By Clarke Canfield PORTLAND, Maine (AP) – A treasure hunter said he has located the wreck of a British merchant ship that was torpedoed by a German U-boat off Cape Cod during World War II while carrying what he claims was a load of platinum bars now worth more than $3 billion. If the claim [...]
By Christina Rexrode NEW YORK (AP) – Which food revelation was more shocking last month? Did it blow you away that low levels of a fungicide that isn’t approved in the U.S. were discovered in some orange juice sold here? Yawn. Or was it the news that Brazil, where the fungicide-laced juice originated, produces a [...]
By John J. Fanning Over the last year I have been speaking before groups around the country about existing opportunities to create jobs and the danger we face by not recognizing those opportunities. As you might imagine, sometimes itâ€™s a tough sell. For the past five years, we Americans have been subjected to fears and [...]
By Jessica Mintz Remember when gifts were objects, purchased or crafted and wrapped with a bow, then presented with a flourish? Over the last few years, gift cards have become a popular alternative, and now as we become increasingly connected to our smartphones, laptops and e-readers, gifts are going digital, too. Here’s what you need [...]
By Sheena Mcfarland SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – Dusk is descending upon Salt Lake City. As the shadows elongate and the sun sinks behind the Oquirrh Mountains, they take to the streets.