BIGGSVILLE, Ill. -- Clark Kelly plans to spend a lot of time on the links this spring. The Illinois farmer is plowing the Hend-Co-Hills Golf Course near tiny Biggsville into a cornfield.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. -- A longtime coal operator plans to open seven mines in the heart of the eastern Kentucky coalfields in a venture expected to create more than 250 jobs in a hard-pressed region where several thousand mining jobs have disappeared in recent years.
DETROIT -- Ford, GM, Chrysler and Nissan all reported double-digit U.S. sales increases last month, signaling the best April for car and truck sales in six years.
NEW YORK -- Signs of a slowing economy dragged down the stock market Wednesday. Even the prospect of continued stimulus from the Federal Reserve didn't help.
CHARLESTON -- West Virginia motorists aren't seeing much movement in gas prices this week.
CHARLESTON -- FANUC Robotics America Inc. unveiled details Tuesday of a new training program it will offer in partnership with the Robert C. Byrd Institute for Advanced Flexible Manufacturing at its Charleston location.
NEW YORK -- A New York appeals court is allowing J.C. Penney Co. to continue to sell a new line of home goods designed by Martha Stewart.
CHARLESTON -- Yeager Airport officials say they're optimistic another airline will pick up the nonstop service to New York that American Airlines is dropping.
NEW YORK -- News that IBM will buy back more stock and raise its dividend helped pull major stock indexes out of a morning slump Tuesday.
WASHINGTON -- This year got off to a sour start for U.S. workers: Their pay, already gasping to keep pace with inflation, was suddenly shrunk by a Social Security tax increase.
PLANO, Texas -- J.C. Penney on Monday confirmed that Goldman Sachs will provide it with $1.75 billion in financing.
ST. LOUIS -- A long-awaited bankruptcy hearing began Monday in which a St. Louis-based coal company insists it must significantly cut thousands of retirees' health care and pension benefits or risk liquidation -- a claim that its miners union strongly rejects.
NEW YORK -- Technology companies led the Standard & Poor's 500 index to an all-time closing high Monday.
BIZ FUNDAMENTALS: A workshop on Business Fundamentals is scheduled for 9:30 to 12:30 p.m. Thursday, May 9, in Huntington. The workshop is part of the West Virginia Small Business Development Center (WVSBDC) training and business coaching program Three Step Jump Start to help small business owners receive the right information at the right time.
NEW YORK -- The stock market stalled Friday after the U.S. economy didn't grow as much as hoped and earnings from a handful of big companies failed to rev up investors.
HUNTINGTON -- Huntington Tri-State Airport recently received two industry awards for its runway rehabiliation project.
ST. LOUIS -- The United Mine Workers of America union is promising to have thousands of miners and their supporters rallying in St. Louis next week as Patriot Coal Corp.'s bankruptcy hearing goes to court.
COLUMBUS, Ohio -- American Electric Power's net income fell almost 7 percent in the first quarter, as demand from industrial power users remained low.
NEW YORK -- Cabela's says strong sales of guns and ammunition helped drive its profit up 73 percent in the first quarter, surpassing expectations and briefly driving its shares to all-time highs on Thursday.
NEW YORK -- The engines driving the stock market were more tepid than turbocharged Thursday, but they were enough to help stocks rise for a fifth straight day.
CHARLESTON. (AP) -- A salsa company that started in a West Virginia basement is being acquired by a family owned food products company in Virginia, the salsa maker's founder said Thursday.
NEW YORK -- Banks aren't the big jobs machines they used to be.