Retirement-eligible salaried employees at Ford were warned about retiring this year to maximize a lump sum pension payment.
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(Reuters) -Canada's TC Energy shut its Keystone pipeline in the United States after more than 14,000 barrels of crude oil spilled into a creek in Kansas, making it one of the largest crude spills in the United States in nearly a decade. The cause of the leak, which occurred in Kansas about 20 miles (32 km) south of a key junction in Steele City, Nebraska, is unknown. It is the third spill of several thousand barrels of crude on the pipeline since it first opened in 2010.
General Electric’s healthcare division plans to cut debt, bring down costs and pursue tuck-in acquisitions after its spinoff in early January, finance chief Helmut Zodl said Thursday at an investor event in New York.
Even though tech stocks are deep in bear market territory, they're still a better play than crypto.
Costco's first quarter earnings missed Street forecasts following a pullback in sales over the final weeks of autumn.
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A judge recommends three ex-Wells Fargo executives pay a combined $18.5 million in fines over their alleged roles in the mega-bank's fake accounts scandal.
The tech giant on Wednesday landed a piece of the Pentagon's $9 billion Joint Warfighting Cloud Capability contract.
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Blue Apron Holdings said it would lay off about 10% of its corporate workforce and cut spending, as the meal-kit company seeks to streamline operations. The job cuts are expected to cost about $1.2 million in severance payments and other expenses, the company said, and are part of as much as $50 million worth of reductions Blue Apron said it can make in 2023. New York-based Blue Apron, one of the pioneers in the meal-kit sector, has struggled to increase sales and keep customers in recent years.
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Citing securities law, the SEC is now asking firms about any relevant exposure to the chaotic crypto industry.
Colorado's top lawyer urges a judge to consider what a multibillion-dollar payout to shareholders could do if the top grocers combine.
General Motors Co Chief Executive Mary Barra said on Thursday demand for the American automaker's vehicles remains strong and it expects U.S. new-vehicle sales to rebound next year. Barra said she expects 2023 U.S. sales of new cars and light trucks to finish at 15 million units. "We are seeing strong demand for our vehicles," Barra said, speaking at an Automotive Press Association event in Detroit.
Invesco Investment Solutions Senior Portfolio Manager Alessio de Longis joins Yahoo Finance Live to discuss the current regulatory environment, bond yields, and overall state of the markets.