Ford Leads $65 Million Investment in Desktop Metal
The startup makes 3-D printers that use metal. Ford joins numerous other strategic investors behind the company. Desktop Metal started shipping its...
Uber Suspends Driverless-Car Program After Pedestrian Is Killed
A self-driving car from Uber Technologies struck a woman who died in Tempe, Ariz., in what is believed to be the first known fatality of a...
Hewlett Packard Spinoff Falters, as Shares Plunge 55% in London
Micro Focus’s $8.8 billion merger with Hewlett Packard’s software business represented a rarity 18 months ago: a British tech company taking over a...
VW Plans $340 Million Expansion at Tennessee Plant
Volkswagen will spend $340 million to manufacture a new sport-utility vehicle at a Tennessee assembly plant, according to a person familiar with...
U.S. Investigates Failing Air Bags in Hyundai, Kia Cars
U.S. safety regulators are investigating Hyundai Motor and Kia Motors cars with air bags that failed to deploy, a problem linked to four deaths and...
Tronc's Michael Ferro Retires After Los Angeles Times Sale
Chicago entrepreneur Michael Ferro is retiring as Tronc’s chairman after orchestrating the sale of one of its flagship papers last month.
Women Strive to Narrow a Confidence Gap
Career experts and researchers focus on new strategies for women to shore up belief in themselves with confidence logs, brag books.
Qualcomm Evaded Broadcom's Bid; Now, CEO Has a Lot to Prove
For Qualcomm CEO Steve Mollenkopf, having fended off an unwanted takeover from Broadcom just leaves more headaches, from customer disputes to...
European Officials Pledge to Probe Facebook's Handling of User Data
EU officials will probe Facebook’s handling of user data, after the company said it is investigating whether a firm linked to the Trump campaign...
U.K. Mall Operator Rejects $6.8 Billion Bid From French Rival
France’s Klépierre, a holding of U.S. mall king David Simon, has made an unsolicited $6.8 billion bid for U.K. property firm Hammerson, the latest...
Rivals Chip Away at Google's and Facebook's Digital Ad Dominance
Google and Facebook have dominated the U.S. digital advertising market for years, but new data show signs that platforms like Amazon and Snapchat...
Claire's Files for Chapter 11 Bankruptcy
Claire’s Stores has filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy and said it plans to reduce its debt by about $1.9 billion.