The iconic vehicle is expected to appear on the mainland by the end of next year.
Failure to get governments other than the U.S. to buy more C-17s meant that the massive cargo plane's days were numbered.
Alcoa Inc. kicked off earnings season by posting quarterly results of 9 cents a share on sales of $5.5 billion, beating Street expectations.
Women now have a greater share of the U.S. jobs market than before the Great Recession, but for the wrong reason.
Out of 4,200 employees on strike, only 300 have resumed work after signing an agreement with the management.
Dmytro Firtash, one of Ukraine's richest men, was closely associated with Viktor Yanukovych and aided the flow of gas between Russia and Ukraine.
A global halal food organization met in Rome last week to discuss the promotion of Italian halal products in a growing market worldwide.
On the outskirts of Mongolia's capital, illegal miners risk their lives to feed a growing coal hunger. Their accident rates make China's pale.
Germany added more jobs than expected while its factories slowed down, official data show, even as France and Spain stepped up.
China's manufacturing engine contracted in the first quarter of 2014, a private survey showed Tuesday, adding to market expectations of government stimulus to arrest a loss of momentum in the world's second-largest economy this year.
The company faces a federal probe on why it did not respond sooner to complaints.
India had deployed two C-130J Super Hercules planes to aid in the search for Flight MH370 in the southern Indian Ocean.
General Electric CEO Jeff Immelt has publicized the maintenance app for oil companies in a LinkedIn post.
HSBC's flash Purchasing Managers Index retreated to an eight-month low of 48.1 in March, but new export orders revealed growth.
The currencies of Zambia, Ghana and Nigeria are at record lows thanks to two key factors. Here's the lowdown.
Boeing has faced a series of issues with its 787 airplanes, with the latest one being the discovery of hairline cracks on the jet's wings.