First Volkswagen, Now Fiat Chrysler Accused Of Cheating Emissions TestsThe lawsuit filed Tuesday by the Justice Department marks the second time the government has gone after an automaker alleging use of software on diesel engines
Jury Awards $256 Million To Car Dealer Who Said Nissan Tried To Put Him Out Of BusinessMichael Kahn charged that the corporation committed fraud and negligent misrepresentation in order to foreclose on the dealerships after he defaulted on about $6.7 million in loans in 2009.
California Will Get Additional $66 Million In Volkswagen SettlementThe automaker has acknowledged that vehicles were programmed to turn on emissions controls during government lab tests and turn them off while on the road.
Home Depot Finds Fertile Ground In Gardening SeasonEconomic data showed that Americans are spending a lot of money at places like hardware stores even as they cut down on budgets for clothing and other items.
Amid Blame Game Over WannaCry, Updating Computer Proves ImportantFrom governments to individuals, there's plenty of finger-pointing going on following the latest global cyberattack.
Judge's Ruling On Waymo Files Deals Big Blow To Uber Self-Driving Car ResearchThe ruling was mainly a victory for Waymo, the autonomous car unit spun off from Google, even though the judge refused to order a halt to Uber's autonomous car research as Waymo had requested
RECALL: Ram Pickup Air Bags Can Fail in Rollover CrashThe company's U.S. division said Friday that it is aware of one death, two injuries and two accidents that may be related to the problem.
J.C. Penney Losses Double As Sales SlideLosses at J.C Penney doubled in the first quarter and sales at established stores fell again, capping a terrible week for retailers.
Apple Investing $200 Million In American Facility For Scratch-Resistant GlassThe California-based company announced Friday it would give the money to Corning Inc. to use at its facility in Harrodsburg, Kentucky.
Man Charged With Plot To Bomb Target Stores To Profit Off Stock PlungeA criminal complaint says the convicted felon offered a friend $10,000 to place packages of food filled with explosives at Target stores along the East Coast in February.
Agriculture Secretary To Promote Trade While Trying To Ease Farmers' WorriesA new position is a sign of Sonny Perdue's efforts to promote the U.S. agricultural industry as Donald Trump has sought to undo trade pacts.
Apple Plans $1 Billion Data Center Expansion Near RenoApple currently has more than 700 workers in Nevada, which Rosentock said is home to the company's largest solar investment, "powering our data center with clean energy."

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