Photos of the pipeline that spilled oil on the Santa Barbara coast show extensive corrosion and provide clues about the cause of the rupture, experts said.
Toyota is adding nearly 1.4 million cars, trucks and SUVs to a growing recall for airbags that can explode with too much force.
U.S. officials have rejected Exxon Mobil Corp.'s request to reconsider a $1 million penalty imposed against the oil giant over a 63,000-gallon crude spill into Montana's Yellowstone River.
A look at some of the news coming from the 2015 Paris Air Show happening this week where major aircraft manufacturers hope to do some business.
At the insistence of U.S. safety regulators, Honda is adding more than a million of its most popular vehicles to a growing recall for air bags that can explode with too much force.
A German company is expanding its operations near the Airbus plant being built in Mobile.
Royal Dutch Shell and BG Group announced on Tuesday that U.S. regulators officially approved their proposed $70 billion merger.
Kellogg Co. could pay nearly $4 million to settle a Florida class-action lawsuit over "all-natural" claims on products under its Kashi brand.
Detroit-based General Motors Co. is expanding its partnership with Japanese truckmaker Isuzu Motors by collaborating in the U.S. and marking GM's return to the medium-duty truck business.
Anecdotal evidence of the nation's reshoring trend can be found from coast to coast. Data from the Reshoring Initiative, however, shows it's primarily southern states that are seeing the benefits of manufacturing companies returning production from overseas.
Expanding their battle with organized labor, Republican lawmakers in the Midwest are moving to scrap labor laws that help unions win a healthy share of the jobs on public works projects and bolster trade union membership.
Elon Musk's SpaceX plans to hold a competition for pod designs for a Hyperloop system in a year, according to reports.
Boeing says Dutch-based leasing company AerCap is ordering 100 of the plane-maker's 737 jets.
Gun maker Colt Defense LLC filed for chapter 11 bankruptcy late Sunday, allowing for a quicker sale of operations in the U.S. and Canada.
A coalition of advocacy groups reiterated its call for the Obama administration to enact new safety standards for chemical plants, while adding that time is running out for the president to take action.
General Motors plans to cut 100 jobs at its Orion Assembly plant in suburban Detroit, according to reports.
U.S. safety regulators are investigating complaints that suspension parts can come loose on Mazda SUVs, causing drivers to lose control.
The U.S. House of Representatives on Friday defeated crucial trade legislation in a move that could seal the fate of Trade Promotion Authority in that chamber.
Airbus is betting on big jets as the future of aviation, while rival Boeing is gambling on smaller ones — but both are hoping to sell hundreds of planes of all sizes at the Paris Air Show starting Monday to bolster balance sheets and meet growing demand.
Transportation and electrical equipment accounted for most of the reshored U.S. jobs over the last five years, according to a report from the Reshoring Initiative.