Since the Chevrolet Colorado went on sale last year it's been flying off dealership lots. The truck is important, because it fills a segment that Detroit had been ignoring for years: midsize trucks.
The founder and CEO of 2 Gingers, Kieran Folliard, discusses rising U.S. whiskey sales.
Slovakian company AeroMobil will begin selling a flying car in 2017.
A team of engineers at Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory may have found a way to capture CO2 from power plants, using tiny blue capsules that look like fish eggs.
Health officials say three people have died after eating ice cream tainted with Listeria. Mark Albert explains the victims all ate the ice cream while they were patients at a Kansas hospital.
Joe Hinrichs, president of the Americas at Ford Motor Co., talks about production and demand for the new F-150 series, the addition of 900 workers at Ford's Kansas City plant, and the impact of a stronger dollar on Ford.
A new report from the Institute for Women's Policy Research forecasts the national gender wage gap will close in the year 2058. That means women will not receive equal pay for the next 43 years.
During a Thursday morning conference call, Lumber Liquidators CEO Rob Lynch responded to a "60 Minutes" report that exposed excessive levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde in the glue used to bind the company's wood.
At the end of Wednesday the dollar ended at its highest value of $1.05 against the euro in 12 years. This isn’t the end either, according to analyst the dollar could very well become even more valuable in the coming days. But who is winning and losing with the strengthening dollar?
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported more Americans are quitting their jobs, which could be an indicator of a healthy economy.
There are 1.7 job seekers for every one opening. At the height of the recession, it was nearly 7. Plus, more people are saying "take this job and shove it," a sign of confidence in the labor market.
Dunkin' Donuts is removing titanium dioxide from its dougnuts after being pressured by an activist group.
GM shares rise on news of a big stock buyback and are near a 52-week high. The company has bounced back from the worst of its 2014 recall woes.
If oil rigs lead to new wells, fewer rigs should lead to less oil, right? Not necessarily.
It's called the ELF, a solar-powered bike-car hybrid that's turning up in cities across the country. Costing $5,500, the transportation requires no insurance or gasoline.
Bloomberg Businessweek's Matt Philips discusses the impact of oil train explosions on the Keystone XL Pipeline debate.
Unveiled at the 2015 Geneva Motor Show, the Quant F and its more affordable version, the Quantino, are a pair of electric cars using nano flow cell technology for their power reserve.
ProPublica and NPR recently released a joint investigation that had some startling results. It found that workers compensation benefits and access to such benefits has been drastically reduced as of late, benefiting employers and insurance companies.
Three insurance suppliers and an auto parts maker have warned in their most recent annual reports that driverless cars and the technology behind them could one day disrupt the way they do business