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More foreign companies were in Beijing’s crosshairs Friday after including regions like Tibet and Taiwan in a list of independent countries on their websites.
NASA’s plan to routinely ferry astronauts into orbit using private spacecraft—initially slated to start last year—has slipped until at least the spring of 2019 and unresolved hazards threaten further delays.
Car makers plan revivals of some of their best-known truck and SUV nameplates, bringing a wave of roomy, updated off-road vehicles to the U.S. market—a sign that consumers’ passion for oversize vehicles hasn’t faded.
Chinese internet giant Tencent Holdings Ltd.’s visit to the bond market this week marked the latest in a string of Asian technology firms that have been issuing more debt as their market values have swelled.
Landlords expunge the disfavored four-letter word from shopping centers in favor of Town Center, Shoppes, Promenades and Quarters; an ‘upscale multipurpose leisure-time consumer destination’
When French billionaire Patrick Drahi spoke in 2016 to top managers at Cablevision—the New York-area firm he had just bought for $10 billion—he told them the key to his success was making decisions fast.
Toyota and Mazda were offered at least $700 million in combined incentives to steer a $1.6 billion new factory investment to northern Alabama.
Intel is quietly advising some customers to hold off installing patches that address new security flaws affecting virtually all of its processors. It turns out the patches had bugs of their own.
Dozens of robots were at the CES 2018 tech show in Las Vegas, some with legs and some on wheels, raising a pivotal question: Who would you rather have cooking your dinner, R2-D2, or C-3PO?
Facebook is considering changing how it prioritizes news stories in users’ feeds to give better placement to media outlets deemed more trustworthy, as the company continues efforts to limit the exposure of false news.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles said it would invest $1 billion to move production of one of its most profitable trucks to Michigan from Mexico, a move that could help the Italian-U.S. auto maker lower risks related to potential changes to the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Career Treasury Department staffers were “fully engaged” in the process of analyzing a Republican tax bill, and denied that political appointees had taken over the process, according to a government watchdog inquiry.
International Business Machines said James Kavanaugh will become the firm’s next senior vice president and finance chief, succeeding Martin Schroeter, who is expected to take on a sales-focused role within the company.
PepsiCo Inc. is devoting one of its coveted Super Bowl ads to its namesake soda brand and enlisting Cindy Crawford’s help.
Luxury goods company Kering moved to shed most of its controlling stake in the German sportswear company Puma, announcing a plan to distribute 70% of Puma’s shares to Kering shareholders.
Web-storage company Dropbox Inc. has filed confidentially to go public, in what stands to be one of the largest tech IPOs in the past few years, according to multiple people familiar with the matter.
Auto makers missed a U.S. emissions target for the first time despite achieving record fuel economy, setting the stage for intense lobbying as the Trump administration decides whether to roll back regulations.
Ford is telling owners of nearly 3,000 older Ranger pickup trucks not to drive them after learning that a driver was killed last year when a defective air bag made by Japanese supplier Takata ruptured in a crash.
The federal budget deficit for December narrowed from a year ago, amid flat government spending and higher tax receipts, the Treasury Department said.
The Treasury Department on Thursday updated its rules for tax withholding from paychecks, changing calculations so most workers will start getting more take-home pay in February as a result of the recently passed tax law.