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Discovery Communications and toy maker Hasbro are ending their joint partnership in the Hub, a cable network that hoped to become a force in children's television.
Tesla Motors's Chief Executive Elon Musk said the technology for a fully autonomous car could be ready in five or six years, and the result will be a vehicle far less likely to harm occupants and others on the road.
The Huffington Post will launch a Greek edition based in Athens this year in the latest step of a global expansion strategy that the company says has resulted in nearly 50% of the site's traffic now coming from outside the U.S.
Sony's last hopes for turning around its electronics arm have faltered. The company, which expects to post a fiscal-year loss of $2.15 billion, said it won't be a major player in the smartphone market as it is still struggling amid competition.
With the Ebola crisis in the background, standards for disinfecting planes vary based on time, class and other factors.
New, relatively inexpensive collaborative robots—designed to work alongside people in close settings—are changing how some smaller U.S. manufacturers do their jobs.
The campaign to break up DuPont Co.by activist investor Trian Fund Management LP is no slam dunk.
As controversy swirls around the NFL, brands are facing a difficult task: how to make a strong statement against wrongdoing like domestic violence without jeopardizing lucrative deals with the league.
The Pentagon's premier satellite-launch provider has joined forces with Blue Origin, a space startup run by Amazon CEO Jeff Bezos, to jointly develop a new rocket engine intended to eventually replace a Russian-built engine that now powers Atlas V rockets.
United Auto Workers union is seeking to negotiate on behalf of some Volkswagen U.S. employees despite being rejected in an organizing vote earlier this year, citing support of hourly workers at VW's Chattanooga, Tenn., plant.
Port Gibson, Miss., got a fleeting boost when its only factory won a huge order for the Perfect Bacon Bowl. Within a few months, production of the fad kitchen utensil had shifted to China.
Bayer plans to separate its plastics business, a move that would further the German company's shift away from its roots in chemicals and toward life sciences.
Political and economic turmoil in some of Inditex's high-growth markets pressured profit and sales in the first half, reflecting a downside to the Zara owner's aggressive expansion into Asia and Eastern Europe.
General Mills said its core business performed even worse than expected in the latest quarter, with profit plunging 25% on anemic demand for breakfast cereal and other traditional packaged foods.
When Alibaba begins trading Friday, four of the world's 10 largest Internet companies by stock-market value will be based in Asia, highlighting how much action is shifting to the region.
Agilent Technologies said Chief Executive Bill Sullivan will step down in March, and the company provided an update for its spinoff of Keysight Technologies.
The FCC's chief defended the use of secret meetings during merger reviews, in response to criticism from Comcast and a senator.
A federal judge said Wednesday that a freeze on businessman Eike Batista's assets has so far turned up about $50 million in his Brazilian bank accounts.
The U.S. consumer finance regulator on Wednesday proposed to start supervising the finance units of major car companies, focusing on the 38 largest nonbank lenders in the automotive sector.