H&R Block Inc. said last-minute changes to tax laws, a delayed start to the filing season and new fraud controls created hurdles for the company in this year’s tax season.
Farmers in Idaho have filed a potentially class action lawsuit against seed giant Monsanto after genetically engineered wheat was found in an eastern Oregon field.
The Port of Olympia Commission is set to consider financial adjustments to its capital investment plan and a $20 million bond issue to help pay for it, the ports finance director said Tuesday.
Boeings new 20-year forecast predicts airlines worldwide will need some 35,000 new airliners in the next two decades as the worlds airline fleet more than doubles.
NEW YORK — A state appeals court panel had few sweet words Tuesday for a New York City health regulation that would fight diabetes and obesity by setting a size limit on sugary beverages sold in restaurants.
In raising its bid for Sprint Nextel, SoftBank of Japan is doing its best to make sure Dish Network will have a harder time fighting back.
Walgreen, one of the nation’s biggest pharmacy operators, agreed Tuesday to pay $80 million in fines to resolve federal charges that it failed to properly control the sales of narcotic painkillers at some of its outlets.
Paramount Citrus, the nation’s largest citrus grower, has renamed its California mandarins from Cuties to Wonderful Halos as part of a $100 million effort to promote its fruit.
A U.S. agency says consumers who opt for overdraft coverage on their checking accounts pay higher fees and are more likely to have their accounts closed than those who decline it.
Thousands of civilian employees at Joint Base Lewis-McChord will take unpaid days off on 11 straight Fridays in July, August and September – part of a plan intended to concentrate the impacts of Pentagon-mandated furloughs to a single day of the week.