An Associated Press review of a securities filing shows Apple CEO Tim Cook's pay package was valued at $378 million.
Nissan Motor Co. Chief Executive Carlos Ghosn expects U.S. sales of the electric Nissan Leaf will double to at least 20,000 this year as the car goes on sale in more states.
Financially battered Olympus Corp. is suing 19 former and current executives for damages following a massive cover-up of investment losses.
Kodak is seeking to simplify its structure and cut costs by reducing the number of its business segments from three to two.
The infusion of a social manufacturing provision means ERP data and functionality is tailored to what the individual user needs and wants.
The macro outlook for 2012 is for a slow improvement, with more positive cyclical trends kicking in later in the year.
The estimate of 2012 global electronics sales, at $1.038 trillion, represents growth of 5 percent from last year.
A dispute between two companies over a halted $354 million contract for an Air Force light air support plane spilled into the public arena Friday.
Four executives are leaving Sprint Nextel Corp. in a reorganization that will combine the sales and marketing functions for both its consumer and business units.
The U.S. Energy Department won't follow through on a planned $730 million loan to the North American arm of one of Russia's largest steel companies to modernize its Detroit-area plant.
Daimler AG and Nissan say they plan to produce Mercedes-Benz gasoline engines together at a Nissan plant in the United States.
Yahoo dangled a $27 million pay package to lure its newly hired CEO Scott Thompson away from PayPal.
A burst of hiring in December pushed the unemployment rate to its lowest level in nearly three years, giving the economy a much-needed boost.
How do we remember the accomplishments of the incredible thinkers, engineers, and innovators? They're not necessarily famous or news-worthy people, and despite the enormous impact they have on how we currently live, they're forgotten for any number of reasons.
We’re so determined to change the game… why? Well, because the rules are slippery and it seems some of the players can roll the dice as many times as they want.
It’s rare that government regulation can push a business toward an investment with a positive, quick ROI. The traditional incandescent has done its job well, and we should be thanking it as we push it faster toward obsolescence.
An employee opened fire outside a northeastern Georgia food processing plant Thursday, fatally shooting his wife before killing himself, authorities said.
General Motors is advising Volt owners to return their electric cars to dealers for repairs that will better protect the vehicles' batteries, which have caught fire after crash tests.
An uncomfortable suspicion that an icon of American business may have no future pushed investors to dump stock in Eastman Kodak Co. Wednesday.
The former Olympus Corp. CEO who blew the whistle on dubious spending at the Japanese camera and medical equipment maker said Friday he is giving up his fight to regain the presidency and plans to sue the company.