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  • Fact sheet: 2015 GMC Sierra HD Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 12:10 PM ET

    BASE PRICE: $44,290 for 4 WD double cab, standard box SLE; $44,485 for 4 WD double cab, long box SLE; $46,095 for 4 WD crew cab, standard box SLE; $50,870 for 4 WD crew cab, standard box SLT. BUILT IN: Fort Wayne, Indiana. OPTIONS: Duramax Plus package $9,785; All Terrain package $1,005; power sunroof $995; upgrade to 20- inch wheels and tires $650; chrome trailering mirrors $230.

  • Arkansas legislators endorse $87 million incentive package Wednesday, 27 May 2015 | 12:03 PM ET

    LITTLE ROCK, Ark.— An $87 million incentive package intended to bring a military vehicle assembly plant to south Arkansas easily won initial approval from lawmakers Wednesday, with a handful of Republicans opposing the move as the wrong way to attract business to the state. The Arkansas House voted 96-0 in favor of the plan to issue bonds if Lockheed Martin wins a...

  • Retailers Walgreen Co and Payless Shoesource Inc, and hotel chain group Choice Hotels International Inc on Tuesday followed the lead of General Mills Inc in removing their ads from the program. "We share your concerns and we have decided to remove our advertising from the show," said Choice Hotels, which runs Comfort Inn and Econo Lodge chains, among others.

  • NEW YORK— Amazon is hiring 6,000 full-time workers to staff up across its more than 50 distribution centers in the U.S. Its $99 annual Prime membership service comes with free two-day delivery on many items. The Seattle- based company employed about 154,100 full-time and part-time workers in total at the end of 2014..

  • FORT WAYNE, Ind.— General Motors announced Tuesday it would spend $1.2 billion on new facilities and technology at an Indiana factory where it builds Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra pickup trucks. No plans for additional jobs were announced as part of the Fort Wayne expansion, which is part of GM's plan to invest $5.4 billion at its U.S. plants over the next...

  • SACRAMENTO, Calif.— The California Assembly on Friday approved one of the nation's toughest bans on plastic, exfoliating microbeads that are polluting waterways. Manufacturers already have pledged to phase out the materials, including L'Oreal, Unilever and Johnson& Johnson, and use natural alternatives such as apricot shells and cocoa beans.

  • LONDON, May 22- U.S. Steel Corp said it is close to filing several anti-dumping complaints with U.S. authorities, adding it is still having to consider idling more plants because of difficult market conditions. The Pittsburgh- based company has idled plants in Indiana, Illinois, Alabama, Texas, Ohio and Arkansas this year. It's no longer a matter of if we're going to...

  • Private equity fund buying Cincinnati-based Frisch's Friday, 22 May 2015 | 9:07 AM ET

    Frisch's Restaurants Inc. said NRD Partners I will buy all outstanding shares for $34 each, or some $175 million. The regional chain of the Big Boy mascot and namesake two-burger sandwich owns some 95 family restaurants in Ohio, Kentucky and Indiana. Frisch's says it owns the "Big Boy" trademark in Kentucky and Indiana, and in most of Ohio and Tennessee.

  • The high-definition stream from Alaska's remote Round Island had been dormant for nearly a decade after private funding ran out, but a version is back now, thanks to a philanthropic organization that operates a series of nature webcams from around the planet. If the donation hadn't come through, Round Island would have been closed to visitors this year.

  • The high-definition stream from Alaska's remote Round Island had been dormant for nearly a decade after private funding ran out, but a high-definition version is back now, thanks to a philanthropic organization that operates a series of nature webcams from around the planet. If the donation hadn't come through, Round Island would have been closed to visitors...

  • WASHINGTON, May 21- The largest overhaul of U.S. financial industry reform since the 2008 crisis hit a roadblock on Thursday, as a regulation relief bill passed a Senate committee with zero Democrats in support. Wall Street dodged a tough provision as Republican Senator David Vitter withdrew his amendments, the most significant being a minimum 10 percent...

  • Arkansas governor proposes $87M bond package for project Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 12:22 PM ET

    Asa Hutchinson on Thursday said he's proposing that the state issue $87 million in bonds to help Lockheed Martin land a defense contract for its south Arkansas facility. "It's a competitive marketplace as to which company gets to produce the 55,000 vehicles for the Department of Defense, and we want to do the state's part to make sure that Lockheed Martin and...

  • State Department employee is accused of sending threatening emails to college-aged women in the U.S. from his computer at the U.S. Embassy in London, authorities said. Authorities apprehended him last week at Atlanta's airport as he prepared to board a flight back to London after visiting relatives in Georgia. Investigators say he began working at the London...

  • CVS paying $10.4B in cash for drug distributor Omnicare Thursday, 21 May 2015 | 7:18 AM ET

    CVS Health will pay more than $10 billion for pharmaceutical distributor Omnicare in a deal primed to feed its fast-growing specialty drug business and tap a lucrative and growing market: care for the elderly. Omnicare's long-term care business operates in 47 states and the District of Columbia. Cincinnati- based Omnicare's core business involves...

  • Shoe Carnival tops 1Q profit forecasts Wednesday, 20 May 2015 | 4:30 PM ET

    EVANSVILLE, Ind. _ Shoe Carnival Inc. on Wednesday reported fiscal first-quarter profit of $10.4 million. Shoe Carnival expects full-year earnings to be $1.42 to $1.48 per share, with revenue in the range of $977 million to $991 million. Shoe Carnival shares have increased slightly more than 9 percent since the beginning of the year.

  • Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine announced the pact that Equifax, Experian and TransUnion struck with attorneys general in 31 states. "I am pleased that our agreement brings about reforms that will provide for more effective dealings and better communication between consumers and the credit reporting agencies," said Alabama Attorney General Luther...

  • NEW BRUNSWICK, N.J.— Johnson& Johnson is predicting big returns from its prescription drug business, both financially and medically, as it develops treatments and strategies to intervene earlier and prevent or reduce the damage from several conditions, including Alzheimer's disease and diabetes. "We believe we will continue to deliver above-industry growth...

  • PORTLAND, Ore.— Oregon is about to embark on a first-in-the-nation program that aims to charge car owners not for the fuel they use, but for the miles they drive. Starting July 1, up to 5,000 volunteers in Oregon can sign up to drive with devices that collect data on how much they have driven and where. The volunteers will agree to pay 1.5 cents for each mile traveled on...

  • GOLETA, Calif.— An oil spill from a ruptured onshore pipeline that fouled beaches and threatened wildlife along a scenic stretch of the California coast spread across 9 miles of ocean Wednesday and officials said up to 105,000 gallons may have leaked out. Federal regulators were investigating the leak as workers in protective suits raked and shoveled stinky...

  • BOSTON— Victims of a 2012 meningitis outbreak caused by a now-closed Massachusetts compounding pharmacy will have access to a $200 million compensation fund, following approval Tuesday by a federal bankruptcy judge. It is part of a plan to liquidate the assets of the Framingham- based center approved by U.S. Bankruptcy Court Judge Henry Boroff.