Uber Challenger Emerges In China
February 16 2015 4:08 PM EST
Chinese companies aren’t sitting idle as Uber seeks inroads in their market for cars that can be hailed by smartphone.
Gas Prices On The Rise Again
February 16 2015 2:32 PM EST
Even so, drivers should still expect to pay 80 cents to $1 less per gallon of regular than this time last year, analysts say.
Rail Cars On Fire After Crude Train Derails In Ontario, CN Says
February 15 2015 2:06 PM EST
A boom in oil shipments by rail and a spate of derailments across North America have put heightened focus on rail safety.
South Korea Mulls Law Against High-Handed Conduct After 'Nut Rage'
February 15 2015 1:11 AM EST
A bill to be presented in the national assembly this month is formally called the "Conglomerates Ethical Management Special Law" but has been nicknamed the Cho Hyun-ah law.
Bus, Train Collision Kills At Least 16 In Mexico
February 13 2015 11:57 PM EST
At least 16 were killed and 30 injured in a collision between a freight train and a bus on a highway in the north of Mexico Friday evening, an emergency official said.
China's Top Online Car-Service Companies May Merge
February 13 2015 9:00 AM EST
KuaiDi and Didi may join forces ahead of Uber's planned entry into the country's car-service booking app market, according to a published report.
Ships Line Up As Port Labor Dispute Gets Heated
February 12 2015 5:50 PM EST
The head of America’s second-largest port says recent delays will double idling cargo ships off the coast of Los Angeles.
Check Out The Interior of American Airlines' New Dreamliner
February 12 2015 11:23 AM EST
The second U.S. airline flying the Boeing 787 will debut the Dreamliner from Dallas to Chicago in May.
As Gulf Airlines Grow, US Carriers Fight Back
February 12 2015 8:00 AM EST
United, Delta and American claim the success of airlines such as Emirates is fueled by unfair advantages.
Families Of Flight MH370's Chinese Passengers Protest In Malaysia
February 12 2015 6:57 AM EST
Some relatives of the Chinese passengers on board the plane met with Malaysian authorities on Thursday.
'Nut Rage' Airline Executive Handed One-Year Prison Term
February 12 2015 4:15 AM EST
The executive, a member of South Korea's powerful 'chaebol' -- family-run conglomerates -- has stirred resentment in the country.
Finger-Pointing At West Coast Ports
February 11 2015 8:53 AM EST
Maritime shippers and port operators blame the longshore workers union for worsening congestion at 29 West Coast ports.
TransAsia Crash Victims' Families Refuse Nearly $500K Compensation Offer
February 11 2015 6:20 AM EST
The compensation deal was rejected by victims' relatives, who were dissatisfied with the amount and the "method" of payment.
Taiwan Suspends 29 TransAsia Pilots After Last Week's Deadly Crash
February 11 2015 6:06 AM EST
Flight 235 crashed near Taipei last week, killing at least 42 people on board.
US Airways Plane Makes Emergency Landing In Houston
February 10 2015 5:08 AM EST
American Airlines Flight 1825 had departed from Philadelphia International Airport, carrying 52 passengers and four crew members.
More 'Otherworldly' Snow
February 09 2015 11:22 PM EST
It has snowed for 13 of the past 17 days in Boston — and Massachusetts has seen 70 inches of snow fall over the last 30 days.
Yet Another Winter Storm Forces Flight Cancellations
February 09 2015 11:19 AM EST
More than 1,800 flights have been cancelled nationwide, with Boston and New York City especially hard hit.
TransAsia To Cancel More Flights Following Crash
February 08 2015 4:21 AM EST
The company will cancel 52 flights next week, in addition to the 90 already canceled after one of its aircraft crashed into a river in Taipei.
Taiwan Orders Tests For TransAsia Pilots After Fatal Crash
February 07 2015 4:25 AM EST
All of TransAsia pilots who fly ATR planes will undergo mandatory proficiency tests over the next four days.
Uber To Launch Panic Button, 'Safety Net' Features For App
February 06 2015 6:46 AM EST
The rise of rideshare companies around the world has drawn attention to the safety of women passengers.