Musk tweeted on Thursday that the company is expanding its Autopilot program staff "to achieve generalized full autonomy."
Chemours Co. this week announced plans to sell a Houston-area chemical plant to Dow Chemical for some $140 million.
Production workers ratified the agreement earlier this month by a 55.4 percent majority. But skilled trades workers like electricians and pipefitters rejected it, which sent negotiators back to the table.
Eric Knapp of Honeywell Process Solutions said at an event in Madrid that the company's oil and natural gas clients are experiencing an increase in both the amount of cyber activity and the sophistication of the attacks.
The UAW and its German counterpart, IG Metall, formally announced the creation of a joint office to promote labor issues at German automakers and suppliers doing business in the South.
Ernest Preeg, MAPI Foundation senior advisor for international trade and finance, estimates a trade-related job loss of 150,000 American manufacturing jobs in the third quarter, headed toward 600,000 for the year.
A powdered metal manufacturer in northwestern Pennsylvania has been fined nearly $75,000 after an employee ended up losing a leg in a compactor accident.
The EPA began its Safer Chemical Ingredients List in 2012. Products that include those chemicals can be affixed with the agency's Safer Choice label for environmentally-friendly products.
Tesla Motors on Friday issued a recall of its vaunted Model S sedan over a possible seat belt defect.
The latest quarterly Stericycle Recall Index — produced by Stericycle ExpertSOLUTIONS — attributed 44 percent of recalls issued by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission between July and September to furnishings, fixtures, appliances and housewares.
Self-driving taxis would likely return those otherwise unable to drive — children and the elderly — to the road.
Hyundai is recalling nearly 305,000 Sonata midsize cars because the brake lights can stay on when the driver isn't stopping.
Los Angeles is paving the way for self-driving cars to get on roads around the nation.
The developer of the Keystone XL pipeline remains committed to completing the final leg of the project even though President Barack Obama denied the Canadian company's request for a federal permit, a spokesman said Wednesday.
UAW officials said that of the approximately 75 percent of Ford union workers to cast votes as of Wednesday, just more than half voted against the proposal.
The "geofencing" system — named Geospatial Environment Online — provides users with live information on nearby restricted areas or other potential safety issues and, in its default setting, prevents flight into those locations.
The analysis by the Washington-based Center for Effective Government said incidents at U.S. chemical plants still occur at a rate of about one in every two days since a deadly explosion in West, Texas in 2013.
Authorities touted the commitment as one of the first by a developed nation. Coal accounted for about one-third of the nation’s electricity last year, but new European environmental regulations and aging infrastructure designated many plants for closure in coming years.
In the two months since news broke that hundreds of thousands of diesel cars — mostly VWs, but also some Audi models — had their emissions devices doctored to beat U.S. tailpipe tests, sales of Audis have been at record levels compared to the same months in years past, according to company data.
The National Labor Relations Board on Wednesday granted a petition by a small group of skilled-trades workers to hold a vote on being represented by the UAW for collective bargaining purposes, turning back a call by the German automaker to require a vote by all blue-collar workers on union issues.