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Delta is making more money by filling more seats on its planes and fuel costs inch downward from last year.

A Kemper County drugmaker has laid off most of its remaining employees, making it likely that it will shut down while owing the state economic development money.

Boeing's increased rate of commercial jet manufacturing is starting to pay off for shareholders.

Reynolds American Inc.'s first-quarter profit fell more than 28 percent as the company sold fewer cigarettes and spent more on expanding its electronic cigarette brand and legal costs.

The Sioux Falls economy received an $8.5 million boost from the recent Summit League men's and women's basketball tournaments.

Procter & Gamble Co.'s fiscal third-quarter net income rose 2 percent as it cut costs to offset sluggish sales in categories like beauty and family products.

A study by the U.N. education agency says cellphones are getting more and more people to read in countries where books are rare and illiteracy is high.

Louisiana's first Microsoft specialty location is set to open May 17 in the Mall of Louisiana.

Officials with Consumers Energy said they're committed to helping find a new use for the site of a coal-fired power plant in western Michigan that's scheduled to close in two years.

Natchez Aldermen have agreed to give a potential buyer of Natchez Regional Medical Center a tax credit to help pay the bankrupt hospital's debt.

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