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The federal government’s settlement with the British bank allows HSBC to avoid criminal penalties.
NEW YORK — The drug cartels’ boxes of cash fit precisely into tellers’ windows at their bank in Mexico.
Governor signs legislation that essentially prohibits agreements that make union membership or fees a condition of employment. Labor groups vow to overturn it.
NEW YORK —- Labor relations in the Midwest reached a new level of acrimony as Michigan Gov. Rick Snyder abruptly signed legislation placing limits on unions, setting up a bitter political battle that could resonate nationwide.
The American restaurant industry is headed into a year full of obstacles, including health coverage costs related to “Obamacare,” employee turnover, rising food costs and weak consumer spending.
Controversial “right-to-work” legislation covering public-sector employees passed the Michigan House of Representatives on Tuesday, bringing it one step closer to being signed into law.
An experimental robotic space plane developed for the Air Force is slated to be launched Tuesday from Cape Canaveral, Fla., fueling an ongoing mystery about its hush-hush payload and overall mission.
A National Intelligence Council report projects that by 2030 the U.S. will become energy independent and that China will overtake the U.S. as the world’s largest economy.
WASHINGTON — Majorities of people in most countries will achieve middle-class economic status by 2030, but the effects of climate change, an aging global population and anti-government movements in authoritarian nations such as China could cause upheaval in economic and political systems.
NBCUniversal has installed new management and increased the operating budget at the Spanish-language network, which has lagged behind rival Univision.
Telemundo has long been like a remote Caribbean island, cut off from its sprawling media homeland.
With a little over two weeks left before Christmas, it’s crunch time for shoppers –- and shippers too.
Satellite broadcaster DirecTV has quietly taken a step toward selling some sports channels separately from the rest of the programming it offers on several of its most popular programming packages.