As Yom Kippur, the holiest of Jewish holidays begins, the congregants of a Florida synagogue face the loss of their building and its Torahs in a bank foreclosure action.
Alan Krutt bought tax-free bonds last month that were sold to build a retirement community in Boca Raton, Florida. Then he made an even bigger investment: He purchased a unit there.
Monsanto Co. squares off next week against a 76-year-old Indiana farmer in a U.S. Supreme Court hearing with implications spanning industries from engineered fish to biotechnology medicines.
President Barack Obama is rebounding from record-low approval ratings as he remedies the botched rollout of his health-care website and moves past the budget standoffs of the last several years.
Cocoa grinders are increasing output by the most in two years to meet record demand for chocolate, at a time when declining West African supply means the first shortages of beans in three seasons.
Milk futures are poised to end their longest slump since 2008 in Chicago as drought reduces production in New Zealand, the largest exporter, forcing China and other buyers to import more from the U.S.
A Florida investor dropped a lawsuit claiming he lost $150,000 on tax-exempt bonds guaranteed by Lehman Brothers Holdings Inc. for a gas-supply contract after his broker said the bonds were backed by the state of Georgia.
U.S. milk production is headed for the biggest contraction in 12 years as a drought-fueled surge in feed costs drives more cows to slaughter.