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The powerful chairman of Volkswagen unexpectedly resigned, opening a new period of uncertainty for the automotive giant just weeks after he threw the company into a management crisis.
Tesla Motors Inc.’s official Twitter account was hacked on Saturday around 4:50 p.m. New York time by a person or people who identified themselves as the #ripprgang.
Tullow Oil PLC was handed positive news Saturday when an international tribunal ruled against suspending all petroleum operations in an offshore zone that is under dispute between Ghana and Ivory Coast.
An 11th-hour lobbying push by Comcast’s chief executive was one last failure in an expensive, 14-month drive to secure regulatory approval to merge the nation’s No. 1 and No. 2 cable and broadband Internet providers.
Some eurozone finance ministers have acknowledged for the first time that they are considering plans on what to do if no deal on Greece’s future financing can be reached.
Summer work taught teens about life, labor and their place in the universe. That lesson seems lost today, writes Dave Shiflett.
The global economy is awash in commodities, but also with capital and labor—a glut that presents several challenges.
Cirque du Soleil artists put themselves at risk to entertain but don’t get to keep their salaries if they suffer severe injuries.
At least five shipping companies applied for special licenses to relaunch overnight ferry services from ports in Florida.
PepsiCo Inc. it will remove aspartame from Diet Pepsi in the U.S. and replace it with sucralose, another artificial sweetener, in a bid to reverse plunging sales.
BlackBerry is considering closing its offices in Sweden, a move that would put up to 100 employees out of work.
Life doesn’t have to be reduced to a series of unnecessary disruptions on your wrist.
The retailer is dialing back its sex-tinged marketing and putting an end to hiring sales staff on attractiveness.
Escalation of a U.S. bird-flu outbreak is elevating fears that the virus could linger, hobbling a poultry industry trying to identify its causes.
GlaxoSmithKline’s malaria vaccine, the world’s most advanced, loses effectiveness over time, even with a booster shot, according to new clinical-trial results.
American companies continue to curtail spending on big-ticket products such as equipment and machinery, the latest sign the U.S. economy got clobbered in the first quarter by troubles at home and abroad.
The author of “The Sculptor” on the utility of laptop tents, old iPads and travel mugs.
Advances in technology are making it possible for robots to handle harvesting and other tasks in the fresh-produce industry.
American Airlines posted record first-quarter profit, but the largest U.S. airline by traffic warned that the strong dollar and a creeping imbalance between supply and demand are expected to drag down a key measure of revenue in the current quarter.