Tesla Motors says it's adding a new "Ludicrous Mode" to high-performance versions of its Model S electric car.
Five years after the Obama administration promised to move swiftly to permanently plug unused oil and gas wells in the Gulf of Mexico, even more shafts are lingering for longer periods with only temporary sealing.
Flying bulk shipments of lithium-ion batteries can cause fires capable of destroying the planes.
Rising gasoline prices pushed inflation up modestly in June, leaving overall consumer prices higher than they were a year earlier for the first time since December.
United Technologies Corp. said in June that it planned to shed Sikorsky, either through a sale or spinoff.
A recent analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention attributed nearly two-thirds of E. coli outbreaks to food sources.
Ferrari is recalling 814 sports cars in the U.S. to fix problems with driver's airbags made by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp.
The derailment is the latest in a series of recent wrecks raising concerns.
The growing consumer demand for protein — and the lack of new farmland to raise more livestock — could make insects an attractive alternative to traditional protein sources, according to a July 13 symposium.
A recent study showed that fracking activity tended to result in disproportionate jumps in nearby high school dropout rates.
The world's largest shipbuilder is partnering with management consulting firm Accenture to build a fleet of Internet-connected "smart ships."
Shareholders approved Friday a highly contested deal that strengthens the Samsung family's grip on the world's largest smartphone maker, sparking criticism that South Korea lacks sufficient protections for foreign investors and small shareholders.
The Chinese joint venture between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the Guangzhou Automobile Group has announced plans to create a news sales company as it expands its SUV production in China.
Google Inc. revealed Thursday that one of its self-driving car prototypes was involved in an injury accident for the first time.
The company credited with inventing the paper coffee filter is producing the first single-serve coffee pod that's completely recyclable.
Two weeks after shareholders signed off on a tie-up between Kraft and Heinz, the company has announced a move that will bring its Kraft headquarters from the northwest suburbs of Chicago into the city itself.
Car parts maker Magna International Inc. is buying Getrag, a German-based manufacturer of automotive transmissions, in a 1.75 billion euro ($1.9 billion) deal.
Leading manufacturers are prioritizing broader examinations of their products amid rapidly shifting economic conditions, according to a new survey from IDC Manufacturing Insights.
U.S. factory production was unchanged for a second straight month in June as a sharp drop in auto manufacturing was offset by greater output of furniture and chemicals.