Doug Parker says the carrier is working to preserve ballot access in Texas by speaking out publicly and engaging quietly with Republican lawmakers who support tightening voting rules.
Autos & Transportation
He Xiaopeng, the founder of Chinese electric-vehicle maker XPeng, has owned four Telsa vehicles. Now locked in a long-running feud with Elon Musk, he has unveiled a new vehicle that embraces technology the Tesla CEO has scorned.
Company moves to reassure Chinese consumers worried about privacy after Beijing restricted use of the vehicles due national-security concerns.
The shortage of semiconductors is worsening, but might need to drag out indefinitely to have a more noticeable impact on auto stocks.
Scant supplies of in-demand semiconductors prompted General Motors to idle several North American factories and extend shutdowns at others, putting a strong sales rebound in jeopardy.
The city-state is offering incentives to draw $15 billion in investment across all aspects of the marine freight business, with an eye on tech.
Allowing lithium to trade freely on an exchange could help shed more light on historically opaque prices for the metal, a key ingredient in rechargeable batteries for smartphones, laptops and electric vehicles.
Government officials want to remove blind spots in how they monitor influential investors’ impact on everyday consumers, and the asset-management industry is pushing back.
The best way airlines can prevent coronavirus spread on board is through their ventilation systems. But on the ground they don’t always run at full power.
The auto maker estimates the new truck will offer a single-charge range of more than 400 miles.
A former Hyundai engineer has waited years to receive a reward for disclosing concerns about engines at the auto maker that led to a record settlement. Despite a congressional mandate, the NHTSA has yet to set up the reward program.
The electric-car maker delivered roughly 184,800 vehicles globally in the first quarter, up about 2% from the year-end quarter, which had previously been the record high.
The industry’s sales pace is approaching prepandemic levels, but shortages in semiconductors and other crucial parts are curtailing production.
The move comes after media mogul Byron Allen and other Black media executives took out a full-page ad in several papers accusing GM of ignoring Black-owned media outlets.
Airline’s order is boost for the plane maker, which had been hurt by a prolonged grounding and pandemic.
For many European airlines—and some entire economies—much is riding on the hope that vaccination campaigns save the summer season. Too much, in fact, for investors’ comfort.
The plane maker’s Dreamliner delivery to United Airlines on Friday marked its first since production problems prompted a halt in October.
Congestion in supply chains is pushing up freight rates, rewarding ship owners like Maersk at the expense of global business.
Frequent fliers have accumulated more miles without using them because of the pandemic, and carriers will likely employ a range of tricks to devalue them
The appointments add to a GM board that corporate-governance groups have praised for its diversity, especially its inclusion of women, who now occupy seven of its 13 board seats.