Software maker’s experience indicates industry's best hope for reducing piracy rests with anti-copying technologies rather than in policing legalistic user agreements.
Chip maker trying to stop the industry giant from making, using, selling or developing cellular chips based on contested patents.
Freightliner Group order for 30 freight locomotives puts GE Transportation in the U.K. rail freight market for the first time.
Luxury tableware manufacturer said it would lay off 490 of its approximately 1,000 workers at the crystal factory in Waterford, southeast Ireland — and focus on developing the plant's status as a tourism magnet.
Most observers expect it's only a matter of time before the luxury automaker moves to increase its 31 percent stake in Volkswagen AG.
International Trade Commission concluded that American industry was not threatened by imports of Chinese coated paper.
Australian company's CEO says takeover of Rio Tinto would be good for steel industry — but steel groups criticize the move, saying it will create an iron ore monopoly.
Japanese automaker — poised to take GM's place as world's largest car manufacturer — aims to boost sales to 700,000 with help from Vios, Camry and Yaris models.
‘Sales of vehicles with one-liter engines and smaller in Korea do not make high profits,’ according to Hyundai Motor spokesman Jake Jang.
Beijing says claims that it is stealing U.S. manufacturing expertise are a 'smear attack' aimed at misleading public opinion of China.
Canadian Auto Workers chief blames unfair trade deals and the high Canadian dollar for auto parts plant closure.
European antitrust regulators OK deal in which the U.S. electrical products maker will buy the embedded communications computing business of cell phone maker Motorola Inc.
Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors vying against private U.S. equity firm for Ford's Jaguar and Land Rover units; bidders are meeting with British government, labor unions and Ford.
EU regulators imposed fines of nearly $110 million on Japanese companies for running a cartel that fixed prices on professional videotapes sold in Europe.
Brazil's CVRD mining company and South Korea's Dongkuk Steel Mill site would have initial production capacity of 2.5 million metric tons of steel per year and could double later.
Workers at plant outside St. Petersburg are seeking wage increases of about 30 percent and a 6½-hour night shift instead of 7½ hours.
Ohio-based Aleris International selling the business to mining and metals company Votorantim Metais for $295 million.
Money-losing Proton had been in talks with Volkswagen and GM but discontinues negotiations after improvement in its domestic sales and exports.
Sale to Germany's Vossloh AG includes assets held by Australian unit Thompsons, Kelly & Lewis Pty Ltd. that generated $11 million in 2006.
Japan Tobacco Inc. and and instant noodle maker Nissin Food Products Co. plan to jointly acquire struggling Katokichi Co.
Regulators order Italy to recover $117 million in aid granted to steel company ThyssenKrupp, cement maker Cementir and chemical company Terni Nuova Industrie Chimiche.
Experts estimate 70 percent of the 20 to 50 million tons of electronic waste produced globally each year ends up in China.
Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt says toymakers need a proactive approach by making sure toys are safe before entering the country.
Automaker's chairman refutes claims that new vehicle, called "the people's car," will add to traffic chaos and increase carbon emissions in India.