Find out how global shipments changed in 2014.
Seamless machine-to-machine communication could usher in efficiency gains and savings.
The plant is the only Japanese-owned auto factory with UAW representation.
New Jersey Transit trains are delayed because of Amtrak overhead wire problems.
Concerns about the safety of oilfield injection wells are among many dogging regulators.
The company will update software to insulate the vehicles from being remotely controlled.
Attorneys on both sides called the sentence "unprecedented" for a food-poisoning case.
Blue Bell products were linked to 10 listeria illnesses in four states.
It will be the most powerful rocket ever built for a new era of exploration beyond Earth’s orbit.
The agreement marks the World Trade Organization's first tariff-killing deal in 18 years.
A truck transporting the vessel caught fire on a Connecticut highway.
Production at the factory has fallen to 64,000 vehicles from more than 200,000 in 2002.
U.S. Steel laid off about 400 workers in June, citing imports and dumping of foreign steel.
The rule could require a 30 percent reduction in carbon-dioxide emissions by 2030.
Federal prosecutors accused Kurt Mix of deleting relevant text messages.
China posted the weakest performance since the global financial crisis last quarter.
They reportedly hope to develop projects within five years.
The company is appealing the state fine, which it says is excessive.
Aerobats are a big draw at the EAA AirVenture fly-in, and Tucker draws more people than most.
About 144,000 of the recalled vehicles are in the U.S.