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The slow growth of Windows sales is not too much of a worry for Microsoft.
China’s policies force companies in high-tech industries to share their innovations.
Puget Sound-area factories look set to remain very busy even as 777 production dips.
The $3 billion order was previously listed as unidentified on Boeing’s Orders and Deliveries website.
About 40 of the shopping center’s businesses will be displaced.
Europol said webstresser.org had more than 136,000 registered users and racked up 4 million attacks.
Officials said there were no injuries and no threat to the public at an eastern Idaho nuclear site.
The company smashed profit estimates and boosted its forecast for cash and earnings.
For reasons that are both legal and political, the aerospace giants are likely to get away with it.
The $30,000 in scholarships is aimed at students enrolled in residential construction programs.
Despite encouraging federal policy news, the company’s stock slid again on Tuesday.
Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin and U.S. Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer will go.
Expert points to the US educational system, which pushes students toward two or four-year degrees.
This is how it feels to be a millionaire, and still decide you’ll go broke.
The Dow Jones industrial average plunged as much as 619 points during trading Tuesday.
The airline will stop allowing amphibians, goats and animals with tusks or horns.
Customers can track when their car was unlocked and relocked through an app.
The Dallas-based airline has paid millions over the past decade to settle safety violations.
PETA’s suit sought financial control of the photographs for the benefit of the animal named Naruto.