Boeing posted another month of robust aircraft order activity in September, while Airbus' 2018 sales slowdown continued.
With $134 million of debt maturing in a few days, the storied retailer may choose bankruptcy over depleting its liquidity cushion.
Primera Air's plan to fly people across the Atlantic for as little as $99 one-way was undone by rising fuel prices, poor reliability, and stiff competition.
With profits plunging, Alaska Airlines and JetBlue Airways are looking to boost ancillary revenue.
Elon Musk still hopes to develop truly affordable electric cars at Tesla, but his recent statement that a $25,000 car could be ready in as little as three years doesn't make any sense.
Starbucks has seen a sharp slowdown in sales growth in China over the past year. A new partnership with Alibaba should help it accelerate its growth rate again starting in 2019.
Despite a massive backlog of Model 3 reservations, Tesla is having trouble finding customers for the premium Model 3 variants that it can actually build profitably.
Delta is in the midst of adding 50 new regional jets to its fleet, but it can't configure these planes with the number of seats they're designed for.
The company will sell its distributed power business to a private equity firm for $3.25 billion, adding to a hefty haul from other asset sales announced in the past year.
Aircraft engine manufacturer Rolls-Royce keeps encountering new problems with its Trent 1000 engine. This will help its rival GE gain market share on Boeing's fast-selling 787 Dreamliner.
A recently-announced shuffling of flights between Newark Airport and Dulles Airport highlights a big weakness of United Airlines' hub strategy.
Boeing's proposed acquisition of a majority stake in Embraer's commercial aviation business is being held up by some thorny issues, but it is still likely to be finalized within the next few quarters.
Elon Musk keeps biting off more than he can chew at Tesla. Investors should be looking for some sign that his ambitions are becoming more realistic and practical.
Southwest Airlines nearly overtook perennial winner JetBlue in the J.D. Power airline rankings last year. In 2017, it finally got over the hump.
After initially aiming to boost crude oil prices to $55 a barrel, key OPEC members like Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Iraq have now set their sights on $60 a barrel of oil.
Boeing acknowledged at the beginning of 2017 that while aircraft deliveries will rise, revenue is expected to fall again this year.
However, JetBlue still has to bump passengers sometimes.