Despite the Brexit vote, Britain will remain a great place for manufacturing, United Technologies CEO Greg Hayes says.
Brexit jitters are causing some firms to re-evaluate their British investments, but U.S. defense giants Boeing and Raytheon say they’re staying put.
A new jetliner with wider passenger seats is wowing airplane fans at the Farnborough Airshow in the U.K. this week.
Airbus is set to announce a key order for 8-10 of its biggest twin-engined model, from Virgin Atlantic after beating Boeing to a scarce order for big jets.
China June CPI rose less than expected because of the good weather meant lower food prices, explains Natixis Economist Iris Pang.
Japan's core machinery orders unexpectedly fell 1.4% in May from the previous month, against economists' forecasts for a 2.6% increase.
Surf Air, a start-up airline that lets you pay £2,500 ($3,235) per month for unlimited private jet flights, is launching in Europe.
Outgoing U.K. Prime Minister David Cameron and other ministers are set to take the inaugural flight on Britain's equivalent to Air Force One.
The president of North America Operations and Aerospace at Cyient, Tom Edwards, runs through what to watch for at the 2016 Farnbourough Airshow.
A trio of Lockheed Martin’s F-35 Joint Strike Fighter touched down in the UK last week in readiness for an appearance at the Farnborough Airshow
U.S. and Chinese citizens are likely to see drone deliveries sooner than their counterparts in Europe, but it's unlikely to be nationwide.
The U.K.’s decision to leave the EU could create problems for the autos industry, but also opportunities, according to market watchers.
China Banking Regulatory Commission's Andrew Sheng says the liquidity provided is to ensure China's unprecedented transition is a smooth process.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports General Motors' auto sales were generally in line with expectations for June, down 1.6 percent.
China's twin PMIs were concerning, but the economy is expected to accelerate as the yuan depreciates, says Complete Intelligence's Tony Nash.
China's manufacturing data were disappointing, and Beijing will likely have to introduce fiscal stimulus and cut interest rates, says Commerzbank's Hao Zhou.
Manufacturing momentum in the world's number two economy skidded to a four-month low in June, according to twin surveys released on Friday.
If Beijing really wanted to weaken the currency, the downward moves would be more significant, says Fraser Howie, an independent analyst.
CNBC's David Faber has details of reports Mondelez has made a bid for Hershey.
CNBC Senior Contributor Larry Kudlow weighs in on the great trade debate facing the U.S. and gives his case for free trade.