Volkswagen could have to pay as much as $11 billion in damages related to its diesel emissions-cheating scandal if a German court sides with investors in a lawsuit that goes to trial next week.
A closely watched index of nonmanufacturing activity rose last month the Institute for Supply Management said, indicating service industries such as health care and retail are still in good shape.
Ford Motor is recalling about two million F-150 trucks after it received reports of a seat belt equipment malfunction that could cause smoke or fire in the vehicle.
The new ad campaign is an effort to reach younger consumers who may have believed Arby’s was a roast-beef-only zone and have a taste for different products.
Logistics specialist says it will expand warehouse locations, technology capabilities to help online retailers match Amazon’s management of inventory, delivery.
The build-up to this NFL season has consisted of routine concerns and drama. But the biggest theme heading into the season, which opens Thursday night, has been the gamut of historic deals.
Freight operators are responding to online startups and brokers with investment in technology aimed at finding trucks beyond their own fleets.
“Simms and Lefkoe: The Show” is aimed at giving insight on which team will cover the spread
ComScore Inc. has hired Sarah Hofstetter as president, as the company’s new chief executive, Bryan Wiener, works to rejuvenate the troubled media measurement business.
The global recall to repair a portion of the electrical system affects certain 2016-2018 model-year Prius vehicles, Prius Prime plug-in hybrids and hybrid gas-electric versions of the C-HR crossover SUV.
Theranos, the blood-testing firm accused of perpetrating Silicon Valley’s biggest fraud, will dissolve. The move comes after prosecutors filed criminal charges against founder Elizabeth Holmes.
Most major auto makers reported increases in U.S. sales in August, though analysts expect consumer demand for new vehicles to cool for the remainder of 2018.
A fringe of restaurateurs are plating food on things that aren’t plates—shovels, shoes, rocks—raising purists’ hackles. ‘It looked like landscaping.’
Suzuki Motor said it is quitting the China market, as foreign makers of mass-market cars come under mounting pressure from Chinese rivals.
Demand for workers at distribution centers is accelerating, real-estate group CBRE says, signaling stronger competition for labor in a tight jobs market.
Impact would come over 25 years, with projections for lighter job loss seen than other forecasts, but higher-paying trucking work could take a hit