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Apple is the "Tesla graveyard" where failed employees go to work, the electric carmaker's boss has said in fiery comments.
Auto industry insiders say top U.S. Volkswagen official's assertion that rogue software engineers orchestrated emissions scandal isn't beyond belief.
Starbucks coffee shops will begin accepting Apple's mobile payment system in a pilot program starting this year.
A study finds that shoppers are increasingly going to warehouse clubs and mass merchandise retailers to buy their food.
One of the worst blights of the housing crisis, so-called zombie foreclosures not yet repossessed by banks and put up for sale, have largely vanished.
More flights arrived on time in August, the Department of Transportation reports, but consumer complaints about the airlines were sharply higher.
The price hike will only immediately affect new customers. Existing customers will continue paying $8.99 a month until October 2016.
The risk of fire is prompting federal officials to back a proposed ban on rechargeable lithium battery shipments as cargo on passenger airlines.
No need to fly to Massachusetts to see the leaves turning this year. An entrepreneur wants to sell you a hand-picked sample of autumn foliage instead.
Volkwagen's top U.S. executive testified Thursday that emissions-cheating software in diesel cars was the work of "a couple of software engineers."
Amazon is getting crafty. The online retail giant is launching Handmade at Amazon, a virtual storefront where artisans can sell handcrafted wares.
General Motors is telling owners of some SUVs not to use their windshield wipers because a short could cause the wiper motor to catch fire.
Fast food is getting slower, again. It now takes nearly 222 seconds, or almost 4 minutes, on average to get a drive-thru order, a new survey finds.
German prosecutors raided Volkswagen headquarters and other offices on Thursday as part of their investigation into the carmaker's emissions scandal.
There should be enough pumpkins for Halloween this year, but that might not be the case for the canned pumpkin used in pies come Thanksgiving, according to experts.
UAW announced the agreement just after 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, which was the deadline the union had set to reach a new deal or possibly go on strike.
The next time you're in need of a handyman, Facebook wants you to consider hiring one via Messenger, with free quotes sent to you in minutes.
Jet.com's CEO says the online retailer will do just fine without charging customers an annual fee to join.
Unless Congress extends a Dec. 31 deadline for a major rail safety upgrade, Amtrak and many freight carriers could shut down operations.