Tesla's opportunity to sell products directly to Texas consumers disappeared whn the state legislature failed to change the law Friday.
You might not have heard of British automaker McLaren, but it's one of the biggest names in...
Tesla is building a new generation of batteries that could power homes, businesses and even the...
PSC Motors announced a 1700 horsepower hybrid supercar.
The impact of technology on consumer spending and productivity seems like an academic matter. But when it comes to the implementation of cutting-edge software, the results can be pretty tasty.
A small brewery in Maine is part of an explosion of local breweries that see their mission as catering to their home base rather than developing into a big business.
The Marines have begun testing the brand-new F-35B in the hopes it will be ready for combat in July. When July hits, however, the $100 million, notoriously delayed fighter jet won't necessarily head right to a war zone.
The new convertible from Chevrolet is fast, nimble and powerful. And just a little obnoxious.
The new chief executive of Aston Martin wants to increase the company's value by targeting a new customer base: women.
Small start-ups and major food companies alike are scrambling to keep up with the growing consumer demand for foods that seem healthier and include more natural ingredients.
General Motors could face criminal charges over faulty ignition switches.
Drivers trying to get their defective Takata airbags fixed have been told it'll take months before they can bring their car in. Confusion and back orders have led to long delays that are increasing frustration among drivers.
After four days of testing outside of Baltimore with experts from Cars.com, USA Today and "MotorWeek" as well as a real-life family, here's a video on how each car performed.
The nearly 34 million vehicles recalled due to faulty Takata airbags may take years to fix. As Jeff Glor reports, many drivers are left confused and waiting for information about what to do.
Tesla is building what will be the world's largest battery factory. New drone footage taken in the desert of Nevada shows how far construction has moved along.
While it’s true that some companies are bringing manufacturing back to the U.S., just as much new outsourcing is underway, according to new Wharton research.
Small companies from around the world are racing to commercialize their flying cars in the next few years, convinced their vehicles will transform the transportation sector.
General Motors unveiled the all-new lighter, faster Camaro, on sale later this year.
Blue Bell Creameries will lay off hundreds of workers and reduce hours and pay for others in wake of its voluntary recall last month of all ice cream.
Regulatory and technological obstacles may hold back the driverless car for decades. But one of the first driverless semi-trucks is already driving, legally, on the highways of Nevada.
China's labor force is shrinking, and the flow of workers migrating from farm to factory is dwindling. The end of surplus labor has profound implications for the Chinese economy.
Dollar bulls are bewildered amid a sea of setbacks as investors ponder what’s left of the rally that had pundits talking of dollar hegemony just months ago.
At the Victor Taichung Machinery Works Co. in Taichung, Taiwan, skilled workers build the machines that build the machines that make the things the world buys. Here's a quick peek into their main plant.