U.S. companies in March posted the highest number of job openings in nearly four years, a sign that hiring could strengthen in the coming months after slowing this spring.
Although the jury decided Android infringes on some of Java's copyrights, the five men and seven women on the panel were divided on whether Google's actions were permissible under "fair use" protections of U.S. law.
The solar energy product maker Energy Conversion Devices Inc. says it's cutting about 300 jobs as it cancels an auction of its solar panel unit.
Nevada drivers could soon be sharing the road with vehicles that don't need them. Department of Motor Vehicles officials said they've issued Google the nation's first license to test self-driving cars on public streets.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Monday the electric RAV4 will cost $49,800 when it goes on sale this summer. That's more than double the starting price of the gas version.
Bill Koucky's Northwest Michigan Biodiesel LLC plant is expected to be in full production within weeks, the Traverse City Record-Eagle reported.
Small business owners recovered some of their optimism during April, but they're still wary about the economy.
A settlement has been reached in a lawsuit against Ford that alleged defects in tires on the Ford Bronco were a substantial factor in a crash that left a man paralyzed.
The major auto parts manufacturer will supply products to Japan's Suzuki and other automakers in the country to keep pace with India's expanding auto market.
Oil prices declined after voters in Europe rejected leaders who supported austerity measures to fix the struggling economy. Analysts warned that the election results could derail the recovery.
Etihad still has orders for 12 of the aircraft, a rival of Boeing's 777, according to Airbus' website.
Westlake Chemical Corp. said Friday that it withdrew a $1.2 billion offer to buy Georgia Gulf Corp. and will sell its stock in the company.
ABB has entered the market with the launch of its Terra 51 direct current charger, marking the start of a massive infrastructure rollout to drive the adoption of electric mobility.
Chrysler is recalling 119,072 cars after discovering that the antilock brake and electronic stability control systems can fail because of an overheated power supply.
Hawker Beechcraft said in a news release that it also received permission to pay all vendors and suppliers for goods and services delivered after the bankruptcy filing.
Officials say explosions and a fire at one of the world's largest petrochemical industrial estates have killed 12 people and injured more than 100 others in eastern Thailand.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. cut operating hours at its Mizushima plant due to sluggish exports, and plans to send some 500 surplus workers to other plants.
Grob Systems in Bluffton plans to add about 130 jobs and The Courier newspaper reports the company is seeking nearly $11 million in state loans for the expansion.
Elpida is the only Japanese maker of dynamic random access memory chips used in personal computers and smartphones, and filed for bankruptcy protection in February.