Google Inc. revealed Thursday that one of its self-driving car prototypes was involved in an injury accident for the first time.
Leading manufacturers are prioritizing broader examinations of their products amid rapidly shifting economic conditions, according to a new survey from IDC Manufacturing Insights.
Shareholders approved Friday a highly contested deal that strengthens the Samsung family's grip on the world's largest smartphone maker, sparking criticism that South Korea lacks sufficient protections for foreign investors and small shareholders.
The company credited with inventing the paper coffee filter is producing the first single-serve coffee pod that's completely recyclable.
Car parts maker Magna International Inc. is buying Getrag, a German-based manufacturer of automotive transmissions, in a 1.75 billion euro ($1.9 billion) deal.
A recent study showed that fracking activity tended to result in disproportionate jumps in nearby high school dropout rates.
Two weeks after shareholders signed off on a tie-up between Kraft and Heinz, the company has announced a move that will bring its Kraft headquarters from the northwest suburbs of Chicago into the city itself.
The world's largest shipbuilder is partnering with management consulting firm Accenture to build a fleet of Internet-connected "smart ships."
The Chinese joint venture between Fiat Chrysler Automobiles and the Guangzhou Automobile Group has announced plans to create a news sales company as it expands its SUV production in China.
The June smart oven recognizes your food, determines how it should be cooked and texts you when it's ready.
Cory Johnson breaks down Intel and where the company focus is at.
Xiaomi's Vice President of Global Operations Hugo Barra discusses being accused of copying Apple's iPhone design.
A vote on combining companies in the Samsung empire is pitting its wealthy founding family against small shareholders and foreign investors in a rare challenge to the power of South Korea's ubiquitous business conglomerates.
The first electric vehicles equipped with wireless charging capabilities could debut next year, according to a recent analysis by IHS Automotive.
U.S. factory production was unchanged for a second straight month in June as a sharp drop in auto manufacturing was offset by greater output of furniture and chemicals.
An icon of Milwaukee's flagship industry is returning to the city after a two-decade absence.
These are heady times for the commercial-aircraft business at Airbus and Boeing, as airlines place huge orders for new planes.
Twelve large automakers this week announced plans to form an information-sharing system to address potential cyberattacks.
Legislation to create a voluntary labeling program for genetically modified foods — and ban state GMO labeling requirements — moved a step closer to becoming law this week.
Ford Motor Co. said Wednesday that Flat Rock Assembly in suburban Detroit will build the Continental, which goes on sale sometime next year.