Residents on American Samoa’s main island will have full water services restored four years after bans were put in place on Tutuila’s western side when e-coli bacteria was discovered in well waters, Radio New Zealand International reported, citing the power authority.
Owens Corning wants a bigger market for its insulation. Cracker Barrel Old Country Store Inc. seeks to refurbish restaurants that churn out fried apples. Bank of New York Mellon Inc. is trying to avoid letting some competitors have an edge overseas.
Short line railroads, the government of American Samoa and owners of Nascar tracks are among a diverse group that may encounter added resistance in a drive to protect billions of dollars in U.S. tax breaks.
David Myers was at the epicenter of one of the biggest corporate frauds in U.S. history. Now the former WorldCom Inc. controller is rebuilding his life a decade later with the help of the federal government.
Cisco Systems Inc., the world’s largest maker of networking equipment, must pay patent-licenser XpertUniverse Inc. $70 million in civil fraud damages in connection with a failed partnership, a federal jury decided.
Federal Reserve Bank of San Francisco President John Williams, who has consistently backed record accommodation, said monetary stimulus remains necessary and that it will support faster economic growth next year.