• The Huffington PostInsurers Talk A Lot About Climate Change, But Most Still Do Business In Coal

    The insurance industry’s annual confab last week was supposed to be a dry, stoic affair. Instead, anti-coal protesters stormed the 44th Geneva Association conference at a ritzy hotel in San Francisco, plastered the bathrooms with slogan stickers and slipped fliers under the doors to executives’ rooms. A plane toting a banner reading “unfriend coal” circled the high-rise where the executives held Read more...

  • CBS NewsJared Kushner delivers remarks at White House tech summit

    In rare public remarks, President Trump’s son-in-law and top adviser, Jared Kushner, welcomed top technology company executives for a brainstorming session at the White House on Monday.  Kushner kicked off the White House “Technology Week” as part of the administration’s ongoing efforts to make progress on campaign promises. The event was hosted by the White House Office of American Innovation Read more...

  • Chicago Sun-TimesTrump tweets about Democrats, Georgia election

    WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump is attacking Democrats and promoting the Republican running in this week’s House runoff election in Georgia.In a tweet Monday, Trump said that Democrats “want to stop tax cuts, good healthcare and Border Security.” He also said “their ObamaCare is dead.”Trump concluded: “Vote now for Karen H,” an apparent reference to Karen Handel, the Republican running Read more...

  • Houston ChronicleScottish oilfield service firm expands local footprint

    Scottish oilfield services company Churchill Drilling Tools has purchased a nearly 21,000 square foot crane-served manufacturing facility in north Houston. Headquartered in Aberdeen, Churchill Drilling Tools specializes in manufacturing of down-hole drilling tools, and has offices in Aberdeen, the United Arab Emirates and northwest Houston.  RELATED: Sign of recovery: Oil field service firms hiring, raising prices Expansion of an oilfield services Read more...

  • CNNDemocrats to halt Senate business in health care protest

    Washington (CNN)Senate Democrats will move to bring the chamber to a halt Monday night to protest the Republicans’ closed-door process to gut Obamacare in the coming days, according to a senior Democratic aide.Democrats plan to object to routine requests to let the chamber operate — whether it’s scheduling votes or allowing committees to meet for extended hearings — in a Read more...

  • CNBCAmazon-Whole Foods deal will change how you buy food forever

    For anyone in the business of selling, supplying or hauling groceries: Things just got real. Amazon.com’s $13.7 billion purchase of Whole Foods instantly makes it a major player in the U.S. grocery industry and that leaves a lot for shoppers, retailers and other companies involved in the industry to chew on. The online seller is bringing its firepower to a Read more...

  • USA TodayI live on the road—these are 11 tools you should always carry in your car

    Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Our picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives. Our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s newsroom and any business incentives.​Your car can lug Read more...

  • CBS NewsFitness program aimed at truckers

    About 3.5 million truckers work long hours sitting behind the wheel, and it’s not easy for them to stay healthy, which is a requirement for them to keep their commercial licenses. Dr. Jon LaPook reports about the fitness plan for road warriors. Read more on CBS News.

  • USA TodayI live on the road—these are 11 tools you should always carry in your car

    Our editors review and recommend products to help you buy the stuff you need. If you make a purchase by clicking one of our links, we may earn a small share of the revenue. Our picks and opinions are independent from any business incentives. Our picks and opinions are independent from USA TODAY’s newsroom and any business incentives.​Your car can lug Read more...

  • The Wall Street JournalJD.com Plans Expansion in Developing Markets

    JD.com Inc. will enter new developing markets this year as it grows its business overseas, Chairman and Chief Executive Richard Liu said. The Chinese online retailer, which already has a subsidiary in Indonesia, has plans to expand into countries with similar characteristics to the Southeast Asian nation, Mr. Liu said at The Wall Street… Read the story on The Wall Read more...