Drivers in eight Midwest states will be able to fuel up with E15 gasoline-ethanol blends any time of year, starting in 2025, the EPA announced.
Starting with tickets booked on Saturday, United Airlines economy-class passengers on domestic flights will be charged $5 more for checked bags.
Separately, the San Francisco-based company announced plans for its initial public offering Wednesday.
U.S. applications for unemployment benefits fell to its lowest level in five weeks, dropping by 12,000 to 201,000 for the week ending Feb. 17.
Japan’s benchmark Nikkei 225 index surged Thursday past the record it set in 1989 before its financial bubble burst.
Officials at Internal Revenue Service will begin conducting audits on businesses’ private jets and how they are used personally by executives and become a tax deduction.
A manufacturer of ghost guns has agreed to stop selling its untraceable, unassembled firearms to Maryland residents, under a settlement agreement announced by the city of Baltimore.
American Airlines is raising the cost of checking bags and pushing customers to buy tickets directly from the airline if they want to earn frequent-flyer points.
Walmart is buying the smart TV maker Vizio for $2.3 billion.
Capital One Financial is buying Discover Financial Services for $35 billion.
The Biden administration intends to provide $1.5 billion to the company GlobalFoundries in support of computer chip production in New York and Vermont.
Nike is cutting 2% of its global workforce, or about 1,600 jobs, as the athletic wear giant aims to cut expense and reinvest into sport, health and wellness.
United Auto Workers union is threatening to go on strike next week at Ford Motor Co.'s largest and most-profitable factory, in a dispute over local contract language.
The Labor Department reported Friday that its producer price index rose 0.3% from December to January after having fallen -0.1% from November to December.
Hong Kong customs officials have arrested seven people linked to the territory's largest ever money laundering case, involving about 14 billion Hong Kong dollars ($1.8 billion).