Obama is calling on Congress to continue financing a national export credit agency crucial to a goal of doubling exports by 2014.
Sites belonging to the U.S. Federal Trade Commission and the National Consumer Protection Week were vandalized by Anonymous.
Authorities say he fed tips about SanDisk Corp. to a research firm in Portland, Oregon.
GE spokesman Andrew Williams said Friday that the jobs with GE Capital will pay up to $100,000. He said all the positions will be new hires.
The 1-million-square-foot facility near Athens is expected to directly employ 1,400 workers and create 2,800 full-time jobs in the U.S. among suppliers and at other companies.
The Conference Board said Friday that its index of leading economic indicators rose 0.4 percent in January.
The Tesla Model X is Tesla's newest offering, and don't let that crossover SUV style fool you — this isn't just a bus for shuttling around kids to and from soccer practice. The electric car can has "faclcon-winged" doors that are partially for show, and partially because the company says they make it easier to get in and out.
There may come a day when your freight provider calls you up with an offer on how your business could collaborate on a better supply chain management strategy. But why wait? Anyone in the supply chain business knows that disasters don’t wait until next year to strike.
An innovative product with a design that drives efficiency throughout product realization process is a true competitive advantage. So, let’s look at cost drivers and ways that they can be eliminated.
Opto 22 has released the SNAP-AIRTD-1K, a two-channel, isolated analog input module for use with 1000 ohm platinum resistance temperature detectors.
The legislation would limit the number of industries subject to regulation to those in which a cyberattack could cause "an extraordinary number of fatalities."
Chrysler is withdrawing its application for $3.5 billion in government loans that it planned to use to develop fuel-efficient vehicles.
The Wall Street Journal said Thursday that Apple pulled the iPad 2 from websites of some unauthorized merchants in China.
Unemployed workers would no longer be able claim 99 weeks of benefit checks by this summer under a deal being worked out in Congress.
The two former presidents -- Masatoshi Kishimoto and Toshiro Shimoyama -- have been accused by a third-party panel set up by the company of involvement in the coverup.
The technological advances have raised concerns that drivers' attention is being diverted too much from the road.
LinkedIn co-founder and Executive Chairman Reid Hoffman discusses his new book, "The Start-Up of You" in this CBS News video. He discusses just how you can become "the CEO of yourself."
The path to the next level of "smart" products is through the use of better communication with those products.
Today's manufacturers can rapidly respond to the specific desires of the customers with the help of flexible production and adequate machine capacities.