The Department of Homeland Security is warning Lenovo users to uninstall Superfish software because of the danger from hackers. The software, a visual recognition program, is designed to aid online shoppers.
Although Americans support three key proposals from President Obama's State of the Union speech, they don't approve of the job he's doing to help the middle class.
Diana Kander learned her entrepreneurial spirit from her parents. The family started making dental products in their basement after they came to the United States from the Soviet Union in 1989, when Kander was 8 years old.
The deal would add Orbitz, CheapTickets and HotelClub to Expedia's list of assets, which already includes Hotels.com, Hotwire and Trivago.
The Columbia Mall RadioShack is one of more than 1,700 locations that RadioShack announced it would be closing in the near future.
"Farmer florists" are a growing business aimed at providing customers the option to buy local cut flowers.
The second annual Grand Love Vendor Fair brought vendors and Valentine's Day shoppers together Saturday afternoon at the Cherry Hill Event Center.
Low unemployment means companies are struggling to fill openings.
The store at Columbia Mall was included on a potential store closure list posted on the electronics chain's website. The other Columbia location, at 2013 W. Worley St., was not on the list.
CME Group, the parent company of the Chicago Board and Trade, announced Wednesday it is shutting down trading in 21 trading pits in Chicago in New York.
Tom Wheeler, chairman of the Federal Communications Commission, proposed changes intended to keep Internet service providers like Comcast and AT&T from slowing down Internet speeds. Equal access to the Internet is on the road to becoming a public utility.
The company says they are the first disposable AA and AAA alkaline batteries made with recycled batteries.
The announcement follows a national settlement with credit rating agency Standard & Poor's. The settlement concerned allegations that Standard & Poor's knowingly inflated ratings of risky mortgage investments that helped trigger that 2008 financial crisis.
As the professional football's biggest night approaches, the NFL is watching to see how companies use its trademark phrase "Super Bowl." Some companies are opting away from toeing the line of copyright infringement and using the "big game" or "game day."
REDI expresses confidence in the tech firm that announced an unspecified number of layoffs Wednesday.
Some Columbia residents lost their jobs at IBM on Wednesday, but formal notice of the number of people who were laid off has not been released.
Commercial diesel engines changed significantly after the EPA passed regulations in 2010 that altered the industry. Now the engines are cleaner, more powerful and much more efficient — and sales figures show consumers are noticing.
The fast-food chain is considering new menu choices and ways for customers to order to reverse falling sales worldwide.
The craft doughnut shop has been delivering doughnuts since June and originally planned to open its doors in the fall.
Despite a few wobbles, the U.S. stock market climbed 11.4 percent and ended the year close to record levels.