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Mitsubishi Heavy's New Jet Racks up Fifth Delay
Launch customer ANA Holdings Inc. will get the aircraft in 2020, two years later than the current estimate.
Ford, Chrysler and GM Chiefs to Meet with Trump
This follows a Monday meeting with prominent American manufacturers including Elon Musk, at which Trump said he would dramatically cut regulations and corporate taxes.
California Utilities Want $1 Billion for Electric Cars
California Utilities Want $1 Billion for Electric Cars
To help the state meet its goal of getting 1.5 million zero-emissions vehicles on the road by 2025, California’s utilities want funds to pay for charging stations for electric cars, buses and trucks. PG&E Corp. requested $253 million for efforts including charging systems for electric buses and delivery trucks.
President Donald Trump delivers opening remarks at a meeting Monday.
Trump Revamps US Trade Focus by Pulling Out of TPP
“Great thing for the American worker, what we just did,” Trump said after signing an order withdrawing the U.S. from the Trans-Pacific Partnership accord. “We’ve been talking about this a long time.”
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Apple Supplier Foxconn Weighs $7 Billion US Display Plant
The company is considering a joint investment with Sharp Corp., the Japanese display supplier it bought last year.
Warren Buffett
Buffett's Berkshire Buys German Pipe Company Wilhelm Schulz
Europe has been a relatively rare hunting ground for Omaha, Neb.-based Berkshire.
Donald Trump
Trump Said to Meet with Dow's Liveris, Labor Leaders on Jobs
“Busy week planned with a heavy focus on jobs and national security,” Trump tweeted Monday.
Canada Hopeful TPP Can Survive Without U.S., Trade Minister Says
Trade Minister Francois-Philippe Champagne said in an interview Friday shortly before Trump’s inauguration Canada would consider all its options with fellow TPP states, including whether a new deal can be salvaged without U.S. participation.
P&G Gets Boost from Push to Get Shoppers to Buy Pricier Products
P&G Gets Boost from Push to Get Shoppers to Buy Pricier Products
David Taylor, who took over as PG’s CEO in November 2015 after 35 years with the company, pledged to make the owner of Tide, Pampers and Olay a more nimble and innovative competitor.
GE CEO Jeffrey Immelt.
Weighed Down by Oil Slump, GE Misses Revenue Estimates
“Revenue clearly was a bit light,” according to one industry analyst. “I don’t see any signs of big problems, but it was a grind quarter.”
Indian prime minister Narendra Modi uses his iPhone.
Apple Preps for Indian iPhones, at a Price
Apple is asking for a long list of financial concessions from India, including a 15-year tax holiday on imports of components and equipment.
The ill-fated Samsung Note 7.
Samsung Will Blame Note 7 Fiasco on Irregularly Sized Battery
After months of investigation, the South Korean tech giant will announce that the fires and overheating that forced it to scrap its Note 7 line were caused by batteries that didn’t fit properly in the phones.
road
Robot Cars to Descend on 10 US Sites as Proving Grounds
The selections follow a nationwide competition among national testing centers that began in November.
Michel Demaré, Syngenta chairman
ChemChina Files for US Antitrust Approval of Syngenta Deal
The FTC, which oversees merger reviews along with the Justice Department, has 30 days to clear the proposed tie-up or issue a second request, seeking more information and a longer review period.
Nanjing, China on map
China Advances Chip Ambitions with Plan for a $30 Billion Plant
Tsinghua intends to erect a semiconductor complex around an envisioned plant in the eastern city of Nanjing that will have an initial monthly capacity of 100,000 wafers.
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