In a very public sense, Musk and the government this summer will test the theory that cheaper space launches are suitable for sensitive military missions.
Just two years after nearly half of manufacturers hadn’t even heard of the IoT, a majority are now making money off the IoT.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government has reportedly asked Apple to lay out details of the money it plans to pump into the country and the potential number of jobs the investment will create.
FCA CEO Sergio Marchionne has mused about spinning off Jeep — whose U.S. sales have dropped 13% so far this year — but is instead counting on a steady expansion of Jeep sales in the years to come.
North Dakota State University is providing educational and financial support for new manufacturers who are generating products ranging from artificial bone to flight data recorders.
Zhejiang Geely Holding Group, which also owns the upscale Sweden-based Volvo Cars, announced Wednesday that it will buy 49.9% of Proton and a 51% stake in Lotus Cars.
New Ford CEO Jim Hackett has a reputation as a visionary executive comfortable in the high-tech world, who’s also willing to take the scalpel to a workforce.
The move would allow Subaru to capitalize on its reputation for safety while eliminating the need to partner with another automaker, says CEO Yasuyuki Yoshinaga.