The U.S. led the world in petroleum and natural gas production for a third consecutive year in 2014, according to a new report.
With constant news about ignition switches and exploding gas tanks, it’s nice to hear that BMW is taking a step toward accident avoidance.
Murray's Cheese in New York City is aging cheeses in their very own cheese caves. Vanessa Yurkevich goes inside to see if it makes a difference to your taste buds, and your wallet.
Michigan high school students from some urban districts are able to compete in robotics thanks to the good will, plus the space, tools and know-how of nearby universities
While the e-commerce business model can certainly lead to increased sales and greater customer satisfaction for retailers, it has placed more pressure on manufacturers and distributors.
Volkswagen is seeking to add to a planned expansion announced last year to produce a new sport utility vehicle in Tennessee.
The latest monthly estimates from the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics found that manufacturing jobs declined slightly in March.
A coalition of consumer safety groups asked federal officials to ban the use of flame retardant chemicals in consumer products.
Nestlé officials recently detailed plans to steer the world's largest food company through an uncertain chocolate market and weakness in the Russian economy.
Financial analysts improved their forecast for embattled Lumber Liquidators after tests showed the company's hardwood flooring sealed in most potentially harmful chemicals.
United Nations officials estimated that global food prices are at their lowest levels in nearly five years, and commodities traders believe that trend isn't likely to wane anytime soon.
Morgan Stanley Co-Head of Mergers and Acquisitions Jim Head discusses the mergers and acquisitions environment.
Testing the Galaxy S6 and S6 Edge to see if it bends and if it comes back to its original state afterwards should it bend.
A walk-through of the New York Auto Show floor and some of the big announcements.
Information and best practices for identifying and avoiding counterfeit electrical products.
A jury in Georgia has awarded $150 million to the family of a 4-year-old boy killed when a Jeep Grand Cherokee exploded into flames after being rear-ended three years ago.
An unorthodox stock split designed to ensure Google CEO Larry Page and fellow co-founder Sergey Brin retain control of the Internet's most profitable company could cost Google more than half a billion dollars.
Tesla's first-quarter new vehicle deliveries climbed 55 percent from a year earlier to more than 10,000 cars.
Japanese pharmaceutical company Takeda reportedly offered more than $2.2 billion to settle thousands of lawsuits over the diabetes drug Actos, according to a Bloomberg report.
This Engineering Newswire looks at sending gas-sensing capsules to your gut, stopping speeding projectiles with a laptop bag and 3D printing a flowery pavilion with a unique cement.