U.S. stock indexes stemmed an early slide Friday, finishing mostly higher and nudging the benchmark S&P 500 index to its second weekly gain in a row.
Avista will ask regulators in Washington, Idaho and Oregon to approve higher rates for electricity and natural gas that would take effect in early 2020.
For more than a century, The Spokesman-Review has been printed in downtown Spokane. That will change in late 2019 or early 2020, when the newspaper’s print publishing operations move to a Spokane Valley industrial park.
By any measure, it’s been a difficult time at Fox. The studio is preparing to downsize considerably as it is swallowed by Disney as early as the end of the month. So the one thing the 83-year-old studio wouldn’t want is to go out on a sour note. And Wednesday, it revealed it wasn’t – thanks to a most improbable savior.
In its earnings report released Thursday morning, Twitter said it has 126 million daily active users, a figure that is dwarfed by Facebook’s 1.2 billion daily users and that falls short of Snapchat’s daily users by 60 million.
A plan to keep Sears Holdings Corp. alive and tens of thousands of people employed was approved Thursday by a federal Bankruptcy Court judge.
U.S. long-term mortgage rates fell this week to a 10-month low, spurring on potential homebuyers for the upcoming season.
Johnson & Johnson says it will start giving the list price of its prescription drugs in television ads. The company would be the first drugmaker to take that step.
Food delivery services like Uber Eats and Grubhub are taking off like a rocket. But some restaurants aren’t on board.
Shopko will close two additional stores in the Spokane area as the Wisconsin-based retailer seeks to reorganize and emerge from bankruptcy.
J.C. Penney Co. plans to stop selling major appliances as new Chief Executive Officer Jill Soltau overhauls the troubled department store chain.
Spotify is making a bigger bet on podcasts as it looks to bring a Netflix-like model of original programs to the audio world. The music-streaming pioneer gobbled up two podcasting companies, Gimlet and Anchor, on Wednesday.
Dodson’s Jewelers announced its last day of business is Feb. 16. In November, the company
Apple is not just a giant of technology, it has also grown into one of the biggest American retailers, with more than 500 stores across five continents. But the shine of its signature stores has dimmed, and the shops are facing a pivotal moment – even before Apple announced this week that its retail chief will soon depart.
Now highly profitable after losing billions in the 2000s, they are plowing money into new planes, fancy seats with more legroom, airport lounges and other perks, many of which are aimed squarely at well-heeled travelers.
Fisher-Price is voluntarily recalling about 44,000 Children’s Power Wheels Barbie Dream Campers because they can keep running after the foot pedal is released.
The nation’s federal financial watchdog said Wednesday that it plans to roll back most of its consumer protections governing payday lenders.
U.S. service companies grew in January at the slowest pace in six months, amid concern over the impact of the partial government shutdown on the economy.
Volunteers of America Thrift Store managers Bill and Teresa Mitchell say they have closed shop after a recent increase to their monthly lease.
In Eastern Washington, a cold February will give way to milder temperatures in March and April, said Art Douglas, a weatherman for farmers. July and August will bring “some heat” and drier than normal conditions.
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