US will hit debt limit by May 16: Geithner
The United States will hit the legal limit on its ability to borrow no later than May 16.
Google to bid for Nortel patents
Google Inc. on Monday announced that it is bidding for patent portfolio of Nortel Networks in Nortel's bankruptcy auction.
Nasdaq, ICE make joint bid for NYSE
Nasdaq OMX and Intercontinental Exchange (ICE) on Friday announced a joint 11.3-billion-dollar bid to buy the NYSE Euronext.
WTO rules US aid to Boeing is illegal
Boeing Co. received at least $5.3 billion in prohibited US subsidies to develop and build new planes.
Google lost in a new world without maps
Google Inc's operations in China may face another crisis as the world's biggest search engine had not yet applied for a license for its online mapping services as the official deadline arrived on Thursday.
US court cramps Google
A US federal judge last week curtailed Google's ambitions to create a giant digital bookstore and library
IPad 2 hits overseas stores after US sellout
Hundreds of customers lined up outside Apple stores in Australia and New Zealand on Friday for the international launch of the iPad 2
No zero-sum game in growth: Summers
Larry Summers cautioned against protectionism and said nations must move "past the idea that the prosperity of one country is a threat to the prosperity of others".
Suntech revels in bright future
Suntech Power Holdings Co Ltd, one of the world's largest solar panel makers, secured the No 1 position in the United States, which is expected to be the world's fastest-growing solar market soon.
US companies in China profitable: Survey
More US businesses in China said they were profitable last year even as they are still worried about the prospects of local market access, the American Chamber of Commerce in China (Amcham) said on Tuesday.
IBM agrees to settle China bribery case
IBM Corp. has agreed to pay $10 million to settle allegations that it bribed Chinese and South Korean government officials for more than a decade to win contracts.
GE engineer quit 35 yrs ago over reactor design
A General Electric Co engineer said he resigned 35 years ago over concern about the safety of a nuclear reactor design used in the now crippled Fukushima Daiichi plant in Japan.
Japan's nuke crisis might be next Chernobyl
Live Report March 16 -- Japan quake aftermath