Boeing Co. earned a profit for the first time in nearly two years, surprising Wall Street and hinting at a potential turnaround after one of the worst financial crises in the planemaker’s century-long history. The shares jumped.
Employers are eager to hire more immigrants, if only there were enough visas to go around.
Tesla Inc. reported better-than-expected second-quarter earnings, as strong sales of its electric vehicles fattened margins and delivered $1 billion in net income, a milestone for the 18-year-old company.
General Motors said Saturday that it has sued Ford Motor Co. over the name of Ford's new hands-free driving technology: BlueCruise.
Walt Disney Co. expects to receive nearly $580 million in tax credits for moving about 2,000 California jobs to Florida.
Rivian, which pushed the production launch of its Illinois-built electric truck back to September, is already scouting locations for a second assembly plant down the road.
The websites of several major U.S. companies were temporarily down for many users Thursday in a widespread internet outage.
Even as tourists return to popular destinations, a new report says nearly 500,000 hotel jobs lost in the United States during the pandemic will not return this year.
Pfizer Inc. said it reached an agreement to start production of its COVID-19 vaccine at a facility in Cape Town in an effort to deliver more than 100 million doses annually to African nations.
Blue Origin and West Texas made space history Tuesday morning by successfully launching and landing a private rocket ship with an all civilian crew just outside of the tiny town of Van Horn.
Ben & Jerry’s announced Monday that it would stop selling ice cream in the Israeli-occupied Palestinian territories, calling its business dealings in the region “inconsistent with our values.”
Jeff Bezos is headed to space. But first he has to pass through Van Horn, Texas.
After years of directly pressuring Facebook Inc. and other social media companies to rid their platforms of hate speech—with limited success—civil rights groups are shifting tack: They’re taking their fight to Washington.
Ericsson, a Swedish telecom company with its North American headquarters in Plano, Texas, will partner with Verizon to expand its U.S. 5G network in a $8.3 billion deal.