Members of The Boston Globe's largest employee union will vote on whether to accept deep concessions in wages and benefits.
McDonald's Corp. said Monday its same-store sales climbed 5.1 percent in May.
The St. Regis Mohawk tribe will set up its own tribal electric utility.
The Supreme Court is refusing to hear an appeal from two former top executives of Tyco International.
As a federal judge, Supreme Court nominee Sonia Sotomayor dealt with two important media issues — copyrights and access.
Remember the "shovel-ready" projects lined up for all that stimulus money?
United Airlines confirmed on Thursday that it will seek proposals from airplane makers Boeing Co. and rival Airbus for a major jet order that could be placed as soon as this fall.
U.S. retailers reported same-store sales fell in May below expectations, as pressures like rising unemployment continued to curtail consumer spending.
The judge overseeing Chrysler's bankruptcy case said Thursday that the automaker has a good case.
Eighty-six-year-old Johnnie Leach leans on his cane as he sits in warm sunshine on the steps of the old slave cabin where he raised 13 children four decades ago.