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WASHINGTON — The U.S. service sector expanded at a slightly faster rate in May than the previous month, data released Wednesday by the Institute for Supply Management indicate.
The International Trade Commission says the Apple iPhone 4 and an iPad 2 variant violate a patent held by Samsung Electronics. Apple will appeal the ruling.
NEW YORK — A U.S. trade agency issued a ban on imports of Apple’s iPhone 4 and a variant of the iPad 2 after finding that the devices violate a patent held by South Korean rival Samsung Electronics.
A lease-price war is causing a run on battery-powered cars, and some models have even sold out in Southern California.
If you’ve been enticed by the recent spate of cheap lease deals on electric cars, good luck finding one.
The theme park next to Disneyland in Anaheim drew an estimated 7.8 million visitors in 2012, up 22.6% from 2011, after adding the Cars Land attraction.
Cars Land has put the pedal to the metal on attendance numbers at Disney’s California Adventure Park.
Big investments at Disney’s California Adventure Park and Universal Studios Hollywood seem to have paid off.
WASHINGTON — Taking aim at so-called patent trolls that use the threat of lawsuits to obtain licensing fees, President Obama issued executive orders to crack down on abuses and called on Congress to take tougher steps to protect innovative high-tech businesses.
WASHINGTON — The U.S. trade deficit widened in April after hitting a three-year low the previous month, as imports of consumer goods surged in a reflection of increasing confidence among American households.
Ford is recalling nearly 390,000 vehicles in the U.S. for a potential fuel tank leak that could result in a fire.
Who is your worst critic when you are driving? A new poll by Insurance.com says that spouses are the worst, most critical backseat drivers. Moms and friends are next in line.