The aircraft maker says it will increase monthly production of its highly profitable, top-selling 737 jets to 47 from 38 by 2017.
The government-controlled mortgage company is seeking $800 million in damages
When federal regulators decided to make the former chief of a dissolved company personally responsible for a recall, business and legal groups took action.
Rebekah Brooks and Andy Coulson, former editors of the now-defunct News of the World, are charged with conspiracy in connection with the phone hacking.
Vernon Davis, a tight end for the San Francisco 49ers, is joining Arian Foster as another client of Fantex, whose proposition for initial public offerings tied to athletes is causing a stir.
A fossil-fuels holdout, Poland has actively worked to block the European Union’s effort to more tightly control greenhouse gas emissions.
The Times reporters Bill Carter and Brian Stelter discuss this week’s TV cancellations and renewals.