The first privately built spacecraft to carry a mannequin to ISS blew up in Florida last month, and won't be making a return trip.
Pentagon ponies up to develop an "on demand" satellite launch capability.
When it comes to the space race, even if Boeing loses, it can still be a winning investment.
That may not be fair to SpaceX, but it's a good deal for taxpayers.
France's independent state auditor, the Cour des comptes, just reported that Elon Musk's use of reusable rockets to lower the cost of space launch poses a very real risk of driving Ariane out of...
After slipping below $300 earlier this week on worries about Tesla's decision to cut car prices and lay off 7% of its workers, shares fell more than 2% in pre-noon trading.
At long last, we can put a price tag on SpaceX stock -- even if we can't yet buy it.
The big reveal: Test flights will begin sooner than you think.
For $585 million, the Pentagon will try to build a ballistic missile defense system for the state lying closest to North Korea.
New funding of $250 million will help build a satellite internet network to turn SpaceX profitable.
Should the repurposing of formerly piloted aircraft as unpiloted drones become a trend, US effectively has an entire second air force sitting out there in the desert waiting to be reactivated.
The company proposed to set up a joint venture with India's Tata Advanced Systems Limited to build wings for future F-16s.
By extension, that probably means that Boeing and Lockheed Martin lost.
Sir Richard Branson disrupted the air-travel industry with Virgin America. Now he's setting his sights even higher.
In less than two years, The Boring Company has evolved from a twinkle in Musk's eye into a company with a business plan — and revenue (from an unexpected source).
Wolfe Research predicts a threefold increase in North America segment profits as Amazon goes big in the grocery aisle.
The second quarter was an earnings misfire for one of the nation's biggest firearm manufacturing companies.
By as early as 2030, ArianeGroup could be doing something that SpaceX has done since 2015.
April was a very busy month for America's arms dealers.
Will we really visit Mars in our lifetimes? And if so, on whose spaceship?