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  • Nov 14- U.S. federal energy regulators on Wednesday approved a request by TransCanada Corp's Columbia Gas Transmission unit to put the eastern facilities of its $900 million WB XPress natural gas pipeline into service in West Virginia and Virginia. WB XPress is one of several pipelines designed to connect growing output in the Marcellus and Utica shale...

  • WASHINGTON, Nov 14- U.S. consumer prices increased by the most in nine months in October amid gains in the cost of gasoline and rents, pointing to steadily rising inflation that likely will keep the Federal Reserve on track to raise interest rates again next month. "Fed officials are likely to look past the swings in energy prices that could slow the overall CPI in...

  • They last traded down 2.4 percent at $34.94. "I would characterize the quarter as solid but not great," said research firm Retail Metrics founder Ken Perkins. Chief Executive Jeffrey Gennette said the Cincinnati, Ohio- based retailer was so encouraged by the expansion of its Backstage discount stores, which sell excess and off-season inventory at steep...

  • View of Baltimore's Inner Harbor from Federal Hill Park.

    One New England city offers nearly $80,000 worth of incentives.

  • The maker of Tide detergent and Oral-B toothpaste said the new divisions- fabric and home care, baby and feminine care, family care and new ventures, grooming, health care, and beauty care- will have their own chief executive officers who will report to CEO David Taylor. P&G's move comes after billionaire investor Nelson Peltz was appointed to the company's board...

  • Nov 8- The trade landscape in the U.S. House of Representatives will shift significantly next year following Democrats' seizure of control in Tuesday's elections. Pelosi also has applauded Trump's initial round of tariffs against China, citing the need to combat China's "brazenly unfair trade policies". Richard Neal of Massachusetts is expected to become...

  • CHICAGO, Nov 8- Is there a cure for death? Some Silicon Valley billionaires are looking for it- or at least a way to extend life spans dramatically, perhaps by hundreds of years. Silicon Valley is trying to conquer the wrong problem in the wrong way, he told me in an interview.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 8- Is there a cure for death? Some Silicon Valley billionaires are looking for it- or at least a way to extend life spans dramatically, perhaps by hundreds of years. Silicon Valley is trying to conquer the wrong problem in the wrong way, he told me in an interview.

  • Republican Gubernatorial Candidate Ohio Attorney General Mike DeWine stands on stage with one of his grandchildren after making a late pitch to supporters during a campaign event at the Boat House at Confluence Park on November 2, 2018 in Columbus, Ohio. 

    The 71-year-old Ohio attorney general will defeat Democrat Richard Cordray, who came up short even as Democratic Sen. Sherrod Brown was projected to win re-election.

  • Republican congressional candidate Troy Balderson.

    The 56-year-old representative will defeat Democrat Danny O'Connor for the second time in only a few months. He won an August special election for the red-leaning seat near Columbus.

  • Early swing races in states where polls close at 7:30 p.m. ET or earlier could provide clues into how the rest of the night will go for Democrats and Republicans as they fight for congressional majorities.

  • US President Donald Trump alongside radio talk show host Rush Limbaugh arrive at a Make America Great Again rally in Cape Girardeau, Missouri on November 5, 2018. 

    On the eve of an historic midterm election, the president held rallies in three states and made it clear that he sees Tuesday's vote as a referendum on himself and his presidency.

  • CHICAGO, Nov 5- North American farmers are finding increased levels of a plant toxin known as vomitoxin in this year's corn harvest, adding insult to injury for growers already suffering as the U.S.- China trade war hurts soybean exports and crop prices. They will literally starve to death before eating it, "said Indiana grain inspector Doug Titus of Titus Grain...

  • factories@ SMYRNA, Tenn., Nov 1- At points along the. assembly line at Nissan Motor Co Ltd's largest U.S. Nissan calls the system "pick to the light," and it helps workers get the right part for whichever of six different vehicles built at the plant, according to Ryan Fulkerson, director of new model engineering during a walk along the line.

  • Sen. Sherrod Brown with John Harwood 

    CNBC's John Harwood on Friday talked with Sen. Sherrod Brown, D-Ohio, who is up for re-election on Nov. 6. Here, they discuss drug pricing.

  • *FAANGs lead rebound after rough month. Oct 31- U.S. stocks rose for a second day on Wednesday, as investors snapped up beaten-down technology favorites and strong results for General Motors and a host of other companies lifted spirits at the end of a torrid month for global equities. "It seems to be back to risk-on this morning, especially with the FAANGs leading the...

  • DETROIT, Oct 31- General Motors Co on Wednesday stepped up efforts to cut costs in response to tariff and market pressures, even as it reported third-quarter profit that blew past Wall Street expectations. About 18,000 of the company's 50,000 salaried employees in North America are eligible for the buyouts, the company spokesman said. GM's move to cut staff...

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 29- Wells Fargo& Co will not finish paying back the estimated 600,000 customers it wrongly charged for auto insurance until at least 2020, the bank said in a letter to U.S. lawmakers seen by Reuters. U.S. regulators slapped Wells Fargo with a $1 billion penalty in April when it admitted to wrongly forcing drivers into auto insurance policies.

  • WASHINGTON, Oct 29- The top U.S. coal miners union has put a larger share of its campaign donations behind Democrats ahead of the Nov. 6 elections than in 2016, as dimming hopes for a coal industry revival led by President Donald Trump reinforce fears about the safety of worker pensions. The United Mine Workers of America has donated nearly 84 percent of its money to...

  • Oct 25- Injury rates have more than doubled at five West Virginia coal mines acquired by Murray Energy Corp. in 2013, according to a Reuters review of federal data, as the firm sharply increased the amount of coal produced per manhour. The injury rate at the five mines averaged 6.35 per 200,000 work hours last year, up from 2.79 in 2013, the last year CONSOL operated...