Texas school officials are offering the oil giant and its Saudi partner a massive tax package as an inducement to build plant
HARIBO chose this state to be the site of "one of the largest facilities in the confectionery industry"
"He is a trained professional – do not try this at home"
Alcoholism, drug addiction and suicide are driving up mortality rates for less-educated whites
Resort companies in Florida are fighting high tax bills, claiming the government inflated the value of their land
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Mall-based retail giants like J.C. Penney face new assault from online brands, social media, discounters and specialty shops
Low-wage Americans who need to take family leave to care for a new kid or sick relative often go into debt or turn to public aid
You'll pay processing fees and interest charges and could max out your credit -- here's a better way to pay off a big tax bill
Terror hit won't shake Brexit timeline, U.K. gov't insists; Google-YouTube advertiser boycott expands; and Starbucks plans 12,000 more stores. These headlines and more from CBS MoneyWatch.
15,000 more people filed for unemployment benefits in the latest week while the total remained well below 300,000
The companies join a growing list of brands suspending ads over concerns about offensive YouTube videos
Not knowing how -- and how many -- patients will be covered under GOP plans is putting the clamps on expansion and hiring
Her former seven-room Manhattan apartment overlooking the East River is now on the market
Combining two struggling stores -- Kmart and Sears -- in 2004 "created an even bigger, more struggling company"
In some states, you'll need a permit to ship potatoes, braid hair or do interior design -- that's "ridiculous," regulator says
Some experts worry that the American Health Care Act would mean bigger medical bills for consumers
The acting SEC chair says they should be allowed to play with the jet set in esoteric investment products
Company executives Eric Schmidt and Jonathan Rosenberg updated their bestselling book with a chapter on “How Alphabet Works”
Anxious passengers, business travelers falling behind on work — here's what the U.S. and U.K. laptop ban could look like in practice