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British Fracking Halted as Drilling Plans Rejected
British Fracking Halted as Drilling Plans Rejected
Cameron hopes to replicate the success of the U.S. fracking industry but has faced opposition protests in many parts of the country.
SpaceX Falcon 9 Explosion
SpaceX Rocket Explodes Shortly after Launch
The accident was the third in less than a year involving U.S. and Russian supply ships bound for the International Space Station
Russian Oil Giant Rosneft's Profits Up 30%
Rosneft has been hit with Western sanctions over Ukraine and is blacklisted by both the United States and the European Union.
Factory Attacked In France Is Allentown, Pa.-Based NASA Supplier
The suspect drove a vehicle into the Air Products factory about 25 miles from Lyon and set off several small explosive devices, the source said.
Google wordmark on a building.
Sweet Home Alabama: Google Turns to Old Power Plant for New Data Center
As part of its continued effort to soon be completely powered by renewable energy sources, Google will convert an old coal-burning power plant into its 14th cloud-powering data center.
A Honda wheel.
Honda Revises Earnings Due to Airbag Recall
The company's revised net profit for the fiscal year drops 6%, to just under $4 billion, in large thanks to the ongoing Takata exploding airbag crisis.
A Google self-driving car
Google Sends Autonomous Prototype Cars Onto Public Roads
'We want to understand what it really means to have self-driving vehicles in the world – both how people in the community perceive and interact with them, and what the practical realities are for us in operating and maintaining them.'
US House Hands Obama Another Win on Trade 1
Trade Adjustment Assistance, a bill that gives financial assistance to workers displaced by imports, won approval a day after Congress gave Obama fast-track authority to negotiate trade pacts.
Vice President Joe Biden and President Barack Obama.
Supreme Court Upholds Obamacare
A pair of normally conservative justices swung their votes as the Supreme Court rules, 6-3, in favor of allowing the federal government to subsidize health insurance through tax credits.
Toyota and Nissan logos.
Toyota, Nissan to Recall More Than 3 Million More Cars Over Airbags
Mitsubishi also recalls more than 100,000 vehicles in a continued fiasco that one Takata shareholder described as without any 'clear prospect' for resolution.
Electrolux CEO Keith McLoughlin
Electrolux Denies Reports of CEO Quitting
Leading Swedish business daily reports Keith McLoughlin will step down after close to three years away from his family, but the company refutes the story.
Senate Minority Leader Harry Reid (D-NV), left and Senator Patty Murray (D-WA).
Congress Passes Trade Bill in Major Victory for Obama
The Senate voted 60-38 in favor of the trade promotion authority in the Pacific, with 15 pro-trade Democrats joining all but five Republicans who supported the measure.
Financing Could Get Tougher for Boeing
Boeing is the biggest customer of the US Export-Import Bank, the independent export credit agency whose fate is tied up in Congress.
President Barack Obama.
Congress Expected to Hand Obama Fast-Track Authority
Obama relying on Republican rivals to realize the creation of a 12-nation, trans-Pacific free-trade area aimed at opening new markets for U.S. exports.
A worker inspects a MAN truck.
German Truck Maker MAN to Eliminate 1,800 Jobs
The Volkswagen subsidiary will cut most of the positions from management in four locations, with an emphasis on leaving openings vacant rather than laying off employees.
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