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  • SENATOBIA, Miss.— Swiss firm ABB said Friday that it hopes to increase employment at its Tate County plant from 89 workers now to as many as 500 in five years. Franklin Sullivan, who leads ABB's electrical components business in North America, said the Senatobia plant is a key part of its plan to produce more of ABB's range of electrical components in the United...

  • WiFi sparks battle of the bulbs: CEO

    Eric Rondolat, Philips Lighting CEO, discusses new technology that could eliminate the need for a light switch.

  • TOKYO, April 18- Sony Corp said on Monday that its image sensor plant in Kumamoto, which has been shut since earthquakes hit southern Japan last week, makes components mainly for digital cameras. The company said it had yet to decide when to restart the Kumamoto plant. "The impact of the Kumamoto plant suspension on Apple is expected to be limited," Hiroyuki Shimizu,...

  • *Components can also be exported to other Europe. FRANKFURT, April 13- General Electric, fresh from taking on the offshore wind business of rival Alstom, is positioning itself in Germany's expanding offshore wind sector and looking at eastern Europe. "Onshore wind in eastern Europe and the Balkan countries is currently interesting, especially in Poland and...

  • The FBI and U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration warned that motor vehicles are "increasingly vulnerable" to hacking.

  • Electric car charging stations power up in Singapore

    Khoo Lin-Zhuang, senior vice president at Greenlots, discusses the company's move to roll out more electric vehicle charging stations in Singapore.

  • Mercedes Benz C-Class sedan

    "We are entering a new era," Mercedes-Benz development chief Thomas Weber said.

  • Eaton CEO Calls for Bipartisanship to Avoid 'Fiscal Cliff'

    On fears the looming tax increases and budget cuts could affect business, Eaton CEO Sandy Cutler calls on policymakers to act.

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    Check out Cramer’s interview with Sandy Cutler.

  • When faced with a difficult market environment, Jim Cramer likes to fall back on long-term themes that have been working. Take energy, for example. The “Mad Money” host noted there has been a boom in oil and gas production in the U.S. Oil-rich regions of the country, such as the Bakken shale in Western North Dakota or the Eagle Ford shale in Texas, are seeing lots of activity. So regardless of current economic conditions, oil and gas companies are benefitting from the recent drilling boom.Of cou

    When faced with a difficult market environment, Jim Cramer likes to fall back on long-term themes that have been working. Read on for his top energy plays.

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