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  • Ford's second-quarter profit soars as losses in Europe decline

    Ford's second-quarter profit soars as losses in Europe decline
    Powered by brisk sales of profitable pickup trucks, growing business in China and fewer losses in Europe, Ford Motor Co. posted a big gain in profit in the second quarter. Ford’s profit roses 18.5% to a $1.2 billion. Revenue rose 14.4% to $38.1...
  • Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars

    Tesla quietly becomes one of California's bestselling luxury cars
    Tesla Motors Model S has quietly become the third-bestselling luxury car in California, trailing only the Mercedes-Benz E-Class and BMW’s 5-Series. Tesla has sold 4,714 of its Model S electric cars in the state during the first half of the year,...
  • Mitsubishi: What happened?

    Mitsubishi: What happened?
    Cars like the Mitsubishi Mirage, Eclipse and Galant were once the bedrock of their segments. Montero and Montero Sport pioneered the SUV boom. So good were Mitsubishi vehicles that Chrysler shared architecture, factories and powertrains. This year,...
  • Quiksilver is riding a wave of red ink

    Quiksilver is riding a wave of red ink
    Surf apparel company Quiksilver Inc. hasn't given investors much to be stoked about in recent years. The Huntington Beach company owns some of the biggest brands in action sports: Quiksilver, Roxy, DC and others. Yet it has lost money each of the last...
  • Report: How Tidewater grocery retailers fared in 2012

    Report: How Tidewater grocery retailers fared in 2012
    Traditional grocery stores like Food Lion, Farm Fresh and Harris Teeter are facing stiff competition in the Tidewater market, according to a new report by Food World, an industry publication. According to the report, Food Lion holds the largest market...
  • Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X

    Motorola hoping for hit with new Moto X
    Motorola Mobility unveiled Thursday its much-anticipated Moto X smartphone, marking the Libertyville-based company’s first flagship product launch since its acquisition by Google last year. The new device, introduced at a press event in New York,...
  • Activist investor details changes it seeks for Office Depot

    Activist investor details changes it seeks for Office Depot Activist investor Starboard Value filed a 100-plus page white paper with regulators Monday detailing what it thinks is wrong with Office Depot and proposed plans for "renewal and...
  • Millennial Media shares fall sharply on news of deal, losses

    Millennial Media shares fall sharply on news of deal, losses
    Shares of Millennial Media fell nearly 20 percent in early trading Wednesday on news that the Canton mobile advertising company would buy a competitor at a bargain price and that its second-quarter losses widened. Millennial announced Tuesday it struck a...
  • Folgers No. 1 cup of Joe in America; coffee snobs may cringe

    Folgers No. 1 cup of Joe in America; coffee snobs may cringe
    A coffee connoisseur may look for balanced flavors, acidity and proper brewing technique in their cup of Joe, but America's palate prefers a more simpler brew: Folgers. J.M. Smucker Co., the maker of Smucker's jam and Folgers coffee, reported...
  • Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's top 9 flops, from Tablet PC to Xbox One

    Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer's top 9 flops, from Tablet PC to Xbox One
    Microsoft's tumultuous fall on the stock market during the last 13 years has largely been fueled by missteps in the consumer products market. Though Bill Gates had significant control until 2006, soon-departing Chief Executive Steve Ballmer ultimately...
  • Many highly paid CEOs end up as failures, report says

    Many highly paid CEOs end up as failures, report says
    Nearly 40% of the nation’s best-paid CEOs over the past two decades were either fired, forced to take government bailouts or in charge of companies that paid huge amounts in fraud-related claims. That’s the conclusion of a report Wednesday...