03/08/2013 2:22amScandinavian airline group SAS says it narrowed its net loss in the November-January period to 630 million kronor ($100 million) from 2.5 billion kronor a year earlier, mainly through cost cuts.
03/08/2013 3:48amHong Kong's billionaire Kwok brothers pleaded not guilty to graft charges on Friday, setting the stage for the city's biggest corruption trial in years.
03/08/2013 6:06amSteel and elevator company ThyssenKrupp AG says its board chairman is stepping down.
03/08/2013 7:51amIndustrial pump maker Gardner Denver said Friday that it has agreed to sell itself to Kohlberg Kravis Roberts & Co. for about $3.73 billion.
03/08/2013 8:08amA hard-nosed manager with a history of overseeing corporate turnarounds was named Friday as the new CEO of Berlin's airports, putting him in charge of completing the capital's new hub after a string of embarrassing delays.
03/08/2013 8:29amThe U.S. economy added a robust 236,000 jobs in February, and the unemployment rate fell to 7.7 percent from 7.9 percent.
03/08/2013 9:06amU.S. safety officials have ended a probe into allegations that three Ford SUVs can roll away even when they have been shifted into park.
03/08/2013 9:29amHoping to win over EU critics of Poland's recent stance on climate change, the environment minister says the coal-powered nation will make every effort to pave the way for a lasting deal in 2015 when it hosts a U.N. global warming conference in the fall.
03/08/2013 9:38amA U.S. safety agency has ended an investigation into complaints of unintended acceleration in three Ford vehicles.
03/08/2013 10:06amFrench President Francois Hollande wants more dads to stay home with their babies and more moms to get back to work faster.
03/08/2013 11:19amRISING SOME: Japan's economy did better than first thought in the last quarter of 2012, eking out a slight expansion instead of shrinking.
03/08/2013 11:49amIn a story March 4 about a lawsuit against Monster Beverage filed by the family of a Maryland teenager, The Associated Press erroneously characterized the girl's condition listed on her autopsy report. Ehlers-Danlos syndrome is a group of inherited disorders affecting connective tissues, not a heart condition. In one of its most severe forms, Ehlers-Danlos can weaken the heart's largest artery.
03/08/2013 12:16pmJohnson & Johnson has quietly recalled some of its popular personal lubricants in order to avert potentially expensive new regulatory reviews.
03/08/2013 12:22pmA federal policy that allows the Food and Drug Administration to withhold key details about drugs, medical implants and other products is coming under new pressure from open government advocates.
03/08/2013 12:24pmL.L. Bean's profits returned to pre-recession levels and the company's performance earned workers a healthy bonus approved Friday, but the retailer would have seen stronger performance if the president and Congress would reach an agreement on the federal budget, the company's CEO said.
03/08/2013 1:00pmWhole Foods says all products in its North American stores that contain genetically modified ingredients will be labeled as such by 2018.
03/08/2013 1:47pmLUBRICANTS RECALLED: Johnson & Johnson's McNeil unit has taken three versions of its popular personal lubricants off the market: K-Y Tingling Jelly, K-Y Sensitive Jelly and K-Y Silk-E Vaginal Moisturizer and Personal Lubricant.
03/08/2013 3:03pmThe CEO of Delta Air Lines is objecting to plans by the Transportation Security Administration to allow small knives back on planes.
03/08/2013 3:32pmJ.C. Penney Co. confirmed Friday it's eliminating an additional 2,200 jobs as the struggling department store chain slashes costs after a year of plunging sales and mounting losses.
03/08/2013 3:41pmAT&T Mobility has reached a tentative agreement with a union representing more than 20,000 employees across the country.
03/08/2013 3:44pmThe American job market isn't just growing. It's accelerating.
03/08/2013 4:33pmBREATH OF FRESH AIR: President Obama's selection of a mountain-climbing chief executive of an outdoors-goods retailer FOR Interior Secretary underscores the growing influence of outdoor recreation.
03/08/2013 5:00pmAirplane maker Beechcraft said Friday it will formally protest an Air Force decision to award a competitor a contract worth more than $427 million, claiming the decision puts an estimated 1,400 jobs in Kansas and other states in jeopardy.
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