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Credit reporting company Equifax sent lenders incorrect credit scores for millions of consumers in the spring, with a differential of at least 25 points for about 300,000 consumers. The errors …

The U.S. Department of Energy issued a license transfer to China to allow cutting-edge battery technology and jobs to move overseas, in violation of the department’s own licensing …

Twitter has informed employees it is shuttering a San Diego office, one of 37 worldwide. The future of seven other locations is in question, and plans for a new-build office in Oakland, California, …

Los Angeles-based electric car startup Fisker Inc. reports initial orders for its battery-powered Ocean SUV have topped $300 million. Production of the vehicles begins in November in Graz, …

Ford’s July deliveries of Ford and Lincoln vehicles were 36.6% higher compared to the same month a year ago. Other automakers that report monthly sales recorded an average decrease of nearly …

The U.S. Department of Transportation proposed a rule Wednesday that would increase travelers’ protections when flights are canceled or delayed. Under the rule, passengers would be entitled …

Walmart has begun laying off corporate employees after revising its profit outlook sharply downward a week ago. A spokesperson said the layoffs would put the company in a better position for a …

Net income drops by nearly a third amid an acquisition and other adjustments.

City is selected among over 500 applicants nationwide.

The announcement coincides with the coffee and food shop’s 15th anniversary.

Miami Dolphins owner Stephen Ross has been fined $1.5 million and the team stripped of two high draft picks.

Canadian sweets-maker Candy Funhouse, the country’s largest online candy store, is hiring its inaugural CCO.

Taiwan’s National Palace Museum is making ready to evacuate its holdings in case China invades.

Taxpayers who were at least six weeks pregnant July 20 through Dec. 31, 2022, can claim an unborn child.

Domestic airfare is expected to drop 25% this month from its peak price in May.

The U.S. Senate passed a bill late Tuesday to expand health care coverage for veterans made sick by toxic burn pits.

Nearly two-thirds of voters in Kansas rejected a measure that would have restricted and regulated abortions in the state.

Eric Schmitt earned the Republican nomination for the Senate seat being vacated by incumbent Republican Sen. Roy Blunt.

Co-owner responds to State Auditor’s criticisms of special taxing districts.

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