facebook
twitter
rss
account
search
search
Collections
Showing 2176 - 2200 of 3791 results for
Wall Street dips on poor Chinese data and tepid growth in Japan

Wall Street dips on poor Chinese data and tepid growth in Japan

Poor export data from China and tepid growth in Japan led to U.S. markets to fall sharply earlier in the day, only to recover but still end in the red.
Ananth Baliga
Twitter bug allowed unapproved access to protected accounts

Twitter bug allowed unapproved access to protected accounts

Twitter says it has a corrected a bug that entered its systems November 2013, which allowed unapproved users to read tweets coming from protected accounts.
Ananth Baliga
Google plans to release an Android software developer kit for wearables

Google plans to release an Android software developer kit for wearables

Google will launch an Android developer kit for wearables, according to Sundar Pichai, head of Android and Chrome, while speaking at the SXSW conference Monday.
Ananth Baliga
Apple releases first major update for iOS 7

Apple releases first major update for iOS 7

Apple released iOS 7.1, the first major update for the latest version of its mobile software, which includes CarPlay, Siri improvements, and visual tweaks.
Ananth Baliga

U.S. orders Elbit border protection system

A tower-mounted sensor system from Elbit Systems of America LLC is to be installed along the U.S.-Mexico border by U.S. Customs and Border Protection.

Austal building high speed support vessels for Middle East customer

An unidentified Middle Eastern customer has contracted Australian shipbuilder Austal Limited to supply two high speed support vessels.
European soccer team Bayern Munich boss involved in tax fraud

European soccer team Bayern Munich boss involved in tax fraud

Uli Hoeness, president of European soccer team Bayern Munich, has admitted to evading $25 million in German taxes and hiding funds in Swiss bank accounts.
Ananth Baliga
Sbarro files for second bankruptcy in three years

Sbarro files for second bankruptcy in three years

Restaurant chain Sbarro filed for bankruptcy under Chapter 11, citing falling foot traffic in malls that has led to dwindling pizza sales.
Ananth Baliga

Finland orders training simulators from Saab

The Finnish Defense Force has ordered training and simulation systems from Saab Training & Simulation of Sweden under a contract worth nearly $56.5 million.

CNS resumes takeover of nuclear plants

Preparations for Consolidated Nuclear Security LLC to manage and operate two U.S. nuclear plants are restarting following dismissal of contract award protests.
'Titanfall' launches Tuesday, Microsoft hopes for boost in Xbox sales

'Titanfall' launches Tuesday, Microsoft hopes for boost in Xbox sales

Microsoft will be relying heavily on "Titanfall," set for release Tuesday, to boost Xbox One sales and keep pace with Sony's PS4 console.
Ananth Baliga
Indian fair trade watchdog slaps $5B fine on Google

Indian fair trade watchdog slaps $5B fine on Google

Google faces a $5 billion fine in India if it is found to have violated competition laws of the country, just days after settling a similar case with the E.U.
Ananth Baliga
Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy in U.S., CEO's accounts hacked

Mt. Gox files for bankruptcy in U.S., CEO's accounts hacked

Mt. Gox, once the largest bitcoin exchange, filed for bankruptcy protection in the U.S. on Sunday, after filing for similar protection in Tokyo last month.
Ananth Baliga

U.S. expresses concern over Libyan oil seizure

Reports that illicit shipments of oil were taken from the Libyan port of As-Sidra are deeply concerning, the U.S. State Department said.

Israeli partners mull $750 million deal for Tamar gas

Partners operating the Tamar gas field off the Israeli coast said Monday a deal is in the works to sell gas to a company building an Israeli power plant.

London warns utilities against exploiting Ukrainian crisis

British utility companies shouldn't use the crisis over Ukraine as an excuse to raise consumer energy prices, British Energy Secretary Ed Davey said.

EU renewable energy use up since 2004

Eurostat, the statistics office for the European Union, said Monday member states used renewable energy to meet 14.1 percent of their demand in 2012.
Boeing inspecting 43 Dreamliners for cracks in wings

Boeing inspecting 43 Dreamliners for cracks in wings

Airplane maker Boeing says it has discovered manufacturing defects in its 787 Dreamliner and has called for the inspection of 43 jetliners.
Samsung launches free mobile radio service Milk Music

Samsung launches free mobile radio service Milk Music

Samsung launched a free, ad-free radio streaming service for its U.S. customers Friday, but the service will be available only on their Galaxy line of phones.
Ananth Baliga
Visa and MasterCard team up to focus on better payment security

Visa and MasterCard team up to focus on better payment security

MasterCard and Visa announced Friday that they formed a cross-industry group to work on improving payment security systems, including new chip technology.
Ananth Baliga
United says it is cracking down on carry-on bag size

United says it is cracking down on carry-on bag size

United Airlines says it is responding to passenger complaints about large carry-on bags by strictly enforcing its rules on size limits at U.S. airports.

Britain to refuel sub's nuclear reactor

The nuclear reactor powering the Royal Navy's HMS Vanguard submarine is to be refueled beginning next year.
Boeing announces retirement plan changes for non-union workers

Boeing announces retirement plan changes for non-union workers

Non-union employees of Boeing enrolled in company pension plans are being transitioned to a company funded, defined-contribution retirement savings plan.
Germany receives helicopter configured for use in Afghanistan

Germany receives helicopter configured for use in Afghanistan

The 12th and last Tiger UHT helicopter upgraded for use in Afghanistan has been delivered to the German Army by Airbus Helicopters.
Rolls-Royce building new facility in Germany

Rolls-Royce building new facility in Germany

Rolls-Royce has broken ground for a new facility in Germany for testing jet engine components and to expand its aerospace and technology capabilities.
Page 88 of 152
Trending News
More Collections
2014: Swim Week Miami Beach
2014: Swim Week Miami Beach
2014: Celebrity Families
2014: Celebrity Families
2014: Celebrity Breakups and divorces
2014: Celebrity Breakups and divorces
2013: NFL cheerleaders
2013: NFL cheerleaders
Notable deaths of 2014
Notable deaths of 2014
PETA's Veggie Dog Giveaway in D.C.
PETA's Veggie Dog Giveaway in D.C.
American restaurants in China
American restaurants in China
Nadaam festival in Mongolia
Nadaam festival in Mongolia
2014: Paris Fashion Week
2014: Paris Fashion Week
Most Popular
Video
x
Feedback