"Our continued success will be dependent on a highly-skilled workforce, world-class manufacturing facilities, and workforce education programs that enable employees to improve their skills and remain competitive in an increasingly digital economy...
Airbus’s takeover of the C Series sharpens a clash with Boeing Co. for dominance in the lucrative market for single-aisle jetliners.
"We have ordered that the illegal 'defeat devices' uncovered should be removed and the vehicles refitted according to the regulations," German regulators said.
Workers have more leverage these days at Google as the company relies on talented engineers and spends a lot of time and money keeping them.
The number of cuts is as many as 1,000 more than the company had estimated as part of a reorganization unveiled almost two years ago.
The app-based service initially available to drivers in Nashville and Philadelphia will give subscribers access to SUVs, coupes, cabriolets and high-performance AMG cars.
“There are better ways to negotiate trade deals than by punishing American consumers and businesses with higher costs,” said Tim Phillips, president of the Koch-affiliated Americans for Prosperity.
There was a time when corporate responsibility was just a report. Now it's a living, breathing activity that many companies must embrace publicly to ensure support from employees, shareholders and customers...
The world’s biggest technology fund joins GM to take on Google in the battle to dominate the self-driving car business.
The tax breaks were sold the as a means for companies to spur investment in America and create jobs, but S&P 500 companies aren’t following through, at least not yet.