Study Finds Elevated Greenhouse Gases From Canadian Crude
A new study says Canada’s oil sands greenhouse gas emissions are an average of 20% higher than U.S. conventional crude, adding ammunition to...
Fans Find Way to Make Hello Kitty With Spam
A traveling festival visiting cities across North America celebrates the character Hello Kitty. One popular item: a kit to make Hello Kitty using...
Breached Network's Security Is Criticized
A federal security system that failed to prevent millions of sensitive files on government employees from being improperly accessed has been...
Zulily Tests Online Returns Program
Zulily, one of the few Internet retailers that doesn’t currently accept merchandise returns, is reconsidering its stance.
Alibaba Stumbles in U.S. Foray
Alibaba is selling U.S. shopping site 11 Main, highlighting the challenges facing the Chinese e-commerce company in Western markets.
Boeing Elevates Insider to Succeed McNerney as CEO
Boeing operating chief Dennis Muilenburg has been tapped as CEO, will replace W. James McNerney, who will continue as chairman.
Judge Blocks Sysco-US Foods Merger
A federal judge sided with the FTC on an antitrust challenge to the merger of Sysco and US Foods, potentially dealing a fatal blow to the planned...
On Energy-Efficiency Subsidies, the Consumer Turns Out to Be Right
New study challenges the idea that people are acting irrationally when they pass up federal assistance to weatherize their homes.
Apple Stumbles Out of the Gate With HomeKit
Geoffrey A. Fowler finds Siri isn’t a very reliable way to control the smart home.
E-Commerce Packages Travel Around Globe
FedEx, UPS and other delivery companies are answering the call to handle more international e-commerce packages as Web shoppers buy more products...
Fisker Automotive Plots a Rebirth for Karma
Wanxiang Group, which bought the electric hybrid auto maker out of bankruptcy, plans to set up a factory near Los Angeles that will manufacture an...
Takata: Air-Bag Toll Could Rise
The death toll tied to Takata air bags would likely rise if the Japanese supplier created a compensation fund for victims of the faulty parts, a...