- Ford revealed the 2018 Mustang, the current car's mid-cycle refresh. The Mustang has been given an aesthetic overhaul, but it's also gained some mechanical options like magnetic suspension and a 10 speed automatic transmission. The V6 engine is dropped, leaving the 2.3L Ecoboost and 5.0L V8 as the engine options. Both have been given more power for 2018. For our review of the original sixth generation Mustang, click here.
- Fending off FTC's allegations, Qualcomm said it never withheld or threatened to withhold chip supply in order to obtain agreement to unfair or unreasonable licensing terms.
- The annual forum has kicked off in Davos, Switzerland and will run through Friday. Here is how you can watch each event.
- The streaming service has made headlines with news of international expansion and more original content since its previous earnings release.
- Ahead of the conference, anti-poverty organization Oxfam released a report Monday that suggests eight billionaire men collectively own the same amount of wealth as half the world’s population.
- The settlement with DOJ reportedly includes a $25 million criminal fine, $125 million in victim compensation, and $850 million to compensate automakers.
- The Justice Department said the company ignored the presence of mold in a clean room filter for more than a year.
- Brent crude rose sharply Thursday in the wake of Secretary General Mohammad Sanusi Barkindo's comments.
- In a recent study, researchers found that female board members earn $6,670 less than the average, while minorities receive $5,000 less.
- 24/7 Wall St., a financial news website based its rankings on employee reviews on Glassdoor, the American Customer Satisfaction Index (ACSI) and its own survey.
- The two men, part of the “online safety team,” were forced to view photos and videos of “indescribable sexual assaults,” “horrible brutality,” murder and even child abuse on a regular basis.
- The health insurer said in a statement that the use of the generic version rather than the branded medication would lead to substantial cost savings.
- Company President Abigail Klem and a board of directors will take over the day-to-day running of the apparel and accessories brand.
- The internet company will be known as Altaba and its board will be reduced by five members.
- The investment will expand U.S. production of its Jeep line as Fiat Chrysler shifts emphasis to trucks and SUVs.
- The president-elect has previously targeted other automakers, including General Motors in a recent tweet, and Ford Motor on the campaign trail.
- The company originally planned to resume flights in December 2016, and later pushed the date to Jan. 8, but will now fly some time next week at the earliest.
- The pastries being sold in a variety of fruit flavors may have been made with tree nut, or almond flour.
- CEO John Schnatter started the company in 1984 and the surging stock price has made him vastly wealthy.
- In partnership with Intel and former Tesla Motors partner Mobileye, the car maker will start testing self-driving vehicles on roads in the second half of 2017.
- It remains to be seen, however, if the company will ramp up production fast enough to meet its target of producing 500,000 cars by 2018.
- The Kérastase Hair Coach Powered by Withings will be able to give users a complete report of their hair health with just a few strokes.