Daily Archives: February 2, 2016

Takata panel finds problems with its quality processes

The panel chaired by former U.S. Transportation Secretary Samuel Skinner determined that Takata has no program in place to find quality problems once its products are installed in cars and trucks.

Takata panel finds problems with its quality processes

Nintendo’s quarterly profit slips 36 percent on lower sales

The Japanese manufacturer of Super Mario games and the Wii U game machine earned 29.1 billion yen ($241 million) profit for the October-December fiscal third quarter, down from 45.2 billion yen a year earlier.

Nintendo’s quarterly profit slips 36 percent on lower sales

Cheap oil buoys consumers, shakes up global governments

That reality is wreaking havoc and causing uncertainty for some governments and businesses, while creating financial windfalls for others. Less expensive crude is delighting consumers in some regions, while leading to widespread job losses elsewhere.

Cheap oil buoys consumers, shakes up global governments

Yahoo announces plan to cut 1,700 workers

The long-anticipated purge, announced Tuesday, will jettison about 15 percent of Yahoo’s workforce along with an assortment of services that Mayer decided aren’t worth the time and money that the Internet company has been putting into them.

Yahoo announces plan to cut 1,700 workers

Hellmann’s gives vegan a go

The company said Tuesday that its first eggless version of Hellmann’s will hit shelves later this month under the label "Carefully Crafted Dressing and Sandwich Spread."

Hellmann’s gives vegan a go

Nearly 8,000 without power in Orem

A power outage Tuesday in Orem has nearly 7,000 people still without power, down from more than 8,000 when the outage first occurred. 

Nearly 8,000 without power in Orem

Recent snowstorms boost Utah County snowpack, cause icy roads

In a shocking turn of events, Utah has been hit with what hasn’t been seen in years, and can only be called “winter.”

Recent snowstorms boost Utah County snowpack, cause icy roads

Provo man arrested on allegations of striking woman with sword

A Provo man was arrested Monday afternoon on reports of assaulting a woman with a sword.

Provo man arrested on allegations of striking woman with sword

Legislative proposal aims to keep drones away from wildfires

SALT LAKE CITY — Drone owners who fly their aircrafts within a few miles of a wildfire could face jail time under a proposal from a Utah lawmaker.

Legislative proposal aims to keep drones away from wildfires

Publix announces expansion into Virginia

Publix Super Markets announced today it has signed two leases for stores in Virginia.

Publix announces expansion into Virginia