Apple Speeds Through Final Witnesses in Patent Case
SAN JOSE, Calif.--Apple Inc. (AAPL) called a set of final witnesses in its patent case against Samsung Electronics Co. (005930.SE, SSNHY), seeking to show that consumers confused the Korean company's products with Apple's.
C.H. Robinson Boosts Buyback Program by 10 Million Shares
C.H. Robinson Worldwide Inc. (CHRW) had added 10 million shares to its share-repurchase program as the logistics company looks to boost shareholder return. The latest authorization represents about 6.2% of shares outstanding as of Friday. The company had about 2.5 million shares remaining under its
Honda Hopes U.S. Expansion Will Reduce Yen Impact
Honda North America is expanding its production in the U.S., and hopes it would provide the company with more resilience to a strengthening yen.
Argentina Parallel Forex Rate Weakens After Fund Rule Rally
The Argentine peso weakened on a heavily used parallel foreign exchange market Friday, a day after news of a new rule affecting the local mutual fund industry sparked a rally in the so-called blue-chip swap rate.
Major Banks Signal Euro Concerns, Favor Australian Dollar
Analysts from the world's largest banks don't expect the euro to recover anytime soon.
America's Worst Companies to Work For
Some of America's best-known corporations are notorious for their low pay, poor management decisions and dysfunctional workplace cultures.
Colombian Stocks Gain, Driven by Oil Firm Pacific Rubiales
Colombian stocks rose Friday, led for a second day by sharp gains in Pacific Rubiales (PRE.T, PREC.BO), a Canadian firm that operates Colombia's largest oil field.
Managers More Optimistic On Oil Futures
Money managers added to bets oil futures will go higher, according to data released Tuesday by the Commodity Futures Trading Commission.
Capital Goods Sector Wrap
The Capital Goods sector (XLI) held steady during a trading day that saw the S&P 500 grow 0.2%.