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.
Employees at Romano's Macaroni Grill received the news on a staffwide conference call Monday morning that they had lost their jobs, effective immediately.
Gas prices have fallen for 88 straight days, according to AAA, the longest consecutive decline on record. Cheaper gas has acted like a tax cut to free up money for Americans to spend on other items, including cars, clothes and appliances.
A law passed by voters in 2006 provides an annual cost-of-living adjustment to Missouri's minimum wage.
As the holidays grow closer, Columbia's Candy Factory prepares for the season.
Columbia City Council members felt private interests should help bear the costs of the proposed contract with Retail Strategies.
With lower gas prices, gas stations are seeing larger profits.
The online taxi company refuses to disable the app for Columbia, and city officials say they will continue to punish individual drivers.
Teen retailers, such as Abercrombie & Fitch, are facing ho-hum results at a time when overall U.S. retail sales are up 5.1 percent over the past 12 months.
The lawsuits filed in San Francisco Superior Court concern the company's driver background checks and other allegations.
The company is also planning to open its stores earlier and redesign the stores' layouts to match the St. Louis store, expected to open in early 2015.
REDI held its first Economic Trends Conference on Friday morning, with talks about higher education trends and city trends dominating the conversation.