- Eric Cantor and his campaign spent more than half a million dollars on food, the bulk of it at coffee shops, fast food chains and steakhouse restaurants, per FEC filings.
- Procter & Gamble is banking on new razors and dental products to bolster its most recent quarterly results.
- According to the company's Twitter feed, Dunkin' Dounts, the world’s largest donut chain, plans to honor a Florida employee who earlier this week calmly dealt with a verbally abusive customer.
- Watermelon-smashing comedian, Gallagher, has reportedly suffered a heart attack and was taken to a hospital in Texas minutes before he was set to perform.
NHL GM Meetings 2012: Hybrid Icing, the End of the Red Line, and the Removal of the Trapezoid All Being DiscussedAccording to reports coming out of the NHL General Managers meetings in Boca Raton, Fla., hybrid icing, the return of the red line and the end of the trapezoid are all possibilities in the near future.
- A Japanese banker who is a key figure in the Olympus Corp. accounting fraud came into public view for the first time since the scandal broke, appearing on Friday at his divorce hearing in a Florida court.
- A Japanese banker who is a key figure in the Olympus accounting fraud came into public view for the first time since the scandal broke, appearing on Friday at his divorce hearing in a Florida court.
- Google's stock is on the move after the company beat analysts' expectations in revenue and profit. Now the big question becomes: Is Apple's stock next in line for a big move?
- Toys 'R Us will be selling the iPad 2 in 31 states and Puerto Rico starting on Sunday, in a limited roll-out to only some of its stores.
- A federal appeals court has upheld the conviction of a Florida doctor who was sentenced to 25 years in prison for providing material support and offering treatment to wounded Al Qaeda militants.
- Unlike many corporate chiefs, Warren Buffett often plays down the prospects of his company Berkshire Hathaway Inc , while trying to keep investors focused on the long term.