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Shares of Alcoa Inc surged on Tuesday in an unusually busy day for the aluminum producer, with the stock rising sharply in late-day trading for its biggest one-day move in nearly two years, though the reasons for the move were unclear. The stock rose
The European Union's top court has ordered Italy to comply with a directive by the bloc's executive arm to fully reclaim 295 million euros ($400 million) of state aid payments that were made to U.S. aluminum giant Alcoa. The Court of Justice ruled
Alcoa partly shuts production at Maaden Thursday, 17 October 2013 Riyadh: Aluminum producer Alcoa Inc said yesterday that its smelter at Maaden, Saudi Arabia, which is in its startup phase, has temporarily stopped production on one of two potlines.
Among the companies whose shares are expected to see active trade in Monday's session are Tesla Motors Inc., Outerwall Inc. and Alcoa Inc...Investors are likely to closely watch Tesla shares after the stock lost over 5% in value after an incident in
A North Carolina environmental official recommended Alcoa Inc. get a crucial approval needed for a new 50-year license to operate four Yadkin River hydropower dams before another agency sued to challenge the company's riverbed ownership rights.
Saved The Associated Press The Associated Press 2 hours ago Associated Press North Carolina officials filed a lawsuit Friday in a long-running fight with Alcoa Inc. over who will control the water and electric power that comes from the state's
U.S. fuel economy standards and stay competitive with rival Ford Motor Co., according to several people familiar with its plans. But GM likely won't be able to implement an extensive weight reduction program until the just-redesigned Chevrolet
The mood in markets remained relatively upbeat Tuesday after a bright start to the U.S. corporate earnings reporting season and confirmation that Greece would get its next batch of bailout cash. In an after-hours statement Monday, aluminum company
A part of Alcoa Inc.'s aluminium plant in Sardinian is pictured in Portovesme, next to Cagliari September 1, 2012. Alcoa Inc reported a larger second-quarter net loss on Monday, largely due to restructuring costs and a legacy legal matter. The