FILE - In this March 13, 2020, file photo, visitors take photos at Disneyland in Anaheim, Calif. California officials will allow people to attend Major League Baseball games and other sporting events, go to Disneyland and watch live performances in limited capacities starting April 1, 2021. The rules announced Friday, March 5, 2021, coincide with baseball's opening day. (AP Photo/Amy Taxin, File)
California OKs Reopening Ball Parks, Disneyland
  • 6 March 2021
The state relaxed guidelines for reopening outdoor venues. COVID-19 infection rates, hospitalizations and deaths have...
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This combination of photos provided by the Sealaska Hertiage Institute in Juneau, Alaska, shows the front and back of a Tlingit Ravenstail coat. An Alaska Native cultural organization and the luxury department store Neiman Marcus have settled a lawsuit over the sale of a coat with a copyrighted, geometric design borrowed from indigenous culture. (Brian Wallace/Sealaska Heritage Institute via AP)
Alaska Native Group, Neiman Marcus Settle Lawsuit over Coat
  • 5 March 2021
The Sealaska Heritage Institute said in a statement that both sides agreed to terms “to...
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FILE - In this Feb. 16, 2021, file photo, a woman wrapped in a blanket crosses the street near downtown Dallas. As temperatures plunged and snow and ice whipped the state, much of Texas' power grid collapsed, followed by its water systems. Tens of millions huddled in frigid homes that slowly grew colder or fled for safety. (AP Photo/LM Otero, File)
House Panel Seeks Storm Documents from Texas Grid Operator
  • 3 March 2021
The House Oversight Committee is investigating the agency that operates the Texas power grid.
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Witnesses testify as the Committees on State Affairs and Energy Resources holds a joint public hearing to consider the factors that led to statewide electrical blackouts, Thursday, Feb. 25, 2021, in Austin, Texas. The hearings were the first in Texas since a blackout that was one of the worst in U.S. history, leaving more than 4 million customers without power and heat in subfreezing temperatures. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)
Energy Executive: Texas Power Plants Turned off in Crisis
  • 25 February 2021
The recent blackouts that left 4 million Texas customers without electricity and heat during a...
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FILE- In this Oct. 21, 2009 file photo, a small crowd begins to gather outside a Fry's Electronics store in Renton, Wash. The electronics chain is permanently closing, citing the struggles it faced as a retailer during the coronavirus pandemic. The company, which was in business for 36 years, had 31 stores in nine states. Fry’s Electronics Inc. said it stopped regular operations and began the wind-down process of its business on Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2021. (AP Photo/Ted S. Warren, File)
Funky Electronics Chain Fry’s is No More
  • 24 February 2021
Neil Saunders, managing director at GlobalData, called it “the end of an era, and a...
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Kohl’s Pushes Back on Investor Group’s Takeover Efforts
  • 22 February 2021
Kohl's is fighting back against an investor group's efforts to take control of the department...
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Why Some Texans Are Getting Sky-High Energy Bills
  • 22 February 2021
After unusual icy weather left millions of Texans without power, some are facing another crisis:...
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FILE - In this Jan. 28, 2021 file photo, a customer checks on his cellphone as he walks to a GameStop store in Vernon Hills, Ill. The frenzy around GameStop’s stock may have quieted down, but the outsized influence small investors had in the saga is likely to stick around. While no one expects another supernova like GameStop, the tools that smaller investors employed to supercharge its stock can be used again and again. (AP Photo/Nam Y. Huh, File)
GameStop’s Saga May Be Over; Its Effect on Wall Street Isn’t
  • 16 February 2021
The frenzy around GameStop’s stock may have quieted down, but the outsized influence small investors...
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Tray Ragland, left, and Kim Hickerson of the Retail, Wholesale and Department Store Union hold signs outside an Amazon facility where labor is trying to organize workers on Tuesday, Feb. 9, 2021. For Amazon, a successful effort could motivate other workers to organize. But a contract could take years, and Amazon has a history of crushing labor organizing. (AP Photo/Jay Reeves)
Amazon Faces Biggest Union Push in Its History
  • 12 February 2021
Mail-in voting on the unionization effort started this week at an Alabama warehouse and will...
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This image provided by PepsiCo, Inc., shows Quaker Oats' Pearl Milling Company brand pancake mix and syrup, formerly the Aunt Jemima brand. Aunt Jemima products will continue to be sold until June 2021, when the packaging will officially change over. (PepsiCo, Inc. via AP)
Aunt Jemima Brand Gets a New Name: Pearl Milling Company
  • 10 February 2021
Quaker Oats said that its Aunt Jemima brand pancake mix and syrup will be renamed...
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An exotic dancer's shoe is shown on the stage at Scores Gentlemen's Club Wednesday, Jan. 27, 2021, in Tampa, Fla. Workers in Tampa's renowned strip club industry are worried but hopeful that despite the pandemic's damper on business they'll have a lucrative time during the typically rip-roaring Super Bowl week. (AP Photo/Chris O'Meara)
Tampa’s Famed Strip Clubs Brace for an Unusual Super Bowl
  • 3 February 2021
When Tampa was chosen host of this year’s Super Bowl, strip club owners anticipated a...
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Jeff Bezos, Amazon’s Founder, Will Step Down As CEO
  • 2 February 2021
Amazon said that Jeff Bezos is stepping down as CEO later this year, a role...
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