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LAS VEGAS — Many people who have tried Microsoft’s new Windows 8 operating system without a touch screen have hated it because of the inability to use touch and swipe commands to get things going.
After 18 months of training, 13 employees at TVA’s Sequoyah Nuclear Plant have passed exams administered by the Nuclear Regulatory Commission and now are licensed to operate or supervise the operation of the two nuclear reactors at Sequoyah.
RICHMOND, Va. — Rotting teeth. Diseased lungs. A corpse of a smoker. Nine new warning labels that feature graphic images that convey the dangers of smoking will be required by the Food and Drug Administration to be on U.S. cigarette packs by 2012. Other images include a man with a tracheotomy smoking and a mother holding a baby with smoking swirling around them.
SAVANNAH, Ga. — Just back from visiting the White House, Atlanta’s mayor said Tuesday he expects Georgia will win “significant” funding from the federal government to begin a $600 million deepening of the Savannah harbor — an economic priority for the state that’s been threatened by the federal budget crisis.
Nashville’s flooded Opry Mills mall will reopen several anchor stores in time for the 2011 holiday season. The mall’s official reopening date is March 29, 2012, but the 20-screen Regal Cinemas movie theater and three other tenants will reopen earlier, according to a news release from The Mills company.
The board of Regions Financial Corp. is investigating whether bank executives delayed public disclosure of soured loans during the recession, the Wall Street Journal reported Monday.
Striking visuals of the tornado activity across the South this spring were amazing. Neighborhoods and business districts suddenly were transformed to piles of scattered rubble, officially known as debris.
How do I know when it’s the right time for me to begin getting retirement benefits?
WASHINGTON — Merchants triumphed over bankers in a battle for billions Wednesday as the Senate voted to let the Federal Reserve curb the fees that stores pay financial institutions when a customer swipes a debit card. It was murkier, however, whether the nation’s consumers were winners or losers.
This nation’s leaders and its central bank seemingly have pulled all stops to stimulate the economy and put it back on track after the Great Recession.