Holiday Sales Expected To Increase By 3.7 %Sales for this holiday season are expected to increase 3.7 percent, according to the National Retail Federation (NRF).
Ex-Bank Exec Pleads Guilty In $1.2 Billion Ponzi SchemeA former bank executive faces up to five years in prison for his role in the billion dollar Ponzi scheme masterminded by one-time Ft. Lauderdale attorney, Scott Rothstein.
Volkswagen CEO Apologizes Over Emissions ScandalWhile getting grilled on Capitol Hill on Thursday, the head of Volkswagen's American group said the company is sorry for cheating on government emissions tests.
U.S. Sec. Of Commerce Talks Embargo In CubaThe U.S. Secretary of Commerce is in Cuba with the main topic on the table being the embargo.
Study Cites Cybercrime's Rising Costs To CorporationsCybercrime is costing companies a significant amount of money and it's only climbing for those in the U.S. and overseas, according to new research.
Port Canaveral Named Best North American HomeportPort Canaveral nabbed the top spot when it comes to North American ports.
Amazon To Ban Sale Of Rival Video Streaming DevicesAmazon plans to ban the sale of rival video streaming devices like those from Apple and Google on its site.
Tobacco Farmers Look To New Markets In CubaTobacco farmers in Connecticut have their eye on new markets in Cuba as public health initiatives are stemming cigar and cigarette sales in the United States.
American Announces Tentative Deal With Gate, Ticket AgentsAmerican Airlines and union officials may have struck a deal, at least a tentative one, offering higher wages for thousands of employees.
Ex-Banker To Plead Guilty In $1.2B Rothstein Ponzi SchemeAn ex-banker in Florida is set to plead guilty for his role in a $1.2 billion Ponzi scheme run by ex-lawyer Scott Rothstein.
Port Canaveral CEO Resigns Under PressurePort Canaveral's CEO has resigned amid pressure to do so.
Report: Apple Moving Forward On Building A CarTech giant Apple is apparently speeding up their plans to build a car, a new report says.