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.
Harley’s appeal is growing abroad even as its core U.S. customer base ages.
U.S. wireless carriers in the middle of a price war have been able to take refuge in one fact: Subscribers are often paying for more data than they use. Now that bulwark is under attack as well.
The French government’s bid to expand its voting control at Renault is roiling the delicate balance of power in the car maker’s partnership with Nissan Motor, one of the auto-industry’s most successful cross-border alliances.
Spending time with IBM CEO Ginni Rometty shows how she is trying to reinvent the nearly 104-year-old tech icon while it continues a yearslong slump.
Halliburton, planning more layoffs, reported a loss for the first quarter as the oil-field service provider continues to feel the impact from lower oil prices.