McAllen Independent School District began distributing 6,800 iPads in an effort to reinforce more "equity" in its classrooms.
Two wells near a community complaining of polluted drinking water had problems during the drilling process, but no one has taken responsibility.
The Taiwan-based maker of LED lights is seeking unspecified compensation and a share of Apple's profits from alleged "unfair competition."
Effective leaders adhered to an unalterable expectation that mistakes and failure need to be an acceptable part of the process of innovation.
Consumer products maker is expanding its line of concentrated cleaners that can be used in refillable bottles and create less waste than regular cleaners.
Nearly a year after it suffered multiple meltdowns, the chief has had to admit the plant is still rather "fragile."
President Obama has only one public event on his schedule Tuesday, a speech at a United Auto Workers conference in Washington.
An explosion at a chemical plant in northern China has killed at least 13 people and injured 43.
Some Micromet shareholders are alleging that Micromet's board rushed it through and did not adequately explore whether it could get a better price.
Civilian cousins of the unmanned military aircraft that have tracked terrorists in the Middle East are in demand from police departments, news organizations and more.
The average fell 100 points at the open Monday, then climbed back above 13,000 after a positive report on housing contracts.
Calgary-based TransCanada says the new project does not require presidential approval, unlike the Keystone XL, since it does not cross a U.S. border.
The court overturned a lower court's injunction, saying that Apple has now made Motorola a better offer for patent licensing terms.
How often has an upper-level manager made a purchasing decision without asking those on the plant floor, only to find it's exactly the wrong piece of equipment?
Corporations and human rights groups are squaring off over whether foreign victims of war crimes can haul multinational companies into U.S. courts and prove responsibility.
Due to prevailing economic trends, more manufacturers are relying on “open innovation,” a philosophy that aims to merge technology from sometimes disparate industries.
The trial that is now set to begin March 5 is meant to determine the penalties that need to be paid by BP, with billions of dollars at stake.
Officials with the World Bank said China's "current economic growth model is unsustainable," and needs careful consideration moving forward.
When Rowell Yang Long-san launched his own iPAD-branded device in 2000, he claimed it would be one of the "major players in the new post-PC era."
CEO Stephen Elop told reporters a low-price $254 smartphone that runs on Windows demonstrates "the actions necessary to improve the fortunes of Nokia."