Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around the state of California have gotten into accidents since September.
From homes to cars and from boats to private jets there are many platforms designed to let owners share the pricey assets with others for profit.
GM, Nissan, Tesla and others are bringing more all-electric models to market. But many consumers are still shying away from the technology.
Stocks rebounded sharply Friday as investors snapped up beaten-down shares, including in the health and tech sectors, though indexes posted weekly losses.
Uber must defend against a lawsuit accusing the ride-sharing service of discriminating against blind people by refusing to allow guide dogs, a judge says.
Think flying is getting worse? A pair of university researchers who track the airline business say it's a fact.
A Utah man gets a big surprise when he stopped to pull a large orange bag off the highway, fearing that it would become a traffic hazard.
The Supreme Court renews a former UPS driver's chance to prove her claim of discrimination after UPS failed to offer her lighter duty when she was pregnant.
New York to London for $15? That could soon be a reality, at least if Monday's news concerning Irish low-cost airline Ryanair is to be believed.
Staples' merger with Office Depot, Expedia's purchase of Orbitz and the Dollar Tree-Family Dollar buyout suggest this year will be big for big deals.
Businesses hoping to capitalize on the commercial potential of drones are pushing back against proposed rules that would limit how the aircraft can be used.
Target halves the size of online orders eligible for free shipping to $25, undercutting rivals Amazon and Walmart as it focuses on its online business.
With a Friday deadline looming, negotiators for the two sides in the contract dispute at West Coast seaports are laboring to reach a settlement.
Aerial photography and mapping, crop monitoring and inspections of tall structures would be acceptable, but it's unclear if you could get a pizza delivered.
The Silicon Valley carmaker's fourth-quarter earnings fall short. But CEO Elon Musk's forecast for 2015 is far more upbeat. Here's why.
West Coast seaports fully reopened Monday after two days during which no ships were unloaded amid a labor dispute between dockworkers and their employers.
Political campaign mailings and an increase in holiday package deliveries helped boost U.S. Postal Service revenue at the end of 2014.
A hard-headed economic analysis of the ride-for-hire company suggests that it is a hazardous free-for-all, not a darling of free-market efficiency.
Better electric cars are on the way. But will they ever be more than a niche market? The secret may be in better and cheaper batteries.
Driverless cars are predicted to be no more than five years away from showrooms. A university builds a test city for them.
The Postal Service proposes slight increases for mailing postcards and international letters but wants to leave first-class stamps at 49 cents.
To cut costs, retailers encourage customers to pick up online orders in stores. That, however, is not a choice for Amazon.
Amazon begins delivering household essentials in as little as one hour to parts of Manhattan, a new service that spreads to other cities in 2015.
Amazon is considering expanding its same-day delivery program worldwide, taking on the instant gratification offered by brick-and-mortar stores.
After record shipping volumes and bad weather last year caused many retailers to break their Christmas delivery promises, are they playing it safe in 2014?
Black Friday promotions and falling gas prices drove U.S. auto sales higher in November, kicking off what's expected to be a strong holiday season.