Germany's Siemens to cut 2,700 jobs as it modernizes IT unit
German industrial conglomerate Siemens AG says it's cutting or outsourcing 2,700 jobs as part of efforts to modernize its IT operations and increase efficiency elsewhere
SkyMall Bankruptcy: The Top 10 Products We Never Needed
Today, after a long career entertaining those who forgot to bring their own amusement for their flight, the company that owns SkyMall magazine filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy. For those of us who have spent countless hours scanning its product line -- from the mundane to the infamously ridiculous
Alleged Navy Hacker Says His Group Just ‘Did Dumb Things’
Nicholas Knight, Accused of Leading Hacking Ring While on Aircraft Carrier, ‘Willing to Suffer the Consequences’
Putin Counters Isolation Claims, Meets German Tycoon
MOSCOW — With President Obama displaying a united front in Brussels with European leaders today to declare Russia’s isolation over Crimea and warning of sanctions on industrial sectors, the head of German industrial giant Siemens sat with Russian President Vladimir Putin at his residence outside...
'Baton Pass' Passes a Message of Cancer Hope
A relay race unlike any other that will benefit cancer patients, cancer survivors and future cancer survivors everywhere kicked off today in the heart of New York City — the Times Square studio of “Good Morning America.” ABC News’ own Robin Roberts, a cancer survivor,...
Transcript of Obama's State of the Union Address
Following is President Barack Obama's State of the Union Address, as prepared for delivery. Mr. Speaker, Mr. Vice President, Members of Congress, fellow citizens: Fifty-one years ago, John F. Kennedy declared to this Chamber that "the Constitution makes us not rivals for power but partners for
Businessman's Role in Pemex-Siemens Bribery Scandal Surfaces
Mexico's national oil company is fighting another type of scandal in court.
Oregon Teen's Research for Nonaddictive Painkiller Pays Off
So much for the stereotype of teens as video-gaming, Cheetos-eating layabouts. A 17-year-old from Portland, Oregon has made a significant contribution to science with his research into non-addictive painkillers. Raghav Tripathi, a high school senior, is one of six national finalists in this year’s
How China's Leaders Steer a Massive Nation
Are There Lessons to be Taken From the Communist Party's Method of Governance?
Five Companies That Split--and One That Didn't
Chairman Rupert Murdoch Announced That News Corporation Would Divide Publishing and Entertainment Divisions