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Air Force Lt. Gen. Steve Kwast says the U.S. still leads every other country in space but China is progressing much faster.
Prime-age working men have failed to return to the workplace and aren't likely to, according to economists at Bank of America Merrill Lynch.
A new era is dawning in space and NASA, despite decades of tight budgets, is aiming to remain the industry's leader.
Uber has long argued that its drivers are self-employed rather than workers at the firm.
Shane Tedjarati, president for Global High Growth Regions at Honeywell, says President Trump's visit to China helped the firm to bring a long-negotiated deal to conclusion.
Alex Hungate, president and CEO at SATS, says the digital experience for airline passengers and firms shipping freight is increasingly digital.
Uber should go public by 2019, new CEO Dara Khosrowshahi says.
Sun Country Airlines says it is relinquishing its government permission to fly to the island.
Uber will be working with NASA to figure out traffic management for flying cars.
A.I. appears set to massively transform passengers' air travel experience — and that could happen in just a few years, experts say.
Michael Szucs, chief executive advisor at Cebu Pacific Air, says the widespread use of social media in the Philippines needs to be tapped by the firm.
The U.S. should focus on boosting exports and not on controlling imports, says David Cunningham, president and CEO of FedEx Express.
Aeroflot's biggest challenges lie in hitting growth targets and finding the right balance between domestic and global expansion, says Giorgio Callegari of Aeroflot.
Autonomous vehicles and Amazon may be the shipping industry's buzzwords today, but blockchain is well on its way to becoming the future.
United and other airlines are retiring the so-called Queen of the Skies this year.
Bob Lutz, former General Motors vice chair, discusses his view that human-driven vehicles are on their way out as transportation changes.
The Qatar Airways CEO says allegations of improper subsidies are a smokescreen by U.S. carriers.
The Qatar Airways CEO says a blockade affecting his country is illegal and more international pressure is needed.
Facial recognition technology will be used by many airports by 2020, and improve the security clearance experience, says SITA's Sumesh Patel.
Paul Doherty, CEO at the Digit Group, said the firm will sign deals on smart cities and autonomous travel in China as part of the business delegation with President Trump.
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