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The next Tesla? Dubuc preps crowdfunded car

Dubuc Motors is moving to create a new luxury electric supercar, the Tomahawk, but is planning to do it via crowdfunding instead of venture capital.
Source: | By: Kevin Hebler, special to
1,000 pages of Clinton emails released; 84 classifications

WASHINGTON— The State Department has released more than 1,000 new pages of Hillary Clinton's emails. It plans to finish making her emails public on Feb. 29, a day before the critical Super Tuesday primaries when multiple states hold nominating contests. The FBI also is examining the security of the home server she maintained for email use while in office.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By BRADLEY KLAPPER, Associated Press
Special needs tech: The next wave of mobile?

The mobile revolution has largely left one group of individuals out in the cold: special needs users. That is slowly changing, analysts tell CNBC.
Source: | By: Laura Petti
Slovak PM says negative bond yields should spur borrowing

BRATISLAVA, Feb 13- Slovakia should take advantage of negative yields on its sovereign debt to invest in major public infrastructure projects, Prime Minister Robert Fico said on Saturday as campaigning for next month's general election heats up. Following estimated growth of 3.6 percent last year, Slovakia's economy is expected to expand by 3.2 percent in...
Source: Reuters
Reality tempers optimism in coal country after court ruling

MADISON, W.Va.— The U.S. Supreme Court has delivered a commodity that is hard to come by in coal country: hope. For the long-suffering communities that depend on coal, last week's Supreme Court ruling was seen as a rare victory. To Joshua Johnson, 29, the Supreme Court's ruling was as welcome to him as a sunny day in spring in southern West Virginia.
Source: The Associated Press | By: By JOHN RABY and MATTHEW BROWN, Associated Press
Ex-Fed pres: This bear market belongs to the Fed

Former Dallas Fed President Robert McTeer says that The Fed acted too late in raising interest rates.
Source: | By: Brian Price
Main Street holds up as Wall Street struggles, for a change

NEW YORK— Wall Street is hurting, and Main Street doesn't care. It's an about-face from the early years of the economic recovery, which began in 2009, when stocks and big banks were soaring but many on Main Street felt like they were getting left behind. The divergence underway between Main Street and Wall Street highlights the difference between the U.S. stock...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By STAN CHOE, AP Business Writer
Democrats' US Senate race heats up over natural gas industry

Fracking, the drilling technology that has helped make Pennsylvania the nation's No. 2 natural gas producer, has divided the Democratic Party over its geopolitical and economic value when weighed against its real or potential harm to health and the environment. Two years ago, all four Democrats running for Pennsylvania governor opposed a broad moratorium on...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By MARC LEVY, Associated Press
Feds: New traceability rules would cut down illegal seafood

PORTLAND, Maine— Federal authorities say they want feedback from the public about proposed rules they hope would take a bite out of illegal fishing imports that jeopardize the country's multibillion dollar commercial fishing industry. Proposed new rules about seafood traceability would protect the public from fraud and help keep unsustainable fish...
Source: The Associated Press | By: By PATRICK WHITTLE, Associated Press
REFILE-UPDATE 1-Billionaire Vekselberg says may be buyer in Russia's privatisation

Vekselberg is one of Russia's richest men. MUNICH/ MOSCOW, Feb 13- Billionaire Viktor Vekselberg said on Saturday he might buy stakes in some of Russia's miners when they come up for sale, the first oligarch to officially declare in interest in the country's new privatisation drive. Vekselberg, one of Russia's richest men with assets ranging from construction to...
Source: Reuters