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Toyota Motor is recalling about 242,000 gas-electric hybrid vehicles worldwide, including the bestselling Prius model, due to a brake design flaw, the automaker said.
Global airlines are gathering for an industry summit boosted by weaker fuel prices, but overshadowing the discussions will be lingering fears of a trade war as governments remain deadlocked over fuel emissions.
Jet fuel is United Continental's biggest expense, and John Rainey's plan to manage those costs includes everything from careful hedging to electric vehicles on the tarmac.
Whether by choice or through financial reality, the percentage of American households without a car has doubled over the past two decades—and is now approaching 1 in 10.
Ford said on Thursday it is closing its two Australian auto plants and will cease production in the country in 2016.
A growing number of companies are offering "yacht shipping" services, where yachts are loaded and carried on giant cargo ships to distant locations.
The recent weakness in the Japanese yen is not coming in the way of the country's luxury carmaker Lexus International's plans to invest overseas, said a senior company executive.
Maritime pirates are honing their tactics and beefing up their weaponry. Here are the world’s most pirate-infested waters, and learn about individual attacks from each place.
Does this job make me look fat? A Gallup-Healthways survey takes a look at which jobs have high rates of obesity. And it's bad news for bus drivers.
General Electric Co and Boeing Co have alerted airlines about a potential problem with engines on Boeing's long-range 777 jumbo jet.
Singapore Airlines, caught between the rapid emergence of Gulf carriers and low cost Asian rivals, is attempting a big strategy overhaul to revive growth.
Americans are driving less, waiting longer to get licensed and are increasingly turning to alternatives to driving such as mass transit or car-sharing programs. NBC News reports.
The National Transportation Safety Board wants to make it easier for police to charge someone with DUI. NBCNews.com reports.
Chinese-owned companies are investing in American businesses and hiring experienced engineers and designers in an effort to soak up the talent of domestic automakers and their suppliers. The New York Times reports.
The FAA on Friday canceled budget-driven plans to close 149 air traffic control towers at smaller U.S. airports.
In a rare move for airlines, Delta initiated a quarterly dividend, a move that the company's CEO, Richard Anderson, called a signpost for change in the industry.
Toyota Motors refuses to be tempted away from its low-risk growth strategy, even as the world's bestselling carmaker met its mid-term profit goals.
After being replaced by Honolulu for a year, Los Angeles took back the title of most congested metro area.
International travel usually ranges from $8,000 to $30,000, depending on the number of horses. Yet, some owners do whatever is wanted and needed to get the horse to the race.
A former aide to Christine Lagarde has come under suspicion of attempting to influence a decision on the trajectory of the high-speed train line to prevent it from cutting through his mother's garden.
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