A jury has found a pharmaceutical company and its affiliates liable in the opioid crisis in a landmark trial on Long Island. CBS2's Jenna DeAngelis spoke with a family that has been fighting the epidemic for over a decade.
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The price of oil is at a seven-year high, above $88 dollars per barrel. Demand is rising and may surpass pre-pandemic levels by the end of 2022, the International Energy Agency forecast last week, as the global economy seems not to have been stalled by omicron. At the beginning of the pandemic, when travel seized up and oil demand evaporated, the price of oil crashed below zero for the first time.
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Truckers say an electronic device that measures the hours they drive each day sometimes leaves them stranded just 30 minutes from home
Brian Pape says electronic logging devices drove him out of the trucking industry: "That was it for me. I sold my equipment and I was gone."
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Intel CEO discusses how he plans to bolster the chip industry by creating 'the largest silicon manufacturing location on the planet' in Ohio
Pat Gelsinger spoke with Time about his plans to move the semiconductor supply chain to the US with a $20 billion mega-site outside Columbus, Ohio.
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Some equipment had been damaged and the company was still analysing the impact on production, Toshiba said in a statement. The plant makes system LSI chips, around 60% of which are sold to carmakers and industrial machinery makers, a spokesperson for Toshiba Electronic Devices & Storage Corp said. Toshiba does not yet know when it can restart production and will likely provide an update on Tuesday, he added.
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The legal cannabis industry in Canada must continue to consolidate to make it an attractive space for investors.
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Planning for retirement can feel daunting, especially because you have to save a large amount of money for a time that's probably pretty far off. It can be tempting to put off saving until you make...
If you happened to change jobs recently, you may have tried to transfer your retirement account from your former employer into an Individual Retirement Account or your new employer's 401(k) plan. If so, you probably encountered a bureaucratic gantlet — and you're not alone.Why it matters: Kludgey processes around retirement account transfers result in people losing track of their funds, giving up important tax advantages, or otherwise disadvantaging themselves and being less prepared for retirem
HONG KONG (Reuters) -Hong Kong authorities said on Sunday one hamster surrendered to authorities by pet owners had tested positive for COVID-19 and that over 2,200 hamsters had been culled as the city struggled to contain an outbreak. On Tuesday, officials ordered the killing of hamsters from dozens of pet shops after tracing a coronavirus outbreak to a worker at a shop and asked people to surrender any bought on or after Dec. 22. While a handful of hamsters had already tested positive for the virus, this latest case is the first involving a hamster in the care of a pet-owner that had tested positive.
The IRS caps contributions to retirement savings plans to prevent high earners from benefiting more from tax breaks than the average worker.
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Hough wasn't waving the white flag when she withdrew her $20 million lawsuit.
Covid-19 vaccine mandates face stiff resistance in the US, where they are clashing with national ideals of personal freedom.
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Another Sullivan Auto Group dealership is apparently changing hands, this time seeing a Fresno-based automotive group taking over ownership of Roseville Chevrolet, filings in Placer County show.
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In recent months, pieces have fallen into place for the federal government to move forward on the biggest public corruption case in state history.
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U.S. energy firms this week cut oil rigs for the first time in 13 weeks.
If you plan to retire within the next 10 years, you still have time to boost your 401(k) contributions and make other moves to increase your savings.
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Shanghai, home to Tesla's largest production base, wants to expand manufacturing capacity for automotive chips to support the rapid growth of smart electric vehicles (EVs). The mayor of Shanghai municipality, Gong Zheng, said after the annual session of the city's legislature on Sunday that the local government is pinning hopes on the new-energy vehicle (NEV) sector to drive its economy, and that "allocating resources for increasing the capacity of automotive chips" would help that goal. "We hop