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Here’s the beef: Beef Jerky Outlet opens in Kanawha City shopping center
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Here’s the beef: Beef Jerky Outlet opens in Kanawha City shopping center

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Meat eaters looking for a salty, savory snack in the area are no longer limited to convenience or grocery stores.

Beef Jerky Outlet opens Wednesday in the Shops at Kanawha, 5707...

Pancakes for dinner: McDonald’s to offer breakfast all day starting Oct. 6
Pancakes for dinner: McDonald’s to offer breakfast all day starting Oct. 6

NEW YORK — If you’re one of those people who hates missing the end of breakfast hours at McDonald’s, hang on just a little longer: the chain says its breakfast menu will be available all day starting Oct. 6.

Items like Egg...

Tech giant unveils new logo
Tech giant unveils new logo

SAN FRANCISCO — Google is refining its famous logo as it prepares to become a part of a new holding company called Alphabet.

The revised design unveiled Tuesday features the same mix of blue, red, yellow and...

Judge says he’ll sign off on Patriot Coal asset sale

RICHMOND, Va. (AP) — A bankruptcy judge has told Patriot Coal that it can sell its remaining assets at auction.

U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Keith Phillips said on Monday at a hearing in Richmond that he would sign off on Patriot holding...

Here’s the beef: Beef Jerky Outlet opens in Kanawha City shopping center
Here’s the beef: Beef Jerky Outlet opens in Kanawha City shopping center

CHARLESTON, W.Va. — Meat eaters looking for a salty, savory snack in the area are no longer limited to convenience or grocery stores.

Beef Jerky Outlet opens Wednesday in the Shops at Kanawha, 5707...

US stocks edge lower; energy shares reverse a slide
US stocks edge lower; energy shares reverse a slide

NEW YORK — Stocks remained mostly lower in midday trading Monday, but a spike in oil prices helped energy shares reverse an early decline. Investors continue to focus on the Federal Reserve, which appears on...

First Energy asks for $75.8 million increase over two years

First Energy is asking for an additional $75.8 million from customers over the next two years to cover past and future costs...

Netflix to lose flicks: Epix movies going to Hulu in new deal
Netflix to lose flicks: Epix movies going to Hulu in new deal

LOS ANGELES — Hulu will expand its library in October as part of a new deal with cable network Epix.

The news came just after streaming giant Netflix announced that it has decided against renewing its...

4G technology continues to expand in Charleston area
4G technology continues to expand in Charleston area

Cellphone and tablet users in the Charleston area should be able to download apps, stream videos and check emails at quicker speeds thanks to the expansion of the latest wireless technology.

Several wireless providers, including AT&T and nTelos,...

John Burdette: Don’t let fear drive your market decisions
John Burdette: Don’t let fear drive your market decisions

I did not go into my office last Monday because I was with my wife while she had minor oral surgery. Little did I know the markets would open down 1000 Dow points, officially putting the index into correction territory. I spent a good portion of my...

AAA now helping drivers get E-ZPass devices
AAA now helping drivers get E-ZPass devices

A new partnership with AAA offices in the state to promote use of E-ZPass transponders on the West Virginia Turnpike appears to be a success, according to state Parkways Authority officials.

“We think more people may take notice and stop...

Kroger to hold open interviews for veterans, their families
Kroger to hold open interviews for veterans, their families

Kroger, the large Cincinnati-based grocery chain, is looking to hire about 20,000 military veterans or members of their families.

On Monday, the grocery chain announced that it would be holding open interviews for interested applicants on Sept. ...

Twitter sets modest goals to diversity its workforce
Twitter sets modest goals to diversity its workforce

SAN FRANCISCO (AP) – Twitter is setting modest goals to diversify its workforce while it fights a proposed class-action lawsuit that says the online messaging service discriminates against its female employees.

The hiring targets...

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