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"Car punching" is when dealers punch up the number of new vehicle sales by buying up cars that stay on the lot as loaners or demo cars. Automotive News opinion editor Jesse Snyder, and CNBC's Phil LeBeau, discuss whether auto sales could be due to car punching.
Containers and dry bulk are particularly suffering while tankers are faring slightly better, explains Esben Poulsson, president of the Singapore Shipping Association.
American Airlines voices concerns, saying the agency isn't doing enough to make sure passengers make their flights.
CNBC's Phil LeBeau reports security screening company CLEAR plans to expand its reach to include not just airports but stadiums as well.
Boris Schlossberg of BK Asset Management and David Seaburg of Cowen & Co. discuss the transport sector with Melissa Lee.
The MTA hopes to completely replace MetroCards with smartphones or smart cards by 2020, NBC New York reports.
CSX says lower freight, particularly a 31 percent drop in coal volumes, hurt its first-quarter profit.
Airlines are soaring since increased demand and lower fuel prices. Aircastle CEO Ron Wainshal looks at the commercial aircraft leasing and selling industry.
Police in New York could soon be equipped with a device to find out if a driver involved in a crash was texting while driving.
After images of a 2017 Model S refresh leaked online, Tesla Motors confirmed forthcoming design and specification updates.
The Insurance Institute for Highway Safety recently crash tested seven popular pickup trucks. Only one earned a top safety rating from the IIHS—the Ford F-150 SuperCab.
Canadian Pacific Railway said it had scrapped efforts to buy Norfolk Southern, almost six months after it launched its unsolicited $28 billion bid.
Infrastructure in the US is currently suffering from a lack of investment, two separate industry experts told CNBC on Monday.
CNBC's Akiko Fujita takes you on a ride in an NuTonomy autonomous car. Birds beware!
Changi Airport is banking on intra-Asia routes for a growth boost, as Middle Eastern airport hubs prove to be serious competition.
It's about to get a little more convenient for New York City tourists to get Flat-Top Dogs and Fair Shakes.
Though the five seater Model S cannot fly, the car held its own, reaching a maximum speed of 155 miles per hour.
As China seeks to strengthen its control over the South China Sea, a tribunal is about to test Beijing's adherence to international law.
Unsteady headwinds in the business-jet market rattles of some investors.
Tim Anderson, Managing Director at TJM Investments, talks about what to watch in the last half hour of trading.
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