- Activists wanted Apple to outline its plan to eliminate carbon emissions. Executives said the issue was too complex for shareholders to understand —and the SEC agreed.
- Chuck Jones said he doesn't believe for a minute that President-elect Donald Trump just got the numbers wrong when he said 1,100 jobs had been saved at Carrier.
- The updated travel warning said the risk of violence was less in resort areas and tourist destinations than in border areas or along trafficking routes.
- The Gardena, California, startup unveiled its first concept car, the single-seat FFZERO1, at the Consumer Electronics Show in January 2016.
- The president-elect claimed 1,100 jobs would be preserved at Carrier but USW Local 1999 President Chuck Jones says the real number is 730.
- The Defense Department had put the University of Phoenix on probation last year amid accusations it preyed on servicemen.
- There's a good reason stocks of Lockheed Martin, Boeing, General Dynamics and other defense firms soared as the results of the Nov. 8 election came in.
- The Japanese technology company’s CEO announced the U.S. investment after a Tuesday meeting with the president-elect at Trump Tower.
- If the deal had gone through, the combined company would have been valued at over $20 billion, according to a report citing sources.
- The report will be a backdrop for the Dec. 13-14 Federal Open Markets Committee meeting at which the Federal Reserve could raise interest rates by at least 25 basis points.
- House Republicans have voted 60 times to repeal the Affordable Care Act since it was enacted but now the trick is to transition to something else without ripping coverage away from 20 million Americans.
- Gun sales generally go up amid fears that an incoming politician will tighten background check laws, but analysts hold generally positive outlooks for Smith & Wesson's second quarter.
- California tax collectors already are laying the groundwork for 2018 when legalized recreational use of marijuana kicks in.
- The Takata airbag recall was the largest in automotive history but not the only one with 1,115 recalls issued for every 1,000 vehicles sold.
- Bernie Sanders and Elizabeth Warren say the nomination of Steve Mnuchin as treasury secretary is a betrayal of the working class.
- With the promotion of its alternative cigarette product, the IQOS, Phillip Morris could move away from cigarettes.
- Warner Bros. is in talks with theaters to cut down the typical 90 days of exclusivity rights that theater owners have over new releases.
- The new 5-pound notes are made from a polymer that promises to help the notes last longer.
- Iran reportedly is demanding Saudi Arabia bear the brunt of any production cuts while refusing to limit its own output as it recovers from sanctions.
- The lawsuit was filed Monday by Robert Colman, who invested in the company in 2013, and seeks class-action status, the Wall Street Journal reported.
- Despite several crashes involving the Enhanced Autopilot system this year, Elon Musk plans to roll out Tesla's self-driving technology in just three weeks.
- A decade after the release of its first smartphone, Apple Inc. will unveil its iPhone 8 and 8 Plus models next year, and they may be joined by a pricier version with a crystal-clear, curved screen.