Following a spate of suicides, the Apple boss has defended conditions at a Taiwanese electronics firm that produces the iPhone.
The word “invent” appears below HP’s logo. To help cut costs, the world’s largest IT company is laying off people — and turning to software — to keep that inventive drive in motion.
We’re in the money. On Tuesday, Canada became the first G-7 nation to take a small step out of the world’s recent credit crisis.
We’ve come full circle: BP is back to trying something that didn’t work the first time in a desperate attempt to rein in the Gulf of Mexico oil spill, now in its sixth week.
There’s an SUV parked in your driveway. Do you a) use it to scale the edge of a mountain or b) drive it into town to run some errands?
“I think if there is a silver lining to this horrible economy over the last year and a half, it is that the warehouse clubs and us in particular, are the extreme value proposition. People are shopping with us more frequently than
Updated on May 27, 2010 at 5:30 p.m. ET
After opening its Chinese plant up yesterday to reporters, Foxconn, the Taiwanese company contracted by Apple to produce iPods and iPhones, announced what is apparently another worker suicide. The death, the company’s 12th this …
Solar companies kill two economic birds with one stone: creating jobs and reducing dependency on oil.
After final federal approval, BP has begun its hit-or-miss “top kill” attempt to stop the gushing oil still blackening the Gulf of Mexico. The ploy comes after several other attempts to either stop or slow the flow failed.
After a spate of worker suicides, Foxconn — a Taiwan-based company contracted by Apple to produce iPods and iPhones — opened the doors of its Shenzhen, China plant to reporters. Take a look inside the factory and behind the controversy.
Last year, Vienna topped the quality of living list. Could the Austrian capital come out ahead of the rest of the world yet again? Jawohl.