The man who saved Fiat and Chrysler is known for speaking his mind. That has not won him friends at home.
The company is considered a bellwether for the U.S. and global economy. Here's why.
Global industrial robot sales are booming. U.S. manufacturing jobs ... not so much.
Investors will focus on GE's industrial operations, as the company prepares to spin off its consumer finance business.
The projected growth of the U.S. energy sector has to be seen to be believed, so see it here.
Ford says it would have to reassess its operations in the U.K. if Britain decided to leave the EU.
The move underscores the automaker's remarkable turnaround since its bailout in 2009 in the wake of the financial crisis.
According to jobs listings publicly available on the Apple website, the Cupertino, Calif.-based technology company has started hiring iPod and iPhone engineers at its Mesa, Ariz., sapphire manufacturing facility.
Nearly a year after the first Boeing 787 battery caught fire, it appears it's happened again, and Boeing's stock plunged immediately afterwards.
Fearing its weapons could end up being used against U.S. troops, a U.S. gun manufacturer turned down a $15 million deal for sniper systems.
Economies in the euro zone and the UK remained buoyant in December with sharp growths recorded in output and orders, PMI data show.
Several high-level railway officials have taken their own lives following a government crackdown on corruption in the last three years.
Despite adequate U.S. suppliers, the government has allowed Lockheed Martin to use internationally-made parts for the high-tech military jet.
The challenge of sourcing GMO-free raw material in the U.S. is said to be a major obstacle to introducing GMO-free food varieties.
The outspoken "Duck Dynasty" patriarch adds his unique cachet to a new line of guns.
The deal is a personal victory for group CEO Sergio Marchionne, who has been pushing a merger of the two iconic automakers.