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The European Commission on Wednesday stepped up its efforts to be a global leader in artificial intelligence, announcing the investment of €1.5 billion ($1.83 billion) to boost research in the transportation, health care and other key sectors and revealing plans to develop ethical guidelines and product liability standards before the end of next year.
Volkswagen AG agreed to a deal valued at $33.5 million to close out Maryland’s claims that the automaker violated state law by using so-called defeat device software in its diesel-powered cars, the Old Line State said Wednesday.
A Pennsylvania appeals court Tuesday upheld the dismissal of a case brought against Consolidated Rail Corp. by a man who died of lung cancer because of asbestos exposure, noting that all evidence indicates he signed away his right to sue in 2004 when settling his previous case for having nonmalignant mesothelioma.
Starr Indemnity & Liability Co. can't put a pollution liability insurer on the hook for the $2.8 million it paid to cover shipper Genesis Marine LLC's costs to salvage two oil barges that ran aground in 2014, a New York federal judge ruled Wednesday, saying the pollution coverage doesn't apply because there was no "substantial threat" of an oil spill.
Google LLC told a California appeals court Wednesday that Uber Technologies Inc. shouldn’t be allowed to intervene in its arbitration with two former employees accused of defecting to Uber with stolen trade secrets, arguing during a hearing that Uber is not a party to it and "can't keep jumping in on the sidelines."