After its two Note 7 recalls, Samsung’s work on re-establishing trust with consumers and bringing changes to the industry is still incomplete, write Geoffrey A. Fowler and Joanna Stern.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average fell, putting the index in negative territory for the year.
Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is scheduled to report results for the fourth quarter and year on Wednesday before markets open. The New York investment bank is expected to report higher earnings and revenue for the quarter.
A federal grand jury indicted three Takata executives, charging them with providing auto makers with misleading test reports on rupture-prone air bags.
The Environmental Protection Agency has accused Fiat Chrysler of diesel-emissions violations, saying the auto maker allegedly used software on recent diesel-powered Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Ram trucks.
Health-care shares tumbled after President-elect Donald Trump criticized the drug industry in his first news conference since the election.
With government help, energy-conscious PACE loans are growing fast across the U.S., but lenders care little about borrowers’ creditworthiness, and contractors function as loan brokers.
A report by the U.S. Department of Agriculture finds cost vary widely based on parents earnings, region.
From Brexit to Trump to the rise of nationalist parties across Europe, the old division between left and right is giving way to a battle between self-styled patriots and confounded globalists.
The president-elect’s criticism of the auto maker’s Mexican imports, leveled in a tweet Tuesday morning, comes as it plans to lay off thousands of workers in two states pivotal to the Republican’s November victory.
Global stocks wavered ahead of President-elect Donald Trump’s inauguration as investors parsed Chinese growth figures and fresh comments on U.S. interest rates.
Crisis response at the National Institutes of Health has prompted lab closures and has triggered delays in treatment. Its chief, noted geneticist Francis Collins, who serves at the pleasure of the president, is in the hot seat.
James Lindley helps lay indigent servicemen to rest with military honors. A former marine, he finds shelter from his own wartime demons by tending to those left behind.
Takata plans to pay $1 billion to resolve a U.S. criminal probe of its rupture-prone air bags. The company could plead guilty as early as Friday to criminal wrongdoing.
Six Volkswagen current and former executives were indicted by a grand jury on Wednesday as the German auto maker formally admitted to criminal wrongdoing in its diesel-emissions cheating case.
Leading U.S. senators proposed new sanctions against Russia that would markedly increase Moscow’s economic isolation and could limit President-elect Donald Trump’s ability to improve relations with the Kremlin.
Dashaun Watson and the Clemson Tigers upset the No. 1-ranked Alabama Crimson Tide in a come-from-behind thriller for the school’s first title since 1981.
VW executive Oliver Schmidt is suspected of participating in a conspiracy to defraud the U.S. in connection with the company’s emissions-cheating scandal.
At more than 140 mph, getting knocked off a bicycle is bad, potentially fatal. At such speed, pretty much everything is. It is also where Denise Mueller finds peace.
The Big Three auto makers rolled out solid December U.S. sales results Wednesday, signaling the industry remained on track to set an annual record in 2016.
As Donald Trump may soon learn, presidents whose party also controls Congress often wind up feuding with their ostensible allies.
Wilbur Ross, the billionaire investor tapped to serve as commerce secretary, is set to take the incoming administration’s tough trade talk to Capitol Hill.
Franklin D. Roosevelt invented the idea of an activist sprint from the start of a presidency, and many of his successors have followed his example. Will Donald Trump make his own early splash?
Congress is poised to repeal the Affordable Care Act and will soon confront the dilemma that faces all attempts to rationalize the system: Most lawmakers want to cover people with pre-existing conditions, but the available options all have downsides.
Pharmaceutical stocks and bond yields fell while the dollar continued to weaken as President-elect Donald Trump’s press conference rippled across markets. Analysts said Mr. Trump failed to offer more clarity around his stimulus plans and trade policies at the news conference.
Volkswagen said it is in advanced discussions to plead guilty to criminal wrongdoing and pay a $4.3 billion penalty to resolve a U.S. Justice Department probe of the German auto giant’s diesel-emissions cheating.
Auto makers, betting that rising gasoline prices won’t spoil America’s love affair with pickups and SUVs, are increasing their exposure to a light-truck segment that let the industry down a decade ago.
As GM’s Mary Barra and a group of other top auto executives gather in Detroit for the city’s annual auto show, the growing tension between President-elect Trump and the industry’s march toward globalization overshadows the stream of new vehicles being announced.
The Dow Jones Industrial Average rose to within one point of 20000, as a solid jobs report added the latest fuel to stocks’ postelection rally.
Lego Boost kits, launching in the second half of this year, bring motors, sensors and the basics of coding to the beloved building sets.