Why my Visa Statement Will Show a Charge for One Pony
When it comes to making our kids happy, it can be easy for parents to overspend.
Samsung: US Verdict Not the Final Word in Global Patent Battle vs Apple
Samsung Electronics Co. (SSNHY, 005930.SE), responding to a U.S. verdict that it must pay damages to Apple Inc. (AAPL)of more than $1 billion for violating the California company's patents, said Apple's win is a loss for the American consumer.
U.S. Light Products: Chicago ULSD Premium Widens Sharply
Chicago's spot ultralow-sulfur diesel fuel pricing premium rose sharply Friday amid refiner-led buying interest.
Brazil Court to Hear Case Involving Petrobras Minority Holders Tuesday
A Brazilian appeals court will hear arguments Tuesday in a 20-year-old case involving a payment of more than $2 billion to minority shareholders of Petrobras Quimica S.A., or Petroquisa, the now-defunct petrochemicals unit of state-run energy giant Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR, PETR4.BR), or Petrobras.
Samsung Infringed Apple Patents: Jury
South Korean electronics giant Samsung infringed multiple patents held by Apple on its popular iPhone, iPad and iPod devices, a jury in California found Friday, according to the Wall Street Journal.
Petrobras Announces New Oil Discovery in Sergipe Basin
Petroleo Brasileiro (PBR, PETR4.BR) announced Friday the discovery of a new oil deposit in deep water in the Sergipe-Alagoas basin.
Bolivia Says It Wants Greater Role in Key Mining Sector
LA PAZ, Bolivia--The Bolivian government wants to increase its role in the mining industry through state-run mining company Comibol and taxes that promote onshore processing of the country's mineral wealth, according to top officials.
BP Says Regular Gasoline Supply Now Normal in Indiana, Chicago Area
BP PLC (BP, BP.LN) said Friday the regular gasoline it supplies to gas stations in Indiana, Illinois and Wisconsin is now back to normal specifications, after a bad batch of fuel left its refinery in Indiana.
Capital One Loses Bid to Block State AG Suits Over Payment Protection
A federal judge has denied Capital One Financial Corp.'s (COF) efforts to block state regulators' lawsuits over payment-protection products marketed to credit-card customers.
ITC Finds Apple Didn't Violate Three Motorola Patents; Sends One Dispute Back to Judge
The U.S. International Trade Commission found Apple Inc. (AAPL) didn't violate three of Google Inc.'s (GOOG) Motorola Mobility patents but said an administrative law judge would consider issues of infringement surrounding a fourth patent.