2015 and was in advanced stages of sourcing the long-haul aircraft, a move that may heat up competition with larger rival Air Canada.

  • *California is one of the biggest markets in U.S. for Honda. *Move comes after Honda learned of air bag incident in California. "While this case does not match the areas that NHTSA has determined, Honda is adding California into the areas in which it is conducting a regional recall in order to investigate the cause," the Honda spokeswoman said.

  • California chicken linked to salmonella recalled Friday, 4 Jul 2014 | 12:10 AM ET

    The U.S. Department of Food and Agriculture said it has found evidence directly linking Foster Farms boneless-skinless chicken breast to a case of Salmonella Heidelberg, an antibiotic-resistant strain of the disease that has sickened more than 500 people in the past 16 months and led to pressure from food safety advocates for federal action against the company.

  • Plane returns to Seattle with chanting passenger Thursday, 3 Jul 2014 | 12:25 PM ET

    SEATTLE— Officials say a man who was loudly chanting on an Alaska Airlines flight from Seattle to Hawaii made the other passengers uncomfortable and prompted the crew to return and drop him off with law enforcement at Sea-Tac Airport. Airlines spokeswoman Nancy Trott says the captain made the right decision for safety Wednesday night.

  • WASHINGTON, July 2- An official at the U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission broke ranks with other commissioners and voted against granting BNP Paribas a waiver to continue operating several investment advisory units in the United States.

  • Recovery of lost jobs by states, at a glance Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014 | 4:52 PM ET

    WASHINGTON— The United States in May finally recovered all the jobs lost to the Great Recession. But 32 states still don't have as many jobs as they did when the recession officially began in December 2007. The rankings from best to worst:.

  • "I'm grateful that the SEC took the time to consider all the facts and drop the investigation," Matthew Korenberg, the former Goldman banker, said. Korenberg's lawyer John Hueston said the SEC had initially authorized its staff to take action against Korenberg, 39, who worked in San Francisco on Goldman's healthcare team.

  • Hawaii utility using lasers to protect seabirds Wednesday, 2 Jul 2014 | 9:01 AM ET

    LIHUE, Hawaii— Kauai's electric utility is experimenting with using lasers to protect migrating seabirds. The Kauai Island Utility Cooperative said Tuesday it's attaching 30 lasers to transmission poles in Eleele. The utility may install the lasers elsewhere on Kauai if the experiment is successful.

  • CoreLogic: US home prices rose more slowly in May Tuesday, 1 Jul 2014 | 8:01 AM ET

    Data provider CoreLogic said Tuesday that prices increased 8.8 percent in May compared with 12 months earlier. The pace of gains has slowed as more homes have come onto the market, according to CoreLogic. But CoreLogic's monthly figures aren't adjusted for seasonal patterns, such as warmer weather, which can affect sales.

  • *Takata CEO says still examining recall costs- shareholder. TOKYO, June 26- Japanese auto parts maker Takata Corp could face a $500 million charge and a net loss this year- its second in three years- as a widening recall of air bag inflators begins to kindle worries despite its deep pockets.

  • *Honda, Nissan, Mazda recall vehicles for potential Takata air bag issue. TOKYO/ DETROIT, June 23- Honda Motor Co and other Japanese automakers on Monday recalled almost 3 million cars with potentially explosive air bags supplied by Takata Corp, bringing the total recall so far to about 10.5 million vehicles over the past five years.

  • BMW examines cars for potential airbag problems Monday, 23 Jun 2014 | 9:50 AM ET

    FRANKFURT, June 23- Germany's BMW Group is analysing a limited number of its cars in Hawaii, Puerto Rico and the Virgin Islands, it said on Monday, as part of a broader investigation into the safety of air bags supplied by Japan's Takata Corp..