The Minneapolis-based retailer said Tuesday its stores will soon accept Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay and “contactless cards” from Mastercard, Visa, American Express and Discover.
The earnings, reported Wednesday, amounted to $1.09 per share, and included charges from the acquisition of Skagit Bancorp.
Wednesday’s decision by the two companies came after regulators in Washington and Idaho denied approval of the $5.3 billion sale of the Avista to the Canadian utility.
Amazon.com will use robots to deliver packages in the suburbs north of Seattle, its latest experiment to automate the last-mile of delivery that's a labor-intensive and costly component of buying products online.
Philip Mezey will retire from Itron Inc. this year, prompting the Liberty Lake company to begin the search for a new president and chief executive.
The multiyear deal, announced Tuesday morning, comes as the Mooresville, North Carolina, home improvement retailer is looking to give itself a competitive edge against its chief rival, Home Depot.
Google’s self-driving car spinoff Waymo said Tuesday it will bring a factory to Michigan, creating up to 400 jobs at what it describes as the world’s first plant “100 percent” dedicated to the mass production of autonomous vehicles.
South Korea retained the global crown in the 2019 Bloomberg Innovation Index, though improvements by Germany in research and education brought Europe’s largest economy to near-parity in the annual ranking.
Starbucks expanding drinks-delivery service to San Francisco, adding other cities in the coming weeks.
At first glance, the black-and-white Robomart vehicle, with its minimalist design and rounded body, looks like a vision of the future. But if you ignore the lack of a steering wheel and human driver, the electric, grocery-filled machine – about the size of a minivan – is actually something of a throwback.
A Chinese investigation into reports of the world’s first gene-edited babies seems to have confirmed their existence. China’s official news agency said Monday that investigators determined that the scientist acted on his own and fabricated an ethics review by others. The scientist stunned the world in November by claiming he’d altered the DNA of twin girls at conception to try to help them resist infection with the AIDS virus.
Michael Oakley was among hundreds – mostly from New York, Los Angeles and Miami – who swamped Lincoln dealerships with requests as soon as news broke on Dec. 17 of a handcrafted 80th Anniversary 2019 Continental Coach Door Edition.
Google has been fined nearly $57 million by French regulators for violating Europe’s tough new data-privacy rules, marking the first major penalty brought against a U.S. tech giant since the region-wide regulations took effect last year.
Calls are growing louder for President Donald Trump to end the trade war and government shutdown as fresh evidence pours in that businesses and consumers are losing faith in the global expansion.
There is about $1.15 trillion in outstanding U.S. leveraged loans – a record that is double the level five years ago – and those loans increasingly are being made with less protection for lenders and investors.
The $2.9 million project on the southwest corner of the intersection will also have a 4,300-square-foot convenience store.
Some customers of gun equipment company Badger Mountain Supply say the company never delivered the products they ordered.
Accounting RBC Wealth Management has announced Stan Webb and Jerry Karstetter have achieved the Presidents Council for 2018, and Kyle Weir and Garth Holbert have achieved the Directors Council for 2018.
After the bomb, Flo the Runner needed help, to walk again and just to go on living. Doctors worked on him through 18 months of surgeries and infections. A fellow soldier who’d suffered even more inspired him to fight and to live.
Small business owners with sloppy records will not only find it harder to compile their returns, the haphazard books may be costing them money, and they may overlook expenses that will lower their tax bills.
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