The proposed SUV comes as electric car maker Tesla plans to launch its Model X SUV.
The wearable devices tell workers where to find products in warehouses and are capable of reading bar codes.
The investment in the new topload washer exceeds $100 million; the design enables users to fill the washer with the precise level of water needed and secured "Energy Star" certification from the government.
A continued glut of oil could keep crude prices below their trend levels for more than 10 years.
Fiat Chrysler says it's unaware of any accidents or injuries related to the recall.
In a statement from U.S. Steel, CEO Mario Longhi said the shutdown was needed to improve the efficiency and cost structure of the company's rolled-steel segment.
Diageo North America alleged that Captain Amsterdam's grinning, mustachioed mascot too closely resembles its trademark rum label and caused "irreparable injury" to the brand.
The product -- known as palcohol -- is packaged in small pouches and designed to be added to water, juice or soda.
Adding fuel to rumors that Apple is working on designs for a car, local officials say engineers for the giant tech company recently made inquiries about a former navy base that's been converted into a testing ground for self-driving cars and other cutting-edge vehicles.
EPA and contract workers accidentally unleashed 3 million gallons of contaminated wastewater as they inspected the idled Gold King mine on Aug. 5, just two days after Obama unveiled his Clean Power Plan during an event at the White House.
Entergy Arkansas announced Aug. 7 that it is proposing to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency it phase out coal use at the plant by 50 percent in 2027 and 100 percent by 2028 in response to a 1999 Regional Haze Rule passed by Congress that was intended to improve visibility at national wildlife areas.
New small explosions continued to rock the locked-down disaster zone over the weekend.
Alphin Brothers Inc., based in Dunn, pleaded guilty to one felony count of making or submitting false records under the terms of a plea agreement finalized last week.
U.S. manufacturers have been struggling with a variety of headwinds, including weak overseas economies in Europe and China, that have cut into exports.
A June study from Johns Hopkins University valued the amount of food wasted by Americans at $161.6 billion annually.
The recall is unrelated to last year's recall of millions of Cobalts for defective ignition switches, which could stall the vehicle and turn off the air bags.
Gov. Matt Mead and all three members of the state's congressional testified that the federal government itself is crippling the coal industry through environmental regulations.
The Labor Department said Friday its Producer Price Index, which measures inflation pressures before they reach the consumer, increased 0.2 percent in July compared to June when prices had risen 0.4 percent.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration levied 55 total citations against Case Farms following a February inspection of an Ohio plant. The penalties would total $861,500.
Company namesake and co-founder Henrik Fisker — who resigned in 2013 — said up to 20 of his original designers are working for the revamped company, although he said he isn't sure what, if any, role he would have.