To cut credit-card fraud, issuers are embedding chips, with 575 million of the new cards expected to be in Americans’ wallets by year-end.
Toshiba plans to roll out a transportable hydrogen power generator that doesn’t produce carbon dioxide in the process.
An Iowa chicken flock has been hit with avian influenza, marking the biggest poultry operation to be affected by a virus outbreak that began last year.
Cirque du Soleil’s founder agreed to sell his controlling stake in the circus to a TPG-led group.
IBM reported a 12% drop in revenue, hurt by a stronger dollar and its hardware business.
Anthony Noto, the former banker who left his lucrative career at Goldman Sachs to become financial chief at Twitter Inc., was the top earner at the social media company last year.
U.S. power companies poured billions into new equipment in the past decade, a spending surge that customers have paid for. One reason behind the heavy spending: It actually boosts utilities’ bottom lines.
Harley’s appeal is growing abroad even as its core U.S. customer base ages.
Wells Fargo is in talks to buy all or part of General Electric’s biggest lending operation, a move that could help the San Francisco bank extend its lead in helping to finance midsize businesses.
The European Union plans to file formal antitrust charges against Russia’s Gazprom.