Employees at the U.S. division of JBS SA, JBSAY, the world’s largest meat company, noticed something wrong in their computer systems over Memorial Day weekend, the unofficial kickoff for the busy summer grilling season.
The Federal Aviation Administration is requiring updates to passenger and baggage weight estimates that airlines use to keep each flight within airplane safety limits.
Electric-truck startup Lordstown Motors Corp. disclosed in a new regulatory filing Tuesday that it doesn’t have sufficient cash to start commercial production and has doubts about whether it can continue as a going concern through the end of the year.
Boeing Co. has estimated the new Air Force One jets it is building may arrive a year late and cost taxpayers more than planned, a top Pentagon official said.
Akoustis CEO Jeff Shealy breaks down the gravity of the supply shortage and dependence on Asian manufacturing.
James Litinsky discusses his company's goal to alleviate dependency on China for crucial materials.
Rep. David Schweikert, R-Ariz., expresses concern about inflation and argues criminal cyber attacks are the 'modern version' of the Cold War.
Delancey Strategies president Jared Levy and Kingsview Asset Management CIO Scott Martin debate whether the Fed knows how to respond to price surges and inflation concerns.
Boeing Co. has agreed to pay $17 million in civil penalties for production lapses related to 737 aircraft models in a settlement with the Federal Aviation Administration.
Former senior director of international economic affairs at the Reagan National Security Council Roger Robinson Jr. argues Biden easing China trade sanctions is a 'scandalous situation.'
Deere & Co on Friday raised its full-year earnings forecast after a 169% surge in quarterly profit, as a recovering global economy boosts demand for farm machine and construction equipment.
FOX Business' Grady Trimble speaks with Homeyer Precision Manufacturing president Tim Wetzel on the state of the industry.
The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) said on Friday it was requiring U.S. operators of 143 Boeing Co 737 Classic series airplanes to check for possible wire failures stemming from an investigation into an Indonesia crash in January.
National Housing Conference CEO David Dworkin argues demand is exceeding supply in the housing market.
Laid off employee responds to Sec. Jennifer Granholm contradicting the Biden Administration's Keystone XL pipeline cancellation
Boeing Co. is nearing a fix for engine covers like the one that broke apart on a United Airlines 777 jet over Colorado earlier this year, people briefed on the matter said.