Auto and technology companies are battling over a slice of coveted radio waves, with carmakers arguing the potential for lifesaving crash-avoidance systems should take precedence over more Wi-Fi for Web data and video.
A top U.S. senator is vowing to pursue rules governing in-vehicle use of mobile phones and Internet-connected entertainment systems unless automakers and technology companies do more to reduce driver distractions.
If you've never seen offshore wind turbines, it's hard to appreciate their scale. Blades can exceed 85 yards in length, their tips sweeping arcs almost 180 yards in diameter. They twirl atop towers a football field high and can produce enough electricity to power more than 1,500 homes.
Guo Feng, a Hong Kong-based portfolio manager at Millennium Management LLC, the $18.6 billion hedge fund run by Israel Englander, is preparing to start his own firm, said two people with knowledge of the talks.
New York Jets cornerback Darrelle Revis said in an interview with Seattle Seahawks fullback Michael Robinson that he was disappointed to learn he was being shopped in trade talks and that it would be “awesome” to join the San Francisco 49ers.
A proposed rule requiring automakers to double their average fuel economy by 2025 is unrealistic and stemmed from a secret deal favoring companies receiving U.S. government bailouts, according to a report released today by House Republicans.
Federal Reserve Bank of New York President William C. Dudley said signs the economy is improving don’t dispel risks to growth that include higher gasoline prices, fiscal cutbacks and a weak housing market.