German carmaker Audi says it's planning to unveil an electric sport SUV concept with a range of over 310 miles (500 kilometers) — well beyond the range of rival carmaker Tesla's Model S and soon-to-launch Model X.
A newly released report found that small businesses that utilized cloud computing reported significantly higher revenue growth and profits.
The owner of Fireball Cinnamon Whisky is suing a North Carolina brewery over a "confusingly similar" label.
For the first time since its introduction 50 years ago, America’s iconic pony car is headed overseas this year. Ford’s Flat Rock Assembly Plant outside Detroit is gearing up to meet the needs of Mustang lovers in 110 countries.
Jide Technology co-founder David Ko discusses creating the first Android PC, how it works and where he sees growth.
Companies that change their processes, but not the outdated and non-integrated applications beneath them, are simply hacking at leaves — expending energy but achieving little.
Consumer inflation slowed in July following two months of slightly faster gains. The slowdown reflected in part the biggest drop in airline fares in nearly two decades.
General Electric on Tuesday announced its largest laundry product launch in 20 years, along with plans to expand a plant in Louisville, Kentucky.
A June collision between a Volkswagen SUV and a deer in which a side airbag inflated with too much force has triggered a federal investigation and raised questions about the safety of newer airbags made by Takata Corp. of Japan.
New overtime pay rules from the Obama administration could make business management software much more valuable to companies suddenly facing new payroll costs.
British aviation investigators say a 2013 fire on a Boeing 787 Dreamliner started in a battery for the plane's emergency locator transmitter, triggering recommendations to improve safety on similar aircraft.
Agribusiness giant Cargill this week announced plans to acquire a Norwegian fish feed company as part of an increasing commitment to aquaculture.
General Motors Co. is adding 181,000 cars in the U.S. and Canada to a 2014 recall for headlights that can stop working, and it will have to repair thousands more for a second time because the first fix could fail again.
Target has reached a deal to pay up to $67 million to settle Visa claims related to a massive 2013 data breach that resulted in the theft of millions of debit and credit card numbers.
Ford is recalling just over 26,000 trucks in the U.S. and Canada because some front seat belts may not be anchored in the right position.
In this episode, a road that charges your electric car and currency manipulation’s impact on manufacturing.
There is a war brewing for the future of the American highway and it has traditional carmakers facing competition from tech companies like Google, Apple, Uber and even Chinese search giant Baidu.
A raw RFID read that does not meet the criteria of a valid tag read needs to be tossed aside, as it is nothing more than pure noise to a system. If undetected, this creates false read events and bad data.
Nestlé has won a ruling that the decision in India to ban the sale of its Maggi noodles was unjustified. Oliver Ralph and Jonathan Eley discuss how the Swiss manufacturer handled the issue.
Amazon isn't the only company that is using data on employees to improve productivity.