Without having to turn and remove a key to shut off the motor, drivers can be lulled into mistakenly thinking that the car has stopped running.
A design from Texas A&M University, one of 10 finalists announced Thursday in the GoFly contest, which is sponsored by Boeing. A final “flyoff” is scheduled for next year.
The Longview Power Plant in West Virginia, which the 4 West mine in nearby Greene County, Pa., has supplied with thermal coal. The most successful Appalachian mines these days produce higher-quality coal for steel making.
Recent remarks by Janet L. Yellen convinced many investors the Fed will not seriously consider raising rates until its June meeting.
European Parliament lawmakers rejected a bill backed by news outlets and music publishers to restrict the use of their content on platforms like YouTube and Facebook.
Dave Macomber has been a captain for the Cape May-Lewes Ferry in Cape May, N.J., for 28 years.
The ability of most banks to breeze through the so-called stress tests is an indication of how far Wall Street has come since the financial crisis.
“The cost of energy now is escalating in the community,” said Bishop George McKinney, a pastor in San Diego who supports a proposal for a city-run electricity program. “There has to be someone who is willing to speak truth to power.”
Union workers demonstrating in March in front of a Disney hotel in Orlando, Fla. Members will vote on the new contract, which stipulates gradual minimum wage increases, on Sept. 5 and 6.
Bob Chapman, chief executive of Barry-Wehmiller Companies, and Raj Sisodia, a founder of Conscious Capitalism, are the authors of "Everybody Matters."
Left, Chris Blackwell, the founder of Island Records, and Larry Mestel of Primary Wave Music Publishing. On Saturday, Mr. Blackwell signed a $50 million deal that gives Primary Wave control of most of his stake in Bob Marley’s song catalog.
Treasury Secretary Jacob J. Lew at a House panel last month.
Nadia Boujarwah, a co-founder of the retail website Dia & Co. She said she saw a business opportunity in the lack of options for plus-size fashion. “It was a call to arms for me,” she said.
Judith Pearson, a gun owner and retired school principal in Minnesota, told her Twitter followers to boycott the National Rifle Association.
Paul Tudor Jones II, who became famous for shorting the stock market before Black Monday in 1987, was prompted to think seriously about corporate responsibility in 2012. On Wednesday, Goldman Sachs will begin offering a fund based on his research.
Ben Weprin, president of AJ Capital Partners.
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