Friday November 24th, 2017 4:57PM

AP Business - Corporate News

Supporters of religious exemption bill say debate isn't over
Conservative groups said Tuesday that Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal turned his back on people of faith by vetoing a "religious freedom" bill and vowed to press the issue in coming years
2:52PM ( 1 year ago )
US Navy picks Electric Boat as prime contractor for new sub
The U.S. Navy has chosen General Dynamics Electric Boat to be the prime contractor for a new class of ballistic-missile submarines
2:49PM ( 1 year ago )
North Carolina AG won't defend transgender law in court
North Carolina's attorney general says he won't defend in court a new state law preventing Charlotte and other local governments from approving protections for LGBT citizens at restaurants, hotels and stores
2:37PM ( 1 year ago )
The Latest: Kasich talks immigration with Wisconsin voters
Presidential hopeful John Kasich says it's unrealistic to propose deportation of those living in the U.S. illegally
2:20PM ( 1 year ago )
Syria's Assad tries to polish image with Palmyra's recapture
The recapture of Palmyra from Islamic State militants puts Syrian government forces at the heart of the fight against IS _ and not just geographically speaking
2:10PM ( 1 year ago )
Elton John sued by off-duty officer alleging sex harassment
A Los Angeles police captain is suing Elton John, claiming he was repeatedly groped by the singer while he was working off-duty on the Grammy winner's security detail
2:06PM ( 1 year ago )
Utah governor signs bill requiring abortion anesthesia
The governor signed a bill that makes Utah the first state to require doctors to give anesthesia to women having an abortion at 20 weeks of pregnancy or later
2:02PM ( 1 year ago )
Daniels, Travis & Foster to join Country Music Hall of Fame
Fiddler Charlie Daniels, singer Randy Travis, and producer and label owner Fred Foster will be inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame
1:57PM ( 1 year ago )
US stocks rise as Fed emphasizes slow interest rate pace
Stocks are rising in afternoon trading on Wall Street after Federal Reserve Chair Janet Yellen said the Fed will continue to go slowly in raising interest rates
1:57PM ( 1 year ago )
Obama seeing China leader as South China Sea tensions rise
President Barack Obama will be meeting with Asian leaders in Washington this week as fears grow that tensions on the Korean Peninsula and in the South China Sea could flare into conflict
1:50PM ( 1 year ago )