In court papers filed Friday, Yahoo Inc. now says Facebook's online social network infringes on 12 of its Internet patents, up from 10.
A plant run by The Coca-Cola Co. in China has been shut down by regulators because of chlorine levels found in the drinks it produces.
Learjet executives say an expansion at the company's plant in west Wichita could bring at least 450 new jobs to the city.
Sales of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs are so strong that their factory will stay open through the normal two-week summer shutdown.
Engine maker Briggs & Stratton plans on trimming about 250 jobs at an Alabama manufacturing plant.
California fuel cell maker Bloom Energy has broken ground for a new manufacturing facility at the site of a former Chrysler assembly plant in Newark.
The auto industry may have steered its way around another crisis, avoiding a second major disruption of its supply chain in a year.
A published report says Apple Inc. uses subsidiaries in low-tax nations as part of a strategy that enables the technology giant to cut its global tax bill by billions of dollars every year.
China Eastern Airlines is buying 20 Boeing 777 jets worth nearly $6B while also selling five Airbus A340s to the U.S. plane maker because they're costlier to run, the Shanghai-based airline said.
Trade officials want more small and mid-size businesses to boost their export capacity, which only requires "a good website," according to one Bill Keith.
Smartphones are the hottest gadgets in the world. But who's the biggest smartphone maker? We don't really know.
Companies have shifted business from space exploration. Lockheed Martin Corp. closed its shuttle tank production line in New Orleans in 2010, ending the jobs of about 1,400 workers.
General Motors CEO Dan Akerson's compensation tripled in 2011 to $7.7 million as the company posted the biggest profit in its history.
Prem Watsa, RIM's third-largest investor, said he sees his investment in the company as a long-term one, adding that RIM's fortunes won't be reversed soon.
North America propped up Ford Motor Co.'s profits in the first quarter, which otherwise took a beating from plummeting European sales and higher taxes.
Officials say the new facility will accommodate Clear Edge's growing demand for their lines of industrial process filtration products.
The privately held company makes motion-control systems for factory equipment and medical devices.
The new facility will allow Gerkin to increase glass production and allow for line expansion in the existing plant.
The company earned $473 million in the first quarter, mainly from strong U.S. sales, which rose 39 percent from January through March.