Fisker Automotive has laid off workers as it tries to unlock more money from the $529 million Department of Energy loan it's using to produce its vehicles.
In a move that makes its search engine just that little bit more powerful, Google has added a scientific calculator to its search results page.
The Windows Calculator program has been a part of Windows since version 1.0. What started out as a simple arithmetic calculator has evolved into a far more powerful and diverse tool.
That built-in calculator isn't as simple as it looks; a few clicks can open up a world of science, stats and conversions.
New service from the real estate site links borrowers with lenders but protects anonymity and opens quotes for all to see.
Federal Housing Finance Agency, which regulates the U.S. mortgage giants, opposes White House-backed PACE loans for green retrofits, threatening the program.
A lawsuit between LendingTree and one of its technology providers has revealed that Google is also interested in using the latter's tech to offer mortgage information.
If you want to get out from under your mortgage, this service may help. For a fee.
Online lender says former employees gave passwords to outside lenders who then access sensitive customer data.
The research firm has some numbers on Twitter usage! But here's the catch: It also counts as "Twitter users" those who update their Facebook or MySpace status.