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Samsung Hopes for Rebound with Galaxy S8, Virtual Assistant
The phone retails for $725 and up, almost $100 higher than its predecessors.
Samsung to Sell Refurbished Safety-Recalled Note 7 Phones
A Samsung statement said that the devices would be "recycled and processed in an environmentally friendly manner."
Spacewalk a Success for US, French Astronauts
The goal for Friday's outing was to prepare for the installation of the second of two parking spots for space taxis, known as the International Docking Adapters.
Germany Calls for EU Help in Steel Showdown with US
Germany Calls for EU Help in Steel Showdown with US
The U.S. Department of Commerce has launched "dumping" proceedings against foreign steel firms, including two German producers -- suspecting they may be selling stock at unfairly low prices to undercut U.S. producers.
Gummy Bear Maker to Open First US Factory
Gummy Bear Maker to Open First US Factory
The firm had been "searching for a site for its first U.S. production facility for several years already,, but its move comes as many German firms are troubled by the prospect of import tariffs after tough talk on trade from President Trump.
A ship in dry-dock at Daewoo Shipbuilding & Marine Engineering in Geoje Island.
South Korea Throws Shipbuilder Daewoo New $6 Billion Lifeline
South Korea is offering its largest shipbuilder a bailout. Could the country’s Big Three soon become a Consolidated Two?
Finally, Something Everyone Can Agree on: NASA's Mission to Mars 1
According to the new law, NASA will work toward the goal of "a crewed mission to Mars in the 2030s."
Former 'Mr Volkswagen' Piech in Talks to Divest
The 79-year-old owns 14.7% in Porsche SE, which in turn controls the Volkswagen group, with 52% of its voting rights.
CO2 Stable for 3rd Year Despite Global Growth: IEA
CO2 Stable for 3rd Year Despite Global Growth: IEA 3
The IEA said the stabilization of carbon dioxide emissions was the result of growing renewable power generation, switches from coal to natural gas, improvements in energy efficiency, as well as structural changes in the global economy.
Trump Taps Boeing Executive for Pentagon Deputy Post
Patrick Shanahan is a senior vice president at Boeing, where he is responsible for oversight of the company's manufacturing operations and supplier management functions.
The Renault wordmark.
Renault’s Dieselgate Sends Shares Skidding
A report claims that the “the entire chain of management” up to the CEO Carlos Ghosn was implicated in the “fraudulent strategies,” though a company official said “Renault doesn’t cheat.”
Volkswagen AG CEO Matthias Mueller.
VW Chief Denies Talks with Fiat
Volkswagen CEO Matthias Mueller said he has “had other problems” the last couple years, though he has “never said a tie-up with any other partner is altogether ruled out.”
US Private Jobs See Biggest Surge in 6 Years
US Private Jobs See Biggest Surge in 6 Years
The second straight month of very strong jobs data will play into President Trump's focus on manufacturing jobs, which he has promised to bring back to America.
The Caterpillar logo outside a company building.
US Review Finds Deliberate Tax Fraud at Caterpillar 6
A new report posits that Caterpillar acted deliberately, not negligently, in failing to report for tax purposes close to $8 billion in overseas income.
China’s Subsidies to High-tech Industries Skews Playing Field EU Says
China's Subsidies to High-tech Industries Skews Playing Field EU Says
The report said subsidies for industries including new-energy vehicles, information technology and robotics had "already created problems for both China's economy and European business."