General Motors is recalling 73,424 Chevrolet Cobalt small cars in the U.S. and Canada because improper wiring could prevent the roof-mounted driver's side airbag from deploying after a crash.
Prices charged by producers rose more slowly in July, reflecting declines in both food and energy.
A new study by Illinois researchers estimates that reduced federal gasoline blending standards would produce the same impact on carbon emissions as nearly one million additional passenger vehicles.
The report asks: How will companies use 3D printing over the next couple years?
Pernod Ricard is doubling down with Absolut Elyx in a quest to dethrone Grey Goose.
When Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus was founded in 2013, critics doubted that people would buy its flagship phone, OnePlus One. But co-founder Carl Pei found an unconventional way to help the company survive.
In this episode, a smarter showerhead and an IoT super pact.
Symantec will sell its Veritas information management business for $8 billion in cash with plans to funnel proceeds back into its main line of work, cybersecurity, and to buy back shares.
A new report anticipates a dramatic jump in the need for data analysis as the Industrial Internet of Things continues to expand.
Already facing falling sales and lawsuits from its ousted founder, shares of American Apparel plunged further Wednesday after the retailer said it doesn't have enough financing to keep operating for the next year, meaning it will need to raise money or find new financing.
Dr. Pepper Snapple is making a $20 million investment in BodyArmor, a rival of PepsiCo's Gatorade brand.
A forthcoming ruling from federal labor officials could dramatically alter the status of employees in a wide range of industries.
The eurozone's hopes for a strong economic recovery this year have soured over the past couple months, partly because of the crisis over Greece's future in the currency zone and fading growth in China.
A Swiss packaging company recently debuted its paper-based bottle in the U.S.
More people sought U.S. unemployment aid last week, but the average for the past month fell to the lowest level in 15 years, a sign that few employers are cutting jobs.
In the follow-up segment to last week's discussion, Bob Barr of Acquity Group reviews the three dimensions e-marketplaces bring to industrial distribution online, outlining key questions businesses should ask themselves about their own value proposition.
Less than a month after the historic Iran nuclear deal, western businesses are looking with interest at the Iranian market.
Cloud-based time and attendance is a critical tool for businesses looking to reduce timekeeping errors and create efficiencies. Smart manufacturers are using the system to streamline operations, boost productivity and position themselves competitively for the future.
Kraft Heinz says it is cutting about 2,500 jobs as part of its plan to slash costs after the food companies combined.
Fiat Chrysler said Tuesday it is appealing a Georgia court's order to pay $40 million to the family of a child who died in a Jeep fire.