Fujitsu Ltd., the Japanese maker of semiconductors, computers and communications equipment, is the top owner of patents related to 3-D printing, according to a study released by the U.K.’s Intellectual Property Office.
Briggs & Stratton Corp. , the world’s largest maker of gasoline engines for outdoor power equipment, is marketing debt after corporate bond sales plunged while Federal Reserve policy makers met.
A $132.6 million loan backed by the PGA National Resort & Spa in Palm Beach Gardens, Florida, was sent to a special servicer today because of imminent default, according to Fitch Ratings.
Devonshire PGA Holdings LLC, the owner of a Florida assisted-living facility, sought bankruptcy protection with a restructuring plan that gives lenders ownership in exchange for debt.
Former Industrial Enterprises of America Inc. Chief Executive Officer James W. Margulies was found guilty by a New York jury in connection with an $110 million stock fraud.
With maps of 675 square miles of his Illinois mines before him, Chris Cline recalls the moment he knew the coal in those mines would be worth billions of dollars.
Chris Cline became a billionaire by betting on a dirty fuel the world can’t get enough of.
Silicon Valley entrepreneurs are finding their next big idea in the elderly capital of America.
When U.S. officials began collecting consumer complaints about credit cards, one goal was to identify patterns that could help them write rules protecting families with low and moderate incomes.
Rory McIlroy plans to smile more after what he called mounting pressure he put on himself led to a mid-round walkoff at last week’s Honda Classic.