It's the first major U.S. transit contract to be awarded to a Chinese railcar company.
To the driver, the trailer looks see-through and produces no blind spots.
The first large, permanent human settlement on the moon could be a graveyard.
A California company that makes an eggless mayonnaise alternative has the U.S. egg industry scrambling.
General Mills plans to pay off debt and buy back stock with proceeds from the sale.
The EPA has come under sharp criticism for causing the spill and for its handling of the aftermath.
BP is going back to a federal appeals court in a case involving businesses' damage claims from the 2010 oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico.
While railroads have long carried hazardous materials through congested urban areas, cities are now scrambling to formulate emergency plans.
At least eight people have been killed by Takata air bags, which can explode with too much force and spew shrapnel into the vehicle.
The process might pave the way for hydrogen to replace fossil fuels altogether.
Tesla CEO Elon Musk took to Instagram to show off Tesla's Fremont factory.
In this episode, we speak with Bob Zimering, the Director of Six Sigma at Raytheon.
Compared to the second quarter of 2014, overall manufacturing productivity increased 1 percent.
The Netherlands' 1.2 million daily rail passengers will soon commute entirely via wind power.
It's not clear how the moves might affect job numbers at the plant, which employs about 6,000.
The cause of the blast is still under investigation.
Fueled by booming defense spending, the People's Liberation Army is expected to showcase breakthroughs in missile technology and military aircraft.
The proposal would require children's meals to conform to certain health requirements.
VW hopes to reduce its passenger vehicle emissions by 90 percent by 2050.
The online poll found that just 8 percent of auto industry executives used predictive analytics regarding vehicle recalls.