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A Korean textile company is reducing its headcount in Haiti.

Sports merchandise retailer Fanatics Inc. is planning to enter the livestreamed shopping market.

Apple has reported its largest quarterly revenue drop since 2016.

Ford Motor Co. posted a fourth-quarter net income drop of 90%.

Amazon reported mixed results in the fourth quarter.

Two franchise locations are in the works, official says.

More than $6 million worth of residences qualify for SBJ feature in January.

Cassidy Station adds second phase of commercial elements.

The St. Louis Public Schools Board of Education appointed a new superintendent.

The longest-serving mayor in the history of Lenexa, Kansas, is retiring.

JPMorgan Chase purchased 250,000 acres of timberland.

Tom Brady says he's retiring from football, this time "for good."

Peloton Interactive Inc. reported a fiscal second-quarter net loss, but it was better than a year earlier.

NBCUniversal is dropping its free membership tier for new customers of its Peacock streaming service.

Facebook parent company Meta's shares rose by nearly 20% in extended trading on Wednesday after the company reported its fourth-quarter results.

The Federal Reserve on Wednesday raised its benchmark interest rate.

St. Louis Cardinals agree to keep its Double A affiliate in Springfield until 2038. 

Government data show all of the state's MSAs had decreases in December.

The company announces additional stores are shuttering.

The 30,000-square-foot facility is slated for completion in spring 2024.

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