Take a behind-the-scenes look inside Boeing's factory as a 787-9 Dreamliner aircraft is built.
Volkswagen so far has set aside 6.5 billion euros ($7.3 billion) to cover the cost of recalls and other efforts to win back customers' trust.
The Chicago-based aerospace giant will pay $7.5 million over the next three years to fund the Boeing/Carnegie Mellon Aerospace Data Analytics Lab in Pittsburgh.
The system will be implemented for the first time on Volvo XC90 crossovers that will be used in the company's Drive Me autonomous driving project in Gothenburg, Sweden.
The UAW notified the company of its plans to terminate its extended contract at the end of the day on Wednesday.
The bill would revise the Toxic Substances Control Act, the last remnant of environmental legislation from the 1970s without a significant legislative upgrade in subsequent decades.
In this episode, space farming and ice houses on Mars.
The XpressLift Automated VRC is designed and manufactured to quickly transfer totes or cartons of material weighing up to 75 lbs. at speeds up to 350 feet per minute.
The features hold tremendous potential to reduce deaths and injuries by eliminating collisions or mitigating their severity, safety advocates say. But there's one problem: Education on how to use them doesn't come standard.
Ford says a hazmat team has stopped the leak. He says the tanker company is sending workers to right the tanker and tow it away.
The Minneapolis company said Monday wheat flour was inadvertently used in a gluten-free oat flour system.
As reshoring efforts increase, more skilled workers are needed.
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) announced several U.S. Air Force contracts, highlighted by a $110 million contract modification with Boeing for the replacement of various intercontinental ballistic Minuteman III missile systems.
AB InBev could still make a formal offer to SABMiller or walk away from the deal entirely.
In this episode, BP will pay a record fine to cover damages caused by the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill.
Matthias Mueller vowed Tuesday that "we will overcome this crisis" but said that the company would have to be more careful about costs.
Toyota Motor Corp. demonstrated on a regular Tokyo freeway Tuesday what it called the "mobility teammate concept," meaning the driver and the artificial intelligence in a sensor-packed car work together as a team.
The maker of everything from Pioneer agricultural seeds to Kevlar fabric also lowered its profit forecast and said it is accelerating its cost-cutting plan.
The case underscores disagreement over what chemicals should be allowed in the cultivation of pot and leaves the plaintiffs facing a dilemma: The U.S. government still regards almost all marijuana as an illicit drug and there are no federal safety guidelines for growing it.
Energy stocks rose along with the price of oil, while General Electric pushed industrial stocks higher.