After more than a decade of making cars and SUVs — and, more recently, solar panels — Tesla Inc. wants to electrify a new type of vehicle: big trucks.
Thursday’s decision by the Federal Communications Commission also makes it easier for one company to own two broadcast TV stations in one market.
Airbus and Boeing announced large airplane orders at the Dubai Air Show drew to a close.
The company tweeted a statement offering to “work with the players and league to find a positive way forward.”
The Boeing Co. says its property manager made a “mistake” by wrongly limiting public access and blocking dogs from the Riverwalk by its headquarters.
Keurig announced Saturday that it had pulled advertising from “Hannity” after several Twitter users questioned the company’s support for the host.
Brookfield Property Partners offering $14 billion to buy the remaining shares of mall owner GGP that it doesn’t already own.
The deal with Emirates appeared to surprise Boeing archrival Airbus, which pinned hopes of continuing production of its jumbo jet on Emirates.
La Nina, the cool flip side to El Nino, is back. U.S. production of most crops — but not corn — generally goes down in La Nina years, researcher says.
Amazon pop-up stores will open next week inside Whole Foods stores in the Chicago area and four other cities.
Walmart hopes to tempt shoppers with online deals before Black Friday. Retailers are trying to strike a balance between online and in-store deals.
Sears Holdings says it expects net losses for the 3rd quarter to improve by $190 million, and it hit its $1.25 billion target in annual cost savings.
“Our recipe underwent a fine-tuning and continues to deliver the Nutella fans know and love with high quality ingredients,” the company tweeted.
Commuters of the future could get some relief from congested roads if Uber’s plans for flying taxis work out.
Target is closing a dozen stores — including ones in Matteson and Romeoville — but not until after the holidays.