Florida's Second Largest Industry Could Be At Mercy Of CongressFlorida's struggling citrus industry, "decimated" last week by Hurricane Irma, may have a long wait ahead.
Nest Labs Adds Doorbell That Can Recognize Familiar FacesNest Labs is adding Google's facial recognition technology to their camera-equipped doorbell.
Walmart To Offer Extra Holiday Hours To Current WorkersWalmart says it will rely on current employees for the holiday rush instead of hiring temporary workers. The move gives employees the chance to pick up extra hours.
Kohl's To Accept Amazon Returns At Select Stores Some Amazon shoppers will soon be able to return unwanted purchases to Kohls stores.
Coral Gables, FPL At Odds As Thousands Remain Without PowerAs Florida Power and Light works to restore power, they are firing back at one city that may sue the utility company.
Florida Grocery Stores Struggle To Restock After Irma Grocery stores throughout Florida are still trying to restock their shelves more than a week after Hurricane Irma first hit the state.
Toys R Us Could File For Bankruptcy Ahead Of Christmas Season Toys R Us could reportedly file bankruptcy this week, just months ahead of the Christmas shopping season.
Pharma Bro Martin Shkreli's Bail Revoked, Thrown In JailA judge has jailed former pharmaceuticals company CEO Martin Shkreli after finding that he violated his bail on a securities fraud conviction with a social media posting she agreed posed a threat to Hillary Clinton.
AT&T Offering Those Without Power A Place To Charge Phones AT&T is offering those without power a chance to charge their electronics at their stores.
How To Get Financial Help For A Business Or Home Damaged In IrmaThere is financial help for residents and business owners who suffered damages from Hurricane Irma.
Apple Unveils New $1,000 iPhone XApple has unveiled a souped-up anniversary iPhone, with a start price of $999, during its product event at its headquarters in California.
Equifax Breach Sows Chaos Among 143M AmericansA day after credit-reporting company Equifax disclosed that "criminals" had stolen personal data about 143 million Americans, it had somehow managed to leave much of the public in the dark about their exposure, how they should protect themselves and what Equifax planned to do for those affected.