Toyota cut $3,300 every minute in production costs the past six months, which will help bolster spending on R&D as President Akio Toyoda moves the company further into new electrified powertrains and artificial intelligence.
A combined Qualcomm/Broadcom operation would represent the third largest global semiconductor supplier.
The Supreme Court turned away from a Samsung appeal, closing one chapter in the ongoing smartphone legal battle and leaving Apple with $120 million.
As Microsoft begins selling a new Xbox console, the focus of its video game unit — much like the focus of the company as a whole — is shifting toward software and services.
The recall affects BMW 3 Series models from 2006 to 2011.The issue is related to potentially faulty wiring of the climate control blower fan which "in extremely rare cases" could cause a fire.
Exxon joins a growing list of oil majors hedging against the wider adoption of renewables, which could displace some 8 million barrels of crude demand a day.
Autodesk provides a glimpse into the automation challenges and goals of three very different manufacturers.
On the eve of one of the country’s largest shows, a conversation with the manufacturing veteran who heads up automotive and manufacturing for the cloud giant.