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Industry expects fuel cells on U.S. highways in 2015

Automotive News reports on upcoming fuel cell vehicles.

By June 18, 2010


A second company promises 100 mpg engine

EcoMotors says it can hit 100 miles per gallon by 2011. At that rate, you could get across the country and only have to stop once for gas.

By January 11, 2008


Why mergers fail

In the corporate world, there's probably nothing more exciting--or risky--as mergers and acquisitions. Why do companies merge? Why do they fail?

By October 12, 2007


Daimler name change finalizes Chrysler breakup

Shareholders rename the now-defunct DaimlerChrysler.

By October 4, 2007


Can Cisco be a video star?

Company execs say push into videoconferencing pivotal to Cisco's future, but analysts are skeptical.

By October 23, 2006


John Diebold, 79, a visionary of the computer age, dies

John Diebold's early and persistent promotion of computers and other far-reaching innovations helped shape industrial development in America and beyond.

December 27, 2005


Ellison pushes IT companies to simplify

The Oracle CEO uses his keynote speech at the company's annual convention to chide the information technology industry for making life difficult for corporate IT managers.

By November 14, 2002


End of the beginning for digital economy

The Net economy is not doomed. It simply is experiencing the kind of natural consolidation that recast many other industrial landscapes, from automobiles to banking.

June 23, 2000


DaimlerChrysler quietly accelerates Web strategy

General Motors may have announced a flashy new Internet unit, but rival DaimlerChrysler is working behind the scenes to rev up its own online presence.

By August 10, 1999


Big names submit XMI standard

Vendors present a proposal to a standards body to make XMI the standard way in which object data is exchanged over the Net.

November 12, 1998