49 min ago | WCSH 6 Portland
When you think of company's that are known for being good places to work for people over 50, a construction company might not be the first thing that comes to mind.
1 hr ago | Contractor
Economists from Associated Builders and Contractors, the American Institute of Architects and the National Association of Home Builders gave their perspectives on where the construction economy is headed during a June 17 online news conference.
6 hrs ago | OregonLive.com
A Weyerhaeuser Co. employee works outside in a Lebanon lumber yard in this 2007 file photo.
10 hrs ago | The Hartford Courant
Investors accustomed to late market volatility at the end of the quarter should expect an extra jolt on June 28, when billions of dollars in stock trades will be executed in less than two seconds.
12 hrs ago | Customer Interaction Solutions
Jacobs Engineering Group Inc. announced today it was selected as an awardee to provide program management, engineering, and technology support services to the Department of Homeland Security as part of the Technical, Acquisition and Business Support Services contract.
The S&P 500 fell nearly 10% in June 2008, and investors began to brace for an eventual market crash later in the year.
Tesoro Corp. said Monday it has agreed to sell its refining operations in Hawaii to Par Petroleum Corp. for $75 million plus the market value of its working capital.
U.S. antitrust regulators have given oil refiner Tesoro Corp and its logistics subsidiary approval to buy Northwest Products Pipeline system and related assets from Chevron Corp, on the condition that its sells a petroleum terminal in Boise, Idaho, the Federal Trade Commission said on Monday.
To bolster its ability to haul freight, including crude oil, Fort Worth, Texas-based BNSF Railway Co.
Workers work at a construction site in Montreal is shown in this file photo. Quebec's biggest business lobby group said Monday the province's economy is at risk if the current labour disruption in the construction industry lingers.
In this article, the unique combination of companies under discussion includes three in the construction, mining and agricultural industries.
Some companies allow their workers to buy and sell vacation time, a perk that gives workers more flexibility in managing their time off.
Construction sites across Quebec will shut down midnight Monday as 175,000 unionized workers go on strike after contract talks failed, union leaders said Sunday afternoon.
Brookfield Asset Management Inc said it will sell its Longview Timber holdings in the U.S. Pacific Northwest to Weyerhaeuser Co for $2.65 billion, including assumption of debt, and will sell a nearby paper and packaging business to KapStone Paper and Packaging Corp for $1.025 billion.
Residents of Omaha and those who live near the city benefit from being in the center of a regional hub for medical services.