The federal Transportation Department announced a network of autonomous driving pilot programs on the final full day of the Obama administration.
Tesla will not be fined or subjected to a recall after its investigation wrapped up.
Nevada Gov. Brian Sandoval announced the new jobs during his annual State of the State address Tuesday.
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The company itself will pay the largest civil settlement in U.S. history over its role in the spill from the Deepwater Horizon explosion.
Trump has vowed to implement a 35 percent tariff on cars that are shipped from those plants to the US.
The seizure is part of an investigation into alleged efforts by a Chinese aluminum magnate to avoid U.S. tariffs.
Analysts said that about half of current work tasks could be automated by 2055 with currently available technology.
The "moonshot" division of Google parent Alphabet cancelled the drone initiative in recent months.
The defense contractor was one of many companies put in the crosshairs of Trump's erratic Twitter account in recent weeks.
The EPA also indicated that more than 90 percent of total chemical waste in 2015 was treated, recycled or otherwise not released into the environment.
Matt Casebolt previously served as a product design director for Apple and worked on the Mac Pro and MacBook.
Officials added that their steps would keep about 650,000 metric tons of waste out of landfills.
Tech giants and startups alike are rapidly bolstering the power, ease and efficiency of artificial intelligence.
On Thursday, regulators alleged that Fiat Chrysler illegally installed engine management software on more than 100,000 trucks and SUVs in recent years.
In addition to a guilty plea and civil and criminal fines, the company must also appoint an independent compliance monitor for three years.
The company also argued that changing the formula would raise its costs and compromise the iconic product.
Amazon increased its fleet of warehouse robots by about 50 percent over the past 12-month period.
Aereon will collaborate with Honeywell as it develops an infrastructure for the Industrial Internet of Things.
CEO Mary Barra also said that GM has “more in common” than not regarding President-elect Donald Trump's economic views.
The $372 million project includes a new paint shop that will cut greenhouse gas emissions by 44 percent.
Alibaba, by far China's largest e-retailer, has long faced criticism over the presence of counterfeit goods for sale on its website.
The automaker will invest $1 billion in plants in Michigan and Ohio to bolster its Jeep brand — particularly in international markets.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo says the aging plant presents an unacceptable safety risk due to its location some 30 miles north of New York City.
The settlement could be announced next week along with the official filing of charges, and financial penalties could reach into the billions.
Boeing said last month that it would again trim production of the 777 and would likely be forced to cut jobs again in 2017.
The institute will focus on reducing the cost of technology to reuse, recycle, and remanufacture metals, electronic, polymers, fibers and other materials.
Overall, the company is spending $4.5 billion on its move into electric vehicles over the next four years.
This week the toolmaker also announced its $900 million acquisition of the Craftsman brand from Sears.
Tesla's global sales increased by 50 percent in 2016 compared to the previous year but still fell just short of its target for the year.
In the wake of the U.S. presidential election and the Feds decision to raise interest rates, the dollar reached a 14-year high.
According to the ISM, the indexes for new orders, manufacturing production and manufacturing employment reached their highest annual levels in December.
Analysts expect overall auto sales to narrowly edge last year's record.
The nearly century-old plant will close some 14 months after Kraft Heinz announced plans to shutter the facility and six others throughout North America.
Overall, BLS tallied 4,836 workplace fatalities during the year, up just 15 from the previous report but also the highest since 2008.
French aerospace giant Airbus will join U.S. rival Boeing in cutting production of large jetliners amid sluggish global demand.
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Authorities alleged that the improperly disposed of components is part of a years-long, multi-million dollar scheme.
Amazon hopes that a new app will revolutionize the trucking industry — and make shipping its goods around the world cheaper.