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Ford is aware of five accidents involving a defect that can cause up to 1.48 million F-150 trucks to suddenly downshift to first gear, potentially causing whiplash.
The union that represents American Airlines is demanding an investigation into a "sexist" skit that surfaced over the weekend depicting cabin crew singing "Big Spender" to a man portraying a high-paying customer.
An average of 10,000 trucks cross the English Channel every day, making the Port of Dover an essential point of entry for European goods into the U.K. and vice versa. CNBC's Silvia Amaro explores how this flow of trade could change as the U.K. leaves the European Union.
To the average buyer, airline ticket prices appear to fluctuate without reason. But behind the process is actually the science of dynamic pricing, which has less to do with cost and more to do with artificial intelligence. CNBC Tom Chitty explains.
The fluctuating price of oil is largely decided by supply and demand and the collective actions of OPEC, an organization that provides 40% of the world’s oil. CNBC's Tom Chitty explains.
CNBC's David Reid takes a ride in the Cessna Citation Latitude, a passenger jet designed to serve the city’s financial district.
To find a place in a rapidly evolving auto industry, British-based Lagonda and Spain's Hispano Suiza are looking forward into the past, blending heritage with futuristic technology, including all-electric drivetrains.
While it doesn't have the best interior, the Levante GTS lives up to the driving experience that a Maserati badge promises with a roaring Ferrari V-8 engine under the hood.
There are hundreds of young companies in the growing private space industry but one of them is landing impressive talent and keeping its foot on the gas: Relativity Space.
U.S. airlines will soon add nonbinary gender options for travelers when they book their tickets, an effort to bring airline booking systems in line with state identification cards that also offer the option.
Southwest Airlines told its mechanics that it is in an "operational emergency" and called for "all hands on deck" among these workers after the number of grounded jets doubled.
NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg told CNBC that President Donald Trump's rhetoric on defense spending is having an "important" impact on the military alliance.
One year ago, SpaceX launched its Falcon Heavy rocket for the first time.
Michigan-based Rivian, which aims to market electric pickups and sport utility vehicles, has secured new funding from Amazon and existing shareholders.
Singapore Airlines reported third-quarter earnings that came in above expectations despite a 27 percent drop in net profit compared to the year-ago period.
Travelers are paying more for their airline tickets from the U.S. to warm-weather destinations in the Caribbean and Mexico, according to data from the Airlines Reporting Group.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Robert Sanchez, CEO of Ryder System, to talk about the health of transportation and shipping.
Ford CFO Bob Shanks will likely stay on through the end of 2019, according to sources familiar with the matter.
Private companies are more important than ever for the United States to explore and develop technology in space.