It’s baseball season and time for a box of Cracker Jacks. But don’t look for the chintzy prize. It has been replaced with a QR code because not even Cracker Jack could escape the millennials. This is the new Cracker Jack experience, just in time for another season of America’s favorite pastime, PepsiCo’s Frito Lay division announced recently.
Pop music star Prince apparently died without writing a will, and it's likely that his relatives and business contacts will be fighting in a Minnesota court for years over his estate, estimated at $150 million to $300 million.
Uber and advocates for the blind have reached a lawsuit settlement in which the ride-hailing company agrees to require that existing and new drivers confirm they understand their legal obligations to transport riders with guide dogs or other service animals, an advocacy group announced Saturday.
Berkshire Hathaway's first-quarter profit grew 8 percent largely because of the way it had to account for its Duracell acquisition on paper, but profits fell at its BNSF railroad and at its insurance units.
Baby boomer — the 76.4 million people born between 1946 and 1964 in the United States — are being heavily impacted by recent layoffs. Roughly a third of the oldest boomers in United State are still working, and the overall majority continue to work due to financial need or because they possess a strong desire to work.
Central Kentucky is seeing growth in housing options for seniors. Why? Because the population is aging, and the traditional two-story house with basement is trying on aging joints and flagging energy. But how many can afford it?
Caterpillar Inc. says it will close five more factories — including an Oxford, Mississippi, plant — as the Peoria, Illinois-based heavy equipment maker reacts to slowing demand for construction and mining equipment worldwide by cutting capacity.
Philip Kives, the tireless TV pitchman whose commercials implored viewers to "wait, there's more!" while selling everything from vegetable slicers to hit music compilations on vinyl, has died at age 87.
Investor Warren Buffett says he would be willing to sell Berkshire Hathaway's big investments in American Express, Coca-Cola and other companies if he found a significantly better option, but he still believes in those companies.
Half-ton pickup trucks crowd the curb outside the One Horse Saloon, a neon Coors Light sign in the window and rib-eye steaks on the menu, but otherwise Nickerson, Nebraska, is nearly silent on a spring evening, with only rumbling freight trains interrupting bird songs.