The Associated Press
NEW YORK - The slump in crude oil prices and disappointing U.S. home sales data helped nudge stocks mostly lower on Monday, pulling the market back from an all-time high reached last week.
HUNTINGTON - Geoffrey S. Sheils, president and CEO of First Sentry Bank, announced this week the financial institution has integrated with Apple Pay, a new category of service that allows customers to make secure and private mobile payments.
Mason named Turnpike Ford's 'Salesperson of the Month.' Frontier Communications adds to marketing department. Valley Health names new human resources director. John Dorsey becomes IIMC member at Raymond James. Nelson named vice president, chief risk officer at First State.
Ashland Alliance to host grand opening of 'The Old Post Office.' Lawrence Chamber schedules luncheon. Valassis announces affiliation with Preferred Mail Advertising. ULTA Beauty opens new Kentucky store.
HUNTINGTON - An airline industry expert this week told the Tri-State Airport Authority that for its size, Huntington's air service is "fantastic."
COLUMBUS, Ohio — Honda says it will temporarily resume normal production at its Ohio plants after six days of shift reductions related to a West Coast port contract dispute.
WASHINGTON - U.S. home rental prices rose at a steady rate in January, but prices barely budged or even dipped in parts of the Midwest and Mid-Atlantic.
NEW YORK — A deal giving Greece more time to repay its debts swung the U.S. stock market higher Friday and drove the stock market to a record high.
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — In an unexpected shot across the bow of his GOP neighbors to the south, Kentucky Gov. Steve Beshear has a simple message on labor and economic development for automakers looking to build new plants: We're not Tennessee.
NEW YORK — Target Corp. is betting big on organic and sustainable products.