GM to ask bankruptcy court for lawsuit protection

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

General Motors revealed in court filings late Tuesday that it will soon ask a federal bankruptcy judge to shield the company from legal claims for conduct that occurred before its 2009 bankruptcy.

Toyota Camry gets a top-to-bottom makeover

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Shaken by the advances of newer, sportier rivals, the Toyota Camry is trying to shed its vanilla reputation.

Budget cuts could reduce F-35 orders for four years

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Unless Congress intervenes, sequestration will trim 17 Lockheed jets from planned order of 343, a Pentagon report says.

Yahoo's 1Q highlighted by Alibaba, modest ad gains

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Yahoo is prospering from its lucrative investments in Asia while the Internet company's listless advertising sales are picking up, if ever so slightly, under CEO Marissa Mayer.

American Eagle is now known as Envoy Air

| |Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2014

The regional carrier needed a new name as parent American Airlines Group began contracting with other carriers to handle regional flights.

Ford to offer 50th anniversary Mustang

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Ford is celebrating the 50th anniversary of the Mustang with a limited-edition model and a display atop the Empire State Building.

Williams-Sonoma to locate regional distribution center in Arlington

| |Tuesday, Apr. 15, 2014

The 821,500-square-foot Arlington Commerce Center, at the southeast corner of New York Avenue and Bardin Road, was one of several sites considered by the retailer.

Bank of America posts loss, hurt by legal charges

|Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

Bank of America said Wednesday that it swung to a loss in the first quarter, hurt by $6 billion in legal charges.

US factory output extended solid gains in March

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

U.S. factory output rose further last month, extending strong growth from February after harsh weather had caused production to tumble in January. Manufacturers produced more furniture, clothing, chemicals and aerospace products.

Detroit strikes 2nd deal with its other retirees

| |Wednesday, Apr. 16, 2014

The city of Detroit reached tentative agreements to preserve pensions for retired police office and firefighters but cut monthly payments for other former employees, key deals that could accelerate the largest public bankruptcy in U.S. history, officials said Tuesday.