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Time magazine named Joe Biden and Kamala Harris 2020's Person of the Year.

Mastercard has ended the use of its cards on pornography platform Pornhub.

Walt Disney Co. is raising the monthly price of its streaming service by a dollar a month.

Studies reflect organizations that financially outperform industry competitors have more leadership diversity. Organizations with above-average gender and racial/ethnic diversity had at least 30% …

Three businesses receive $15,000 apiece after approval by the Greene County Commission.

The schools plan to work together on sustainable community development initiatives.

Ingersoll Rand is the buyer in a deal valued at $184 million.

Progress on Prop S continues across the city.

Jim Tatum, who led efforts to found Crowder College in Neosho, has died. He was 95.

Missouri Attorney General Eric Schmitt yesterday announced the state's support for Texas Attorney General Ken Paxton's efforts to reverse President Donald Trump’s election loss.

Facebook reportedly may be forced to sell its WhatsApp and Instagram assets after the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and nearly every U.S. state filed antitrust suits against the social media company.

Sony Corp. reached a deal to purchase anime streaming website Crunchyroll from AT&T for $1.2 billion.

The U.S. Labor Department today reported there were 853,000 first-time unemployment benefit filings last week.

DoorDash's initial public offering on Wednesday gave the ride-hailing company a $60.2 billion market valuation.

Airbnb is making its Wall Street debut today.

Scientists released a study that found manmade materials now likely outweigh all natural life on Earth.

Solar is an investment asset similar to real estate or bonds. But with solar, the business is investing in tangible solar assets that cut operating costs, expand cash flow, and deliver attractive …

There are a few different ways to work remotely and be able to access all of your work files and other resources available on your company’s local network. Two well known vendors, Logmein and …

OSHA puts a heavy focus each year on four categories: falls, struck by objects, caught between objects & electrocutions. These account for about 3 deaths each day within the US workforce. …

Officials cite strong wind generation and less coal usage.

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