Struggling cellphone maker Nokia Corp. launched its first smartphone for China on Wednesday, looking to the world's biggest mobile market to help drive its 1-year-old turnaround effort.
Amazon.com Inc. announced plans for a $150M warehouse and distribution center in Indiana after state officials gave the online retailer two more years before it has to start collecting sales taxes from customers.
The suit said the camera and medical equipment maker falsified financial statements over 10 years through March 2011 to cover up massive investment losses from 1998.
At least one of five century-old incandescent light bulbs still works after being pulled from the cornerstone of a Cleveland-area building along with a time capsule.
The Federal Reserve Bank of Richmond reported that a measure of regional manufacturing plunged this month.
The major Japanese semiconductor maker aims to improve its performance by consolidating and enhancing production efficiency, as the company expects to see a 57 billion yen net loss for the current year.
Taylor said the truck assembly plant is "a clear indication Navistar is going to be doing more in the state."
Three environmental groups have sued the federal government over its handling of a solar project in the Mojave Desert, saying it will harm the desert tortoise and its habitat.
General Motors expects to save about $2 billion during the next five years by centralizing most of the global advertising for its Chevrolet brand.
Federal safety regulators have begun investigating buses made by Motor Coach Industries Inc. over the past 20 years because the drive shafts can fall out and cause drivers to lose control.
Upstream from the reservation is a shuttered General Motors factory, now a federal Superfund site where tons of toxic waste have been removed.
The plane, which was carrying 430 passengers to Frankfurt, Germany, was in the air about three hours when crew reported a surge in one of its four Rolls-Royce engines.
A hydrogen release triggered a brief fire that injured two workers at a new Air Products and Chemicals Co. plant in Luling, La.
An executive at Japanese auto parts supplier Denso Corp. will serve a one-year prison sentence for price fixing.
Research In Motion's international sales are slowing and the BlackBerry maker doesn't have new smartphones for the competitive North American market, say analysts.
Facebook raised alarms about privacy, warning employers not to ask job applicants for their passwords. The company threatened legal action against applications that violate its long-standing policy against sharing passwords.
Shares of A123 Systems tumbled by double digits to an all-time low after the maker of batteries for electric cars estimated that it would spend about $55M to replace battery modules and packs that might be defective.
The company says that a battery cable covering in the trunk was incorrectly installed. The defect could prevent the car from starting and in extreme cases could lead to a fire.
Westlake Chemical Corp. crews were clearing chemicals Sunday from a tower damaged by an explosion and fire last week at the plant in Geismar, La.