"We were literally handing people wet signs because we couldn't make them fast enough," said Justin Troxel, creator of the ‘Heart Oregon’ signs.
A New York firefighter from the Stephen Siller Tunnel to Towers Foundation travelled 3,000 miles to personally thank Wayne's for supporting their ‘Building for America's Bravest Program,’ which builds homes for severely injured military veterans.
In Coos Bay, the area average is currently $2.46, down more than a dollar from last year's average of $3.49 at this time.
The world's top two beer makers agreed Tuesday to join forces to create a company that would control nearly a third of the global market and threaten to dominate the U.S. by bringing together Budweiser and Miller Genuine Draft.
Twitter is laying off up to 336 employees, signaling CEO Jack Dorsey's resolve to slash costs while the company struggles to make money.
Starbucks will start offering delivery within the Empire State Building Tuesday, giving office workers in the skyscraper the option of paying a $2 fee to avoid making a trip to the lobby.
Johnson & Johnson said Tuesday that its board of directors approved a $10 billion stock buyback plan.
China's imports fell by an unexpectedly wide margin in September in a new sign of weakness in the world's second-largest economy.
Dell is buying data storage company EMC in a deal valued at approximately $67 billion, a move that will transform the PC company into a major player in the data storage market.
A survey of business economists finds that a majority still expect the Federal Reserve to raise interest rates before the end of the year, with the broader economy expected to grow at a slightly faster pace in 2015 than previously forecast.
Ford Motor Co. is investing $1.8 billion to develop technologies aimed at attracting Chinese car buyers, underlining China's importance to automakers despite slowing sales growth.
Volkswagen said Monday it is recalling 1,950 diesel vehicles in China to change engine software it has admitted cheats on emissions tests and Singapore suspended sales of the company's diesel cars.
The average price of gasoline has dropped half a cent over the past two weeks, to $2.34 a gallon.
Cheaper oil and less demand for autos and machinery weighed on wholesalers in August, as their inventories edged up just slightly while sales dropped.
Volkswagen could compensate owners of diesel-powered cars that emit high levels of pollutants, possibly by paying them for the lost value of their vehicles, the company's top U.S. executive said.
Wal-Mart named Brett Biggs, an executive in its international division, as its next chief financial officer Friday.
SABMiller met with investors Friday to underscore its strength as an independent company, as the world's second-biggest brewer seeks to head off a takeover by larger rival Anheuser-Busch InBev.
Local United Auto Workers leaders have approved a new proposed contract with Fiat Chrysler.
Dandelions Flower Shop started at Douglas County Fire District No.2 to help the first responders and their families. The idea was to take one flower for yourself and then another to give to someone else in need of a smile.
"The operation would be essentially a nonprofit organization -- all of the proceeds being used to benefit the youth and the people of the area. That was the intent." Seven years of planning and negotiations went into the project before it was called off last week.
When the delay on his 90-minute flight stretched past the four-hour mark, David Rankin started tweeting to Spirit Airlines as he and other passengers grew restless.
Americans are expected to spend at a slower pace than last year during the crucial winter holidays, weighed down by sluggish wage growth and other factors, according to the nation's largest retail industry trade group.
Fewer Americans sought unemployment benefits last week, as employers hold onto workers despite a recent slowdown in hiring because of global pressures weighing on the U.S. economy.
Average long-term U.S. mortgage rates fell sharply this week amid concern over a labor market that has shown recent signs of weakness.
General Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because an electrical short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire.
Volkswagen said a recall of cars with software that can be used to evade emissions tests could start in Germany in January and last until the end of next year.
Monsanto Co. says it will eliminate 2,600 jobs as part of a cost-saving plan designed to deal with falling sales of its biotech seeds and herbicides, which pushed it quarterly losses deeper into the red.
Urban Outfitters will end on-call scheduling at stores in New York state, becoming the latest retailer to respond to Attorney General Eric Schneiderman's inquiry into the practice of requiring workers to report for shifts on short notice.