Supplier of auto parts and assembly line services reported a first-quarter $200,000 net loss, dragged down by impact of General Motors cancelling its contracts.
World's largest brewer and maker of Budweiser said its first quarter profit fell 34 percent to $475 million as global beer sales remained stagnant and were not forecast to rebound in 2010.
Brewer to pay $40 million for a majority, controlling interest in Hebei Si'hai Beer Company in China, a move to expand distribution of?Molson's flagship Coors Light brand.
House lawmakers approved trade breaks for Haiti's textile industry, the latest of several actions aimed at helping the hemisphere's poorest...
DUBLIN (Reuters) - Ireland will re-open its airports from 0300 GMT after the Irish Aviation Authority (IAA) imposed restrictions on all flights in and out of the country due to risk of abrasive volcanic ash from Iceland damaging aircraft.
Before the future Web can thrive, Internet Explorer 6 must pass away.
Male bass fish in Washington D.C.'s major river are now exhibiting female traits such as egg production because of medications and other pollutants in wastewater and agricultural runoff.
A damaged gas cylinder penetrated two sheet metal walls before exiting through the building's roof, reaching a height of 140 feet.
DEARBORN, Mich., May 5, 2010 — The countdown to FABTECH 2010 is underway as the event returns to the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, November 2-4, 2010. This represents the first time in four years that the show will take place in the Southeastern corridor, a region that...
Hackers redirected visitors to a malicious site until the agency took the infected site down.
The first quarter earnings reports were released as CenturyTel is in the process of acquiring Qwest.
( American Chemical Society ) A prescription drug already approved to treat genital warts and skin cancer may have a new use in boosting the effectiveness of future vaccines for bacterial and viral diseases, such as hepatitis C and HIV. These findings appear in ACS' Molecular...
In 1963, Soviet physicists used a nuclear bomb to shut off a huge natural gas leak. Some suggest the same method could be used in the Gulf.
Renewable electricity can be transformed into a substitute for natural gas. Until now, electricity was generated from gas. Now, a German-Austrian cooperation wants to go in the opposite direction. In the future, these researchers and entrepreneurs would like to store surplus electricity –...
( European Space Agency ) As fears grow that the Loop Current in the Gulf of Mexico could soon catch the oil slick and drag it south towards coral reefs in the Florida Keys, scientists are monitoring the situation closely with ESA's Envisat radar data.