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The U.S. will improve coordination by intelligence, diplomatic and law enforcement agencies to halt the cyber theft of trade secrets and technology.
WASHINGTON — Amid growing evidence that China and other countries are stealing U.S. trade secrets and technology through cyber attacks, the White House announced what it billed as a new strategy Wednesday to protect intellectual property.
Tesla Motors reported another good-not-great quarter, renewing concerns about its ability to produce enough electric vehicles to sustain the firm long term.
Tesla Motors Inc. reported another good-not-great quarter, renewing concerns about its ability to quickly churn out enough electric vehicles to sustain the company for the long term.
PNC Financial Services Group shareholders will consider the resolution at the April 23 annual meeting. It seeks a review of how its loans lead to greenhouse gas.
Activist investors have succeeded for the first time in placing a shareholder resolution on the risks of greenhouse-gas emissions up for a vote at a major bank, a step toward making climate change an important consideration for corporations.
Japan’s investigation into a burning lithium-ion battery aboard a Boeing 787 Dreamliner flight found it was improperly wired, according to an Associated Press report .
Macy’s, which claims it has an exclusive right to sell some Martha Stewart-branded products, will ask a judge to permanently block the agreement.
Macy’s Inc., the second-largest U.S. department store chain, will go to court in New York on Wednesday to try to persuade a judge to permanently block Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia Inc.’s pact with J.C. Penney Co.
California’s insurance commissioner says splitting the state into six zones would drive up premiums as much as 23% next year. He’s pushing an 18-region plan.
A proposal to split California into six zones for setting health insurance rates would drive premiums up as much as 23% for some policyholders next year as part of the federal healthcare overhaul, the state insurance commissioner is warning.
Google’s shares top $ 800 amid a dramatic resurgence for the king of online advertising.
SAN FRANCISCO — While Wall Street obsesses over Apple Inc.’s free fall and Facebook Inc.’s face plant, a global Internet giant is quietly growing ever more valuable.
Herbalife Ltd. reported that sales of its weight-loss and nutrition products increased significantly in the fourth quarter, even as a hedge fund manager was preparing a massive campaign to short its stock.