U.S. hiring improved in February from the previous two months despite a blast of wintry weather, likely renewing hopes that growth will accelerate this year.
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People have been caught nearly 150 times in the past year attempting to illegally dump loads of oil field waste — much of it radioactive — at two of the biggest landfills in western North Dakota, records show.
Attorneys general for the states contend the California law violates the interstate commerce clause of the U.S. Constitution by effectively imposing new requirements on out-of-state farmers.
The federal government's road safety watchdog is ordering child seat maker Graco to explain why it didn't include 1.8 million infant seats in a recent recall for faulty buckles.
A federal judge in California has denied Apple's request to permanently ban Samsung from selling 23 older-model smartphones and tablets that a jury found infringed on patents held by the maker of iPhones and iPads.
A North Carolina judge says Duke Energy must take immediate action to eliminate the source of groundwater pollution at its coal ash dumps.
The top U.S. military officer says it will take two years of study and billions of dollars to overcome the loss of security to military operations and tactics revealed by Edward Snowden.
Senators say they're frustrated with the government's slow pace at writing new rail safety regulations in light of recent fiery freight train accidents and a deadly commuter train derailment.
CIOs from companies in all walks of business are using the Target breach as a rallying point to call attention to their struggle and garner additional funds and manpower to fight digital threats.
Two men were convicted of stealing a secret formula for making a chemical used to whiten products and selling it to a competitor controlled by the Chinese government.
Flush with cash and high stock prices, companies are buying up the competition at levels not seen since the dotcom bubble.
U.S. productivity grew at an even slower annual rate than previously thought in the final three months of last year, but economists are hoping productivity growth will revive in 2014.
Thirty-five factories were closed or torn down as part of the government's drive to clear up China's notoriously smoggy skies, but shutting plants has taken a human and economic toll in lost jobs and income.
Tech innovator EWI of Columbus, Ohio, has announced the start of a joint venture with Cumberland & Western Resources of Bowling Green, Kentucky, to commercialize newly-developed manufacturing technologies.
The settlement means consumers can start filing claims to recoup the money they overpaid as a result of chip makers engaging in unlawful anti-competitive practices to inflate prices.
Qoros Auto is trying to leverage its European executives' management and design expertise and its competitive Chinese manufacturing footprint.
U.S. safety regulators are demanding that General Motors turn over documents detailing what the company knew when about a dangerous ignition problem that has been linked to 13 car-crash deaths.
After years of chasing the biggest and the best, the fast-growing Mideast city of Dubai is turning to technology to help the little things in life run more smoothly.
Here's a glance at four of the most striking new vehicles on display at the Geneva Motor Show, which opens to the public Thursday.
Brown and Netanyahu plan to sign an agreement that follows on several decades of commitments from California and Israel leaders to promote trade, research and economic development.
Chrysler said it is withdrawing requests for financial aid for plants in Windsor and Brampton because the projects have become a "political football."