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Chinese sellers resort to a wide range of cunning techniques to manipulate product listings on Amazon and boost sales. WSJ’s Jon Emont investigates the fraudsters’ strategies and explains how consumers can detect sham listings.

Raise your glass to renewables powered businesses this festive season by buying and serving solar and wind powered food and drinks. Here's what to put on your shopping list.

Coalition says new wind and solar will allow it slash electricity emissions by 26% by 2022, after which it expects emissions to rise and new investment to stop.

We offer an invitation to Cook County State's Attorney Kim Foxx, Illinois Attorney General Lisa Madigan and U.S. Attorney John Lausch Jr. Please look into the Democratic machine's challenge to 13th Ward aldermanic candidate David Krupa. Something isn't right.

Santos kicks off ARENA-backed plans to shift all of its remote crude oil beam pumps to 100% solar and battery storage – a move that would save it 140 barrels of oil a day.

Sydney and Melbourne have very small patches of 5G available, with Telstra getting early access to 3.6GHz spectrum.

"Drink what you like" is a popular axiom in the wine biz, but what if you don't know what you like? Knowing what you don’t like can be just as helpful.

The Senate could cast a final vote Tuesday on the Trump-backed legislation that would overhaul the federal prison system to help inmates earn reduced sentences.

Restaurants in California that offer kids meal combos will be required to serve milk or water as the default drink options. Parents will still be able to request soda or juice for their kids.

Justin Fields will transfer from Georgia after playing one season behind Jake Fromm. The five-star quarterback recruit was a backup this season.

In an interview, Giuliani suggests it can't be a campaign finance violation if it benefits the candidate personally, too. That's false, but it's a tacit admission that this was geared toward the campaign.

Mizzou Tigers center Jeremiah Tilmon has battled foul trouble ever since he stepped into Columbia. But while he’s improved with his ability to stay on the floor this year, he’s still trying to earn the referees’ respect.

HFF arranges $200M senior credit facility for industrial acquisitions in the U.S
NEWPORT BEACH, CA – December 17, 2018 – HFF announces the $200 million credit facility for Xebec Industrial Trust, LP, a sector-specific real estate investment entity exclusively focused on the acquisition and development of industrial properties consisting of fulfillment, warehouse and distribution centers (bulk logistics), light industrial and infill/last-mile properties located primarily in U.S…

While the federal minimum wage has remained stalled at $7.25 an hour since 2009, there has been significant movement at the state level, with some...

Christopher Buckingham, 42, of Versaille, Mo. and Natalie McNeil, 33, of Lee’s Summit, were two of four defendants indicted on charges of conspiracy to distribute nearly $2 million in marijuana.

Society and the government aren’t sure what to make of new techniques for animal breeding

Whether your brand is hosting a party of 10 or 10,000, here are a few tips to help you get the most value out of the experience.

The tax overhaul has ushered in a new generation of maneuvers that taxpayers can exploit before Dec. 31 to minimize next year's bills.

Kansas City Councilman Scott Wagner has proposed a property tax increase for affordable housing programs. It may not be the perfect approach, but it’s a start toward an important decision for the city.

Since next year could continue to be challenging for U.S. stocks and bonds, broader diversification may be in order.

Force One Security may be forced out of business after the Kansas City police board upheld its decision to revoke the company’s license to provide private security in Kansas City.

Fitbit continues to actively support and update its two smartwatches with the release of Fitbit OS 3.0. In addition, new major apps and advanced developer tools have been released.