Samsung Weighs Management Shake-Up
Samsung Electronics is considering a leadership shake-up, including installing a new mobile chief, according to people familiar with the matter, to revive its fortunes after a difficult year.
Budweiser Ditches the Clydesdales for Jay-Z
AB InBev plans to concentrate future Budweiser promotions exclusively on the 21- to 27-year-old age bracket, after years of developing advertising and marketing that appeals to all ages.
Utilities Press Railroad to Speed Coal Deliveries
Saying they are running short on coal, electric utilities are trying to pressure Warren Buffett's BNSF Railway Co. to speed up deliveries on its congested tracks before the worst of the winter weather hits.
Drone Flights Face FAA Hit
A looming rule proposal would restrict commercial drone uses, require pilot license.
New Postmaster's Goal: Act Like the Private Sector
Megan J. Brennan, who will become postmaster general in February, says the Postal Service has to develop products and services consumers want, and is convinced it can run more like a private-sector business.
Accident at DuPont Puts Plant in Spotlight
DuPont's chemical plant in La Porte, Texas, for many years has gained a strong reputation among industrial-safety experts for migrating to safer chemicals. But a deadly gas leak at the plant is now raising questions.
The Hassle of 'Hands Free' Car Tech
Voice-activated car systems, once seen as aids to driver safety, are under scrutiny for software that often is unreliable, leading to a tide of complaints and a research questioning how safe they really are.
When Is Free Speech Illegal?
A case before the Supreme Court over threats made on Facebook is highlighting long-standing tension between law enforcement and free-speech advocates over when threatening speech breaks the law.
Year-Old Messaging App Yik Yak Draws Big Valuation
Yik Yak, the anonymous-messaging app that has spread rapidly across college campuses, is proof that it can take as little as a year these days to go from zero to a valuation of hundreds of millions of dollars.
Hong Kong Protests Sideline Jeweler
Chow Tai Fook Jewellery, one of the world's largest jewelers, is the latest high-profile corporate victim of the pro-democracy protests that have gripped Hong Kong for nearly two months.
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