After four days of testing outside of Baltimore with experts from Cars.com, USA Today and "MotorWeek" as well as a real-life family, here's a video on how each car performed.
U.S. safety regulators have closed an investigation of fires in Can-Am Spyder three-wheeled motorcycles after the manufacturer agreed to a recall.
Dockworkers and port operators on the West Coast last week approved a new five-year contract, which brought an official end to the labor strife that stifled cargo at some of the nation's largest ports earlier this year.
If there was one thing most economists agreed on at the start of the year, it was this: Plunging oil prices would boost the U.S. economy. It hasn't worked out that way.
Ford Motor Company is expanding its presence in North Africa with a new Moroccan sales office and plans to double the amount of parts purchased in the North African kingdom.
Automation is becoming more and more common in the manufacturing sector as companies begin to understand its many benefits. Alex Bonaire, the Robot Product Manager at Mitsubishi Electric, provided IMPO with some expert insight into the evolving world of industrial automation.
The death toll from faulty ignition switches in small cars made by General Motors has reached 107.
A recent report says the number of American workers employed directly by Chinese companies increased more than five-fold in the past five years.
Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods fell slightly in April. But a category that reflects business investment climbed for a second month, a hopeful sign that this key sector is starting to revive.
An oil slick stretched across 9 miles of coastal waters last week after a pipeline rupture spilled thousands of gallons of crude just north of Santa Barbara. This coastline was also the scene of a much larger spill in 1969. Here are some things to know about the two spills.
Many questions about the Takata airbag recall remain unanswered as an investigation continues, but here's what you need to know about the largest automotive recall in U.S. history.
The global market for packaging classified as "green" is expected to increase by more than 50 percent by 2021, according to a recent report from Transparency Market Research.
This week we have a winner and loser both from the oil sector. The winner is a company who is developing an innovative factory in North Dakota. While the loser, owns a pipeline that leaked a significant amount of oil into the California coastline.
It's sometimes difficult to take a step back and systematically solve a problem or understand the root cause of an inefficient process, but often that is exactly what's needed to achieve consistent process improvement.
New Star Environmental introduces the Rocker 430 Vacuum/Pressure Pump that is driven by pistons without the need of lubricant, regular oil changes or maintenance and produces no oil mist exhaust.
The operator of an oil pipeline that broke and spilled thousands of gallons of crude across a scenic California shoreline says it could take weeks or even months before investigators find what caused the disaster.
A new analysis of trade data from early 2015 shows a sharp increase in the United States' trade deficit in technology-intensive manufacturing, which likely cost the country thousands of jobs.
The nearly 34 million vehicles recalled due to faulty Takata airbags may take years to fix. As Jeff Glor reports, many drivers are left confused and waiting for information about what to do.
Tesla is building what will be the world's largest battery factory. New drone footage taken in the desert of Nevada shows how far construction has moved along.
Despite its clean-burning reputation, a newly released study suggests that fueling transport trucks with natural gas could actually worsen their climate impact.