Gillibrand says a rollback of new energy-efficiency standards for old-fashioned light bulbs would hurt U.S. manufacturers and help Chinese companies export inferior products to the U.S.
A U.S. judge has overturned a multimillion-dollar patent-infringement verdict against BlackBerry maker Research In Motion.
Hewlett-Packard Co. on Wednesday said that it will take a massive charge against its earnings for the latest quarter, leading to a record loss of nearly $9 billion.
The U.S. trade deficit fell to its lowest level in 18 months in June, pushed down by a steep drop in oil imports and a rise in exports.
A former Intel Corp. worker in Massachusetts has been sentenced to three years in federal prison for stealing hundreds of millions of dollars' worth of computer chip manufacturing and design secrets while working for a rival company.
The National Transportation Safety Board says a fan shaft failed on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner engine during a taxi test at Charleston International Airport.
Ford Motor Co. is entering the heavy truck business in China with an affiliate's acquisition of Taiyuan Changan Heavy Truck Co.
An official at Wacker Polysilicon said about 1,000 construction workers per day are involved in the building of a new plant in Charleston.
U.S. employers posted the most job openings in four years in June, a positive sign that hiring may pick up.
Toyota's top U.S. sales executive predicts that his company will add jobs and build more models in North America as a hedge against a strong yen.
The central banks of France and Britain, Europe's second- and third-largest economies, made grim forecasts on Wednesday, while data out of Germany, its largest economy, showed a weakening in manufacturing.
Maryland's attorney general is objecting to the proposed sale of the Sparrows Point steel mill by RG Steel.
A123 Systems said that while its operations continue to bleed cash, it has reached an agreement with a Chinese auto parts maker for an investment of up to $450M that will help the struggling electric vehicle maker stay afloat.
Boeing spokesman Thomas Brabant said the 2012 prices reflected higher costs for wages, goods, and services.