As defence budgets around the world are slashed, Reuters asks whether the party's over for the world's big planemakers.
The Joint Strike Fighter could cost $1.45T over its lifetime, but for Lockheed Martin the runaway costs are turning into a major headache.
Workers at South Korea's Hyundai Motor Co. stage a partial strike after annual wage talks collapsed.
Peugeot's announced job cut of 8,000 staff is met with stiff opposition from France's unions and government.
While the Avanti's design and life-saving technology lives on in current automobiles.
Lifeguards in California are integrating a new robotic assistant into their arsenal of life-saving equipment.
Futurist Don Tapscott says the world is transforming into one that is far more open and transparent than ever before.
After years of trailing Airbus in the market for new jet orders, Boeing says it's about to retake the lead.
Microsoft has lost its leadership role in the technology world to Apple, Google, and Facebook, says Vanity Fair contributing editor Kurt Eichenwald.
Labor force participation has plummeted in recent years, as discouraged workers gave up their job searches.
Bill Gates sat down for an interview with Charlie Rose to discuss his career, his life, his legacy, and that of Steve Jobs.
Jeanine Cotter gave up her career as a lawyer in order to launch her own solar contracting business.
Is the hype over cloud computing justified?
Students went toe-to-toe with major corporations and created a hybrid car that gets over 65 MPG.
Combining projection mapping and a pop-up book, Marco Tempest tells the visually arresting story of Nikola Tesla.
A robot developed in Japan is finding fame as the ''never lose'' Rock, Paper, Scissors expert.
Massimo Banzi says you don't need anyone's permission to invent something great.
Airbus CEO Fabrice Bregier hopes to double U.S. market share for the European planemaker by building a U.S. factory on Boeing’s home turf.
Microsoft writes down an acquisition, and Chrysler reports a 63 percent gain in sales for June.