As foreign direct investment in the U.S. has increased, many members in Congress have become concerned about foreign acquisitions of U.S. manufacturers that are perceived to be essential to U.S. national and economic security.
The safety rulebook has since swelled to almost 900 pages over the last 50 years and encompasses everything from electronic stability control to rear-view backup cameras ... but every rule still assumes a human will be at the wheel.
Top German auto execs were summoned to face off with ministers and state leaders amid a steady drumbeat of negative news about diesel pollution, with the manufacturers agreeing to absorb the costs of the upgrades — which they said wouldn’t...
President Trump has dramatically cut the issuance of new federal regulations and issued an executive order designed to eliminate two existing regulations for each new rule that is issued.
Crimea has been subject to EU sanctions on energy technology since Russia annexed it from Ukraine in 2014.
Exxon violated Ukraine-related sanctions by signing eight legal documents related to oil and gas projects in Russia with Igor Sechin, head of Rosneft OAO, who is on Treasury’s list of sanctioned Russian nationals.
Qualcomm Inc. lost a court bid to stall European Union regulators from imposing daily fines of 580,000 euros (US$664,216) for failing to supply information for antitrust probes into the chip company’s sales tactics...
At stake are both the fate of the most fuel-efficient full-size pickup in the U.S. and a broader indication of whether regulators are inclined to treat diesel-powered engines as viable.
More defense companies manufacturing or developing "key technologies" are covered than under previous rules.
The data center is part of a $1 billion investment by the iPhone maker in the province.