The Steel Forest Furniture Company is bringing locally crafted furniture to Main Street in Columbus.
It began with the constant and compulsive pressure to sell.
Mugshots is opening in Columbus.
American seed and weed-killer company Monsanto and German medicine and farm chemical maker Bayer are combining in a deal that could help farmers produce higher yields to address challenges from global warming to rising food demand from a fast-growing global population.
More than seven years after an airline captain saved 155 lives by ditching his crippled airliner in the Hudson River, now the basis of a new movie, most of the safety recommendations stemming from the accident haven't been carried out.
As the U.S. economy enters its eighth year of its recovery from the Great Recession, one major factor is slowing its growth: Government gridlock.
Samsung plans to issue a software update for its recalled Galaxy Note 7 smartphones that will prevent them from overheating by limiting battery recharges to 60 percent.
Louisiana Shrimp Shack opens today in Columbus.
Fear of an economic meltdown was the biggest weapon in the campaign to stop Britain from leaving the European Union.
With Congress back at work, small business owners are hoping issues they care about like tax reform or health care will get some attention. They may be left waiting a while.
Volkswagen Truck & Bus, an arm of the German automaker Volkswagen, is buying a minority stake in Navistar for $256 million.
Anytime Fitness is opening a second location in Columbus next week. It will be located at 3918 Hwy. 45 N., the former location of Prairie Pointe Power Sports.
A growing northeast Mississippi company will take over the former headquarters of a regional mainstay that dissolved in bankruptcy.
The first commercial flight between the United States and Cuba in more than a half century landed in the central city of Santa Clara on Wednesday morning, re-establishing regular air service severed at the height of the Cold War.
Air bag maker Takata Corp.'s troubles worsened Monday as the company confirmed that a truck carrying its inflators and a volatile chemical exploded last week in a Texas border town, killing a woman and injuring four others.
Fresh-cut vegetables are being recalled from grocery, discount and convenience stores across the Southeast because the food may be contaminated with potentially fatal Listeria bacteria.
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