Edith Ramirez is taking a cautious step to rein in "sharing economy" apps
While the vast majority of us will never be able to relate to this "problem," it is conceivable that the world's super-rich could eventually get bored of cruising the same ol' Caribbean and Mediterranean seas.
With Germany's largest company by revenue, Volkswagen, deep in damage recovery mode, and the market still unable to decide just how systemic and profound the fallout will be from the emissions scandal...
Self-Driving Trucks on German Autobahn; Millions of Truck and Taxi Driver Jobs will Vanish in US by 2025
German automaker Daimler said it trialled a self-driving truck under real traffic conditions for the first time Friday, on a motorway in southern Germany.
The company may go the way of the Dodo because of brutal fines and crippling lawsuits and media demagoguery that's turning the VW brand into the automotive equivalent of NAMBLA.
According to Jefferies analyst Dan Dolev, Tesla could lower battery costs substantially by changing cell chemistry and from economies of scale that will come with the completion of the Gigafactory.
Is VW dodging the inevitable electric future?
Elon Musk debuts the long awaited Tesla Model X at a special launch event held at Tesla's Fremont factory in front of lucky owners and members of the media.
There's plenty of evidence that Apple is working on something car-related, even if Apple hasn't said anything publicly about it yet.
Tesla Motors Inc., the smallest publicly held U.S. automaker, hands over the first of its Model X sport utility vehicles Tuesday evening amid growing scrutiny of Volkswagen AG, one of the world's biggest car companies, after the admission that it c
Well, there's good and bad news wafting upward from the immolation of Volkswagen over its now-public end-running of the EPA's preposterously over-strict emissions rigmarole (more about that here and – audio clip – here).
This could kill VW - until recently (until last week) the world's largest car company.
This could kill VW – until recently (until last week) the world's largest car company.
How To Cash In On The Volkswagen Diesel Scandal
Volkswagen has had a rough time since being accused Friday of installing software in its cars that hid the amount of pollutants they were emitting.
Tesla is scheduled to deliver the first of its Model X crossover SUVs to customers next week. The startup carmaker will hold an event at its factory in Fremont, California, September 29, as the first "Signature Series" Model X vehicles roll off the a
PARIS -- For once, Parisians won't have to escape to the countryside during the weekend to get a breath of fresh air.
The Tesla vs Tesla battle we've all been waiting for.
The company bets on an arbitration clause in a drivers' rights case.
This could kill VW - until recently (until last week) the world's largest car company. But unlike say the exploding Pinto fiasco this is not a story about defective cars. It is a story about defective public policy.
Volkswagen chief executive Martin Winterkorn resigned Wednesday as a growing scandal over falsified emissions tests rocked the world's biggest carmaker.
uberCOMMUTE enables drivers who commute longer distances to share the cost of the trip. It's carpooling at the press of a button.
We may still be waiting for the first true hoverboards, but one firm says its single-wheeler feels so like hovering that it's actually called the Hoverboard.
The electric car isn't a newfangled idea birthed from the neck of a generation of idealists jaded by the economic, cultural, and atmospheric cost of oil.
It's Elon Musk's idea, but Hyperloop Transportation Technologies is trying to make this "pipe dream" a reality.
Apple AAPL +% wants in on the electric car business and is ramping up its efforts.
Volkswagen said on Tuesday that 11 million diesel cars worldwide were equipped with the same software that was used to cheat on emissions tests in the United States.
It's not a secret that Tesla's oft-delayed Model X crossover will finally be in customers' hands this month, and now we've got an event to go along with the launch: next Tuesday, September 29th in Fremont, California -- home of Tesla's factory.
The first self-driving electric shuttle for use on public roads has been delivered to the Netherlands. The "WEpod" will take passengers between the two towns of Wageningen and Ede in the province of Gelderland from November.