The company is lobbying the government to narrow the Affordable Care Act's definition of 'full time,' which would mean fewer employees for it insure.
The famous advertising campaign for Kraft Foods' mustard will return with a splash -- er, spread? -- during the Oscars. But will it help boost sales?
Robbers nab $50 million in gems in a daring theft. The hit comes as some funds hope diamonds could be the next big thing for commodities.
Some analysts are puzzled by the increase, and one says the national average could easily top $4 a gallon this spring.
Zynga is preparing its first betting game, now just for the UK, but the US is sure to follow as this new tax source beckons.
Next month, the big-box retailer will start matching competitors' prices, including those of Amazon, which is the trend's biggest beneficiary.
The domestic diva is reportedly insisting on high-end materials for her line of home products, raising profit concerns for the struggling retailer.
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