Software company says it will share more information about its technology to make it easier for developers to create software that work with its products.
Although still far behind the U.S., China and South Korea continued their steady climb up the ranks of the world's leading inventors in 2007, according to the U.N. patent agency.
Gauge of future economic activity dropped for the fourth consecutive month in January, suggesting the U.S. economy could slow further in the near future.
European Commission, bowing to industry concerns, looks to exempt Europe's steel, chemical and power sectors from having to compensate for the environmental damage they cause.
New marketing guidelines remove some of the barriers to free trade within the EU, but also make importers responsible for checking that products are safe.
U.S. Bankruptcy Judge approved Delphi’s $50 million in fees to lawyers and financial advisors as well as the sale of Delphi's steering business to a private equity firm.
Hephaestus Holdings, a manufacturer of forged parts, announced that its subsidiary will acquire Delphi's North American Bearings Business.
Quebec-based metal components manufacturer streamlined its operations to cut costs and settle with its insurance company for $4.1 million as final payment for a 2005 fire.
Measures of current and future activity in the region continued to slide in February, while future employment fell into negative numbers.
Beijing’s trade surplus with the U.S. narrowed in January as demand for Chinese goods weakened while China’s surplus with the European Union surged by 42 percent.
PDL BioPharma agreed to sell a Brooklyn Park, Minn., antibody manufacturing facility to Denmark-based Genmab for $240 million.
China’s government asks U.S. to reconsider bid by a Chinese telecoms equipment maker for a U.S. high-tech company after deal falls through over national security concerns.
Steelmakers disapproved of a massive hike in iron ore prices and called on EU regulators to block miner BHP Billiton's bid for rival Rio Tinto.
Gases were released on site at a Pascagoula, Miss. sulfuric acid plant when a weld near the top of a converter vessel suddenly ruptured.
Detection of highly toxic pesticide from a Chinese-made frozen pork cutlet product has prompted the Japanese government to ban related imports and the distributor to recall the product.
Canadian Auto Workers leader says members will not accept wage cuts despite the trend in the U.S. where auto workers are voting on contracts that reduce hourly wages.
Eclipse Aviation President and CEO Vern Raburn traveled to Russia to meet with federal officials there about a proposed manufacturing plant for the Eclipse 500 very light jet.
Emergency manager says a look at a burned out North Dakota industrial plant from the outside shows some production lines intact and barrels of chemicals with the covers still on.
Number of newly laid off workers filing claims for unemployment benefits fell last week, but the larger-than-expected drop was seen as only a temporary improvement.
Higher gas pump prices and diesel engine improvements helped boost sales of diesel-equipped cars to 53 percent of the nearly 15 million cars sold in 2007.