• Auto review: Subaru's three-row Ascent climbs into the ranks of first-rate family haulers By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    AUTO REVIEW: SUBARU'S THREE-ROW ASCENT CLIMBS INTO THE RANKS OF FIRST-RATE FAMILY HAULERS

    McMINNVILLE, Ore. - Most likely, you've never heard of McMinnville, Oregon unless UFO sightings are your abiding passion. For it's...

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  • Auto review: Jeep's GC Trackhawk soars into Hellcat party By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    AUTO REVIEW: JEEP'S GC TRACKHAWK SOARS INTO HELLCAT PARTY

    Jeep calls it the fastest and most powerful SUV in the world. The 2018 Grand Cherokee Trackhawk does have an insane 707 hp engine and...

    World
  • Auto review: Hyundai's 2018 Kona small crossover starts at $19,500, offers all-wheel drive By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    AUTO REVIEW: HYUNDAI'S 2018 KONA SMALL CROSSOVER STARTS AT $19,500, OFFERS ALL-WHEEL DRIVE

    For 2018, Hyundai has added a new subcompact crossover SUV to its lineup, with lots to offer for the money and features buyers want...

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  • Auto review: Restyled 2018 Nissan Leaf has extended range on full charge to about 150 miles By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    AUTO REVIEW: RESTYLED 2018 NISSAN LEAF HAS EXTENDED RANGE ON FULL CHARGE TO ABOUT 150 MILES

    Nissan redesigned its groundbreaking Leaf all-electric car for 2018, which includes improving the electric drive system - and extended...

  • The Week Ahead: Bending the Volcker Rule By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    THE WEEK AHEAD: BENDING THE VOLCKER RULE

    Paul Volcker is credited with taming runaway inflation, helping seed the U.S. economy for the booming 1980s and '90s. He is an imposing...

    Financing, Credits, Finance, Credit, Economy
  • Under the Hood: Perceived braking irregularity might be a road surface issue By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    UNDER THE HOOD: PERCEIVED BRAKING IRREGULARITY MIGHT BE A ROAD SURFACE ISSUE

    Q. Brad, I have a problem with my 2013 Lexus IS 250c that has been going on almost from the time I began leasing it. When I brake for...

  • Ford tech workers move to Corktown: 'A very different space than suburbia' By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    FORD TECH WORKERS MOVE TO CORKTOWN: 'A VERY DIFFERENT SPACE THAN SUBURBIA'

    DETROIT - Tom Walsh packed his bags and headed west from New York City to Dearborn in March to play a key role on Ford's recently formed...

    Technology, Technologies, Tech, Moving, New York
  • HQ2 sweepstakes: Amazon's business much more than e-commerce By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    HQ2 SWEEPSTAKES: AMAZON'S BUSINESS MUCH MORE THAN E-COMMERCE

    There's the part of Amazon that sells and ships books, shoes, electronics, toys and even groceries. There's the side of Amazon that...

    Electronics, Business
  • Electric vehicle startup Rivian gets $200 million in funding to recharge shuttered Illinois plant By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    ELECTRIC VEHICLE STARTUP RIVIAN GETS $200 MILLION IN FUNDING TO RECHARGE SHUTTERED ILLINOIS PLANT

    Startup Rivian Automotive has secured a $200 million loan to begin producing electric vehicles at the former Mitsubishi plant in Normal,...

    Security, Companies, Company, Fund
  • Motormouth: Want better air circulation? Bring back the vent window By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    MOTORMOUTH: WANT BETTER AIR CIRCULATION? BRING BACK THE VENT WINDOW

    Q: We used to have a great Willys Jeep in the 1950s and my favorite memory is sitting in the front seat with those little front triangular...

  • Mark Phelan: 2019 Ford Raptor adds adaptive shocks ready for 'jump mode' By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    MARK PHELAN: 2019 FORD RAPTOR ADDS ADAPTIVE SHOCKS READY FOR 'JUMP MODE'

    DETROIT - Ford's insanely popular F-150 Raptor off-road race truck will add electronically controlled adaptive shock absorbers for...

    Sale, Electronics
  • Amazon's Alexa recorded and shared a conversation without consent, report says By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    AMAZON'S ALEXA RECORDED AND SHARED A CONVERSATION WITHOUT CONSENT, REPORT SAYS

    An Amazon device powered by the Alexa voice software recorded a couple's private conversation in their home and sent it to someone...

  • By Stl Today   -   May 25, 2018

    ALL EYES ON PUBLIX: WHAT CRISIS EXPERTS HAVE TO SAY ABOUT A ROUGH WEEK

    In the world of public relations, Publix is having a challenging week. The company, one of Florida's largest employers, first drew...

    World, Employment, Company, Companies
  • Corker, U.S. Chamber blast Trump threat of auto tariffs By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    CORKER, U.S. CHAMBER BLAST TRUMP THREAT OF AUTO TARIFFS

    WASHINGTON - Some policymakers and powerful business groups on Thursday criticized President Donald Trump's threatened tariffs on imported...

    Security, Business
  • By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    DELTA PLANS TO RESTART FLIGHTS TO MUMBAI

    Delta Air Lines said it plans to restart nonstop flights from the United States to Mumbai next year. Atlanta-based Delta made the announcement...

    United States
  • Pfizer settles kickback case related to copay assistance for $24M By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    PFIZER SETTLES KICKBACK CASE RELATED TO COPAY ASSISTANCE FOR $24M

    Pfizer will pay the government nearly $24 million as part of a settlement to resolve allegations that it funneled money through a foundation...

    Company, Government, Companies
  • After chilly spring, beer industry hopes Memorial Day weekend will kickstart sales By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    AFTER CHILLY SPRING, BEER INDUSTRY HOPES MEMORIAL DAY WEEKEND WILL KICKSTART SALES

    A lagging beer industry hopes a strong Memorial Day weekend can help make the glass look half full again. So far, 2018 has not been...

    Sale, Industry, Industries
  • By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    ELON MUSK WANTS TO RATE JOURNALISTS' CREDIBILITY. BUT HOW'S HIS CREDIBILITY?

    Stung by a series of news articles delving into safety issues at Tesla Motors' Fremont factory, Tesla Chief Executive Elon Musk has...

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  • By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    UNITED TAPS FAA'S FIRST FEMALE LEADER AS AIRLINE'S FIRST FEMALE BOARD CHAIRMAN

    The United Continental Holdings board has chosen Jane Garvey, the first female administrator of the U.S. Federal Aviation Administration,...

  • By Stl Today   -   May 24, 2018

    KANSAS REGULATORS APPROVE MERGER OF WESTAR, GREAT PLAINS

    TOPEKA, Kan. - Kansas utility regulators have approved the merger of the two largest electric companies operating in the state.

    Company, Companies