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It's getting harder for small businesses to find affordable group coverage, a frustrating dilemma for people with pre-existing conditions — especially since even some insurers that are cutting contracts support universal coverage.
Violent uprisings forced Shell to shutter half its operations in the Niger Delta last year, but now the oil company says it'll resume full production there within six months. Some think it's an overly optimistic plan.
A compound produced naturally by tomato plants might be just what you need to keep insects away this summer. It doesn't have that bug spray smell and it's safe for kids, which could make it a best-seller.
Wal-Mart's been accused of spying on private citizens, vendors and shareholders alike. So far no one's saying those practices broke laws, but a U.S. attorney has been looking into it.
Cable's Discovery is set to launch a new channel next year focused entirely on eco-friendly living. It's betting on consumers'— and advertisers'— continued interest in everything green.
Google has introduced a new feature called My Maps that lets you save locations and directions — with photos and video — and then share them with your friends or the world.
Iams and Eukanuba this week became the first brands to finally start doing some damage control after that massive pet food recall. They placed ads in 59 newspapers and launched an outreach campaign to retailers. But what took so long?