United Airlines faces backlash after two teenage girls were barred from a flight for wearing leggings.
The Commerce Department reported orders for long-lasting goods like household appliances and computers rose 1.7% last month, a bigger rise than the 1.2%
A U.S. tax overhaul proposed by Republican leaders in Congress would deepen divisions between big manufacturers like Boeing and the thousands of smaller companies that supply them.
With a record number of passengers taking to the skies in 2016, on-time performance is becoming more important than ever.
FedEx sees Amazon.com as a friend, not a foe, despite the e-commerce giant’s growing in-house delivery business.
General Electric Co said it expected to cut costs and boost operating profit in its industrial unit and linked the bonuses of its senior management to meeting these goals, as it bows to pressure from Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management.
Travis Kalanick is behind the wheel; the world’s most valuable startup will go wherever he takes it.
The US has banned carrying laptops on board flights from several countries to the US, and I'm convinced it's about an ongoing battle between US and Middle Eastern airlines.
Britain is set to ban passengers from carrying most electronic devices on flights from certain countries in the Middle East, Sky News reported on Tuesday, following similar measures introduced in the United States.
The U.S. government is temporarily barring passengers on certain flights originating in eight other countries from bringing laptops, iPads, cameras and most other electronics in carry-on luggage starting Tuesday.
BMW and other foreign automakers seek to reassure President Donald Trump on their commitment to U.S. manufacturing.
Investors fretting about too much oil supply may get some cheer from demand, or at least the statistics that consistently underestimate it.
Israeli tech firms are revving up their engines for self-driving cars.
Former Secretary of Transportation Anthony Foxx weighs in on President Trump's infrastructure plan and the rollback of gas millage standards.
Optimism is giving way to impatience among makers of heavy machinery that hope their businesses will benefit from President Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
Tesla Inc said on Wednesday it expects to raise about $1.15 billion from stock and senior notes offering, as the electric car maker accelerates the launch of its new Model 3 electric sedan.
American Airlines said Tuesday that it plans to offer free meals to everyone in economy on two cross-country routes starting May 1.
Delta Air Lines Inc. Chief Executive Ed Bastian on Thursday sounded an optimistic note for 2017 earnings and said he expects to meet soon with the company's newest and biggest investor, billionaire Warren Buffett.
The American Society of Civil Engineers issued poor grades for America’s infrastructure, just as President Trump accelerates his $1 trillion plan.
President Donald Trump is seeking a plan that would pressure states to streamline local permitting, favor renovation of existing roads and prioritize shovel-ready projects.