MILAN — European leaders jolted by the sudden return of debt-crisis turmoil will gather for talks in Brussels this week as they attempt to restore investor confidence in the euro area.
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The latest employment numbers show strong, continued growth in the job market across the state, according to data that was released Friday by the Texas Workforce Commission. For the month of September, the Texas economy added 36,400 seasonally adjusted, non-farm jobs, said the TWC.
With the recent hackings of Home Depot, Albertsons and perhaps most notoriously the Target hacking last holiday season, U.S. consumers are aware now more than ever that every day their identities are at risk.
Texas’ largest power transmission company Oncor has repeatedly cut spending to maintain its network of power lines, despite a growing customer base, according to a report filed by Public Utility Commissioner Ken Anderson.
November and December are just around the corner, and with the coming of the winter months also comes the holiday shopping season. As the shopping season approaches local retailers and other businesses are seeking seasonal workers to help match the increase in sales.
There’s been a long-running theory that one reason medical costs are bloated is that doctors are scared of medical malpractice suits, so they order expensive and unnecessary tests to protect themselves from liability.
WASHINGTON — Bowing to pressure from U.S. and European officials, Ireland will phase out a notorious loophole that helps multinational corporations legally dodge billions of dollars in taxes in their homelands.
WASHINGTON — Americans’ expectations for the economy in October climbed to the highest level in almost two years as a pickup in hiring, falling gasoline prices, and low borrowing costs heartened households.
Shoppers pulled back in September after their summer spending splurge.
Alecto Healthcare Services announced Tuesday that it has entered into a definitive agreement to acquire Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital-WNJ. Upon closing, which is anticipated to occur on Oct. 31, Alecto will own and operate the 237-bed hospital, which will be renamed Wilson N. Jones Regional Medical Center, according to a press release from WNJ.