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Military flight tests components of Aegis Ashore

Military flight tests components of Aegis Ashore

Components of the Aegis Ashore anti-missile program have been flight tested.
Richard Tomkins
GM recalls another 218,000 vehicles for a fire risk

GM recalls another 218,000 vehicles for a fire risk

General Motors has recalled another 218,000 vehicles, just a day after it announced the recall of 2.42 million GM cars, pickup trucks and SUVs.
Ananth Baliga
Eurofighter announces enhancements for Typhoon

Eurofighter announces enhancements for Typhoon

Eurofighter Jagdflugzeug GmbH has announced a capability enhancement package for its Typhoon combat plane, flown or ordered by seven countries.
Richard Tomkins
Brazilian Air Force, Embraer sign KC-390 procurement deal

Brazilian Air Force, Embraer sign KC-390 procurement deal

Brazilian Air Force to receive first KC-390 airlifter in 2016.
Richard Tomkins
U.S. stocks rise ahead of Fed's April meeting minutes

U.S. stocks rise ahead of Fed's April meeting minutes

U.S. stocks bounced back from Tuesday's losses, as investors await the minutes from the Federal Reserve's FOMC meeting in April.
Ananth Baliga
Ebay asks users to change password following cyber attack

Ebay asks users to change password following cyber attack

Ebay posted a statement Wednesday morning asking users to change their passwords after a database containing passwords and other non-financial data was hacked.
Ananth Baliga
Gazprom obligated to Ukraine, European president says

Gazprom obligated to Ukraine, European president says

The European Union expects Russia to keep gas flowing through Ukraine so long as diplomatic channels are open, the European Commission president said Wednesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Gazprom Neft gives Russian services company a leg up

Gazprom Neft gives Russian services company a leg up

Gazprom Neft, the oil arm of gas giant Gazprom, said Wednesday it signed an agreement with Eurasia Drilling Co. for onshore and offshore work in Russia.
Daniel J. Graeber
EU to monitor heavy-duty vehicle emissions

EU to monitor heavy-duty vehicle emissions

Emissions from heavy-duty vehicles will be monitored as a first step toward curbing pollutants on course to reach unsustainable levels, the EU said Wednesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Winter hit consumers' pocketbooks, U.S. says

Winter hit consumers' pocketbooks, U.S. says

U.S. consumer bills during the last two quarters were more than 4 percent higher year-on-year because of a harsh winter, the Energy Department said.
Daniel J. Graeber
Kremlin: Gas flow to China starts at 1.3 trillion cubic feet per year

Kremlin: Gas flow to China starts at 1.3 trillion cubic feet per year

Russia will send natural gas to China as early as 2018, with initial volumes of 1.3 trillion cubic feet per year, Russia's energy minister said Wednesday.
Daniel J. Graeber
Netflix to expand to 6 European countries, including Germany and France

Netflix to expand to 6 European countries, including Germany and France

Netflix plans to expand to six European countries, including Germany and France, beyond its presence in Britain, the Netherlands and Scandinavian countries.
Ananth Baliga
Segway lanches three-wheel vehicle for public safety market

Segway lanches three-wheel vehicle for public safety market

Segway launches three-wheel vehicle for public safety use.
Richard Tomkins
Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak found guilty of embezzlement

Ousted Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak found guilty of embezzlement

Former Egyptian President Hosni Mubarak was sentenced Wednesday to three years in prison for embezzling public funds -- his second conviction since 2011.
Ananth Baliga
Hercules Offshore nabs $420 million North Sea rig contract

Hercules Offshore nabs $420 million North Sea rig contract

U.S. rig company Hercules Offshore said it signed a $420 million contract with the North Sea subsidiary of Maersk Oil to develop the region's Culzean oil field.
Daniel J. Graeber
Operations closed at Norway's fourth-largest field

Operations closed at Norway's fourth-largest field

Norwegian energy company Statoil said it will keep operations at platform tied to its giant Snorre field in the North Sea closed to investigate subsea erosion.
Daniel J. Graeber
Bakken oil OK for rail, industry says

Bakken oil OK for rail, industry says

The American Petroleum Institute said it's important to "separate fact from fiction" when it comes to shipping crude oil from North Dakota by rail.
Daniel J. Graeber
Joint venture for Israel's Leviathan gas field dissolves

Joint venture for Israel's Leviathan gas field dissolves

Australian energy company Woodside Petroleum announced its decision to pull out of an agreement to join a partnership at Israel's offshore Leviathan gas field.
Daniel J. Graeber
Suncor finishes maintenance at Montreal refinery

Suncor finishes maintenance at Montreal refinery

Canadian company Suncor Energy said the planned maintenance at its refinery in Montreal was completed within the expected time frame.
Daniel J. Graeber

PowerPhone updates its 911 emergency call software

A software upgrade to PowerPhone's software for 911 emergency call handling improves data collection and response efforts.
Richard Tomkins
Navy taps Textron Systems Unmanned Systems for task order work

Navy taps Textron Systems Unmanned Systems for task order work

Textron Systems Unmanned Systems is to provide small unmanned aerial system work for the U.S. Navy.
Richard Tomkins
Finland orders target acquisition system

Finland orders target acquisition system

Finnish defense forces have contracted Millog Oy for target acquisition systems.
Richard Tomkins

Solar/electric-powered drone takes to the air

A production model of Silent Falcon, a solar/electric-powered drone has performed its first flights.
Richard Tomkins
B-52 bombers getting communications upgrade

B-52 bombers getting communications upgrade

B-52 bombers are to receive advanced communications capabilities through a modification kit from Boeing.
Richard Tomkins
Fed's New York President William Dudley says rate hike will be relatively slow

Fed's New York President William Dudley says rate hike will be relatively slow

Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William Dudley said Tuesday that when the Fed decides to increase rates it will probably be relatively slow.
Ananth Baliga
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