Intelligence and law enforcement agencies sought to fulfill their pledges of more transparency for classified U.S. surveillance initiatives, telling Congress the programs helped thwart more than 50 terrorist plots.
Chrysler Group LLC’s decision to recall 2.7 million sport-utility vehicles linked to 51 deaths in post-crash fires averts what could have been the biggest showdown with U.S. regulators over a recall in three decades.
TransCanada Corp., which says Keystone XL will be the safest pipeline ever built, isn’t planning to use infrared sensors or fiber-optic cables to detect spills along the system’s 2,000-mile (3,200-kilometer) path to Texas refineries from fields in Alberta.
Johnson Controls Inc., the largest U.S. auto-parts maker, may consider breaking up its electronics unit and selling the pieces if it doesn’t get a strong enough bid for the business, people with knowledge of the matter said.
The world will be paying close attention tomorrow when the Federal Reserve announces the results of its two-day policy-making meeting. The big question is what, if anything, the announcement will communicate.