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2 hrs ago | Chambersburg Public Opinion
Milwaukee-based Johnson Controls acquired the former Frick Co. as part of the 3.2 billion acquisition of York International in 2005.
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6 hrs ago | Boston.com
Bing addressed business and civic leaders Wednesday in his last formal speech as mayor.
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A federal judge said General Motors Co is not required to pay $450 million to cover medical benefits for retirees, in a defeat for the United Auto Workers union.
13 hrs ago | Canadian Business Magazine
A former Fortune 500 executive who lives in New Hampshire is set to be arraigned on charges that he caused a crash that killed a Vermont couple.
17 hrs ago | Nanaimo Daily News
B2Gold Corp. . Miner. Up 15 cents, or 7.01 per cent, at $2.29 on 8.54 million shares.
The move to make these living room devices just a cheap and simple way to connect to a smarter computing device or cloud service strikes me as the right way to go.
A judge on Tuesday said that automaker General Motors has no legal obligation to make a $450 million payment for medical benefits for certain blue-collar retirees.
General Motors Co. said today that the giant, downtown Detroit complex, which includes GM's headquarters as well as a hotel and nearly 60 other businesses, restaurants and retailers, is no longer sending its wasteto a landfill.
Americans spent more money on new cars last month than in any November in history, driving new-car sales to more post-recession highs.
General Motors on Tuesday promoted insider Mary Barra to serve as the new chief executive officer, the first female head of a major U.S. automaker.
Barra, 51, will replace Dan Akerson on Jan. 15. Akerson, chairman and CEO, moved up his retirement plans by several months because his wife, Karin, is battling advanced cancer, the company said in a statement Tuesday.
A worker cleans the Mercedes-Benz ML350 CDi 4Matic at the company's booth during Guangzhou 2013 Auto Show in China's southern city of Guangzhou, Nov. 21, 2013.
General Motors Chairman and CEO Dan Akerson speaks to the media after a June 2013 GM shareholders meeting in Detroit.
The Treasury Department sold its final shares of the Detroit auto giant on Monday, recovering $39 billion of the $49.5 billion it spent to save the dying automaker at the height of the financial crisis five years ago.
The U.S. government sold its last shares of General Motors Co on Monday, leaving taxpayers saddled with a total shortfall of about $10 billion on the automaker's 2009 bailout.
Alicia Boler-Davis, GM's senior vice president for global customer experience and product quality.
The Center for Automotive Research study - called " The Effect on the U.S. Economy of the Successful Restructuring of General Motors" - found that the controversial 2008-2009 bailout, saved 2.6 million jobs in 2009 alone and $284.4 billion in personal income was preserved over 2009-2010.