Camila Domonoske

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Trump's Trade War Forces Volvo To Shift Gears In South Carolina

Tuesday, April 16, 2019

The Chinese-owned Swedish automaker was originally planning to ship U.S.-made luxury sedans out of the Port of Charleston and send them to China. Trump's trade war threw a wrench in those plans.


Chevron To Expand In Permian Basin, Acquiring Anadarko Petroleum For $33 Billion

Friday, April 12, 2019

Anadarko, an oil and gas production and exploration company, has assets in Mozambique, the Gulf of Mexico and, significantly, in Texas — where multinationals are doubling down on the Permian boom.


Boeing Proposes Software Fix For 737 Max

Saturday, March 30, 2019

Boeing is currently working on a software fix for its troubled 737 Max jetliner but the challenge for the company is not just to fix the plane's behavior, it also needs to factor in human behavior.


Lyft IPO Expected To Raise More Than $2 Billion

Friday, March 29, 2019

The ride-hailing app Lyft is going public Friday in a highly anticipated IPO, expected to raise more than $2 billion.


From Walmart To Google, Companies Teaming Up To Buy More Solar And Wind Power

Thursday, March 28, 2019

Walmart, GM, Google, Johnson & Johnson and other corporations are forming a trade organization to promote the interests of renewable energy buyers.


Boeing Brings 100 Years Of History To Its Fight To Restore Its Reputation

Wednesday, March 20, 2019

Two high-profile plane crashes. The grounding of its bestselling jetliner. How did Boeing get here, and how can it recover from this crisis of confidence?


For Boeing, Costs Of Grounding Jets Have Only Just Begun

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Regulators around the world have grounded hundreds of Boeing's 737 Max planes. The company faces potential hits to its bottom line and its reputation. Delivery delays could affect its suppliers, too.


U.S. Will Join Other Nations In Removing Boeing 737 Max 8 Jets From Service

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

President Trump announced Tuesday that the U.S. will ground all flights of the Boeing 737 Max 8 and 9. Other countries had already grounded the plane following a deadly crash in Ethiopia.


Who Charges All Those Electric Scooters? Follow A Nocturnal 'Juicer'

Wednesday, March 13, 2019

Bird and Lime offer electric scooters for rent in cities across America. The companies pay a few dollars a pop to an army of people who prowl the streets for the scooters and take them home to charge.


How Boeing Is Dealing With The Aftermath Of Ethiopian Airlines Crash

Monday, March 11, 2019

The 737 Max 8 has been the best-selling Boeing aircraft, but now China, Indonesia and several airlines have grounded the planes. What does this all mean for Boeing?


Slow Down: Volvo Will Limit Its Cars' Top Speeds To 112 MPH

Monday, March 04, 2019

The carmaker says the change is meant to send "a strong signal about the dangers of speeding" and that the company is also working on new ways to address distracted and intoxicated driving.


As More Electric Cars Arrive, What's The Future For Gas-Powered Engines?

Saturday, February 16, 2019

The vast majority of American cars run on gasoline. But analysts say that's poised to change as electric vehicles take over the market — albeit not as quickly as environmental activists might like.


Harley-Davidson Embraces A New Sound As It Enters The Electric Era

Wednesday, February 13, 2019

The LiveWire, Harley's first electric bike, was first announced more than four years ago. It's finally hitting the streets this summer — for a hefty price. But will Harley fans be along for the ride?


Tesla's Challenge: Leaving Behind The Lap Of Luxury

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Tesla is finally turning a profit selling premium electric cars. But CEO Elon Musk doesn't want to make money just selling luxury cars to the world's elite. He's still aiming for the masses.


Venezuela's State-Owned Oil Company Is Hit With U.S. Sanctions

Tuesday, January 29, 2019

The U.S. Treasury has announced new sanctions on Venezuela, targeting that country's oil sales — as part of a larger effort to support the opposition and push for the ouster of Nicolas Maduro.


A Safety Feature By Any Other Name Can Really Be Confusing, AAA Finds

Friday, January 25, 2019

Auto manufacturers use a wide range of names to describe similar features — like adaptive cruise control, which has been branded by at least 20 different terms. The result? Driver confusion, AAA says.


Tesla Cuts 3,000 Jobs As Elon Musk Aims To Make More Cars For Less Money

Friday, January 18, 2019

The electric automaker is eliminating 7 percent of its workforce in a cost-cutting measure. "The road ahead is very difficult," Musk told employees in an email.


What's Driving Low Gas Prices? A Global Oil Glut

Thursday, January 17, 2019

Gasoline prices have been dropping steadily for months; they're averaging right around $2.25 per gallon nationally. Enjoy, but don't get used to them, analysts say.


Ford Cutting Jobs In Europe, Moving Away From Less Profitable Vehicles

Thursday, January 10, 2019

The automaker says it is not yet clear how many people will lose their jobs. The cuts come during a time of turmoil for the car industry, as automakers invest heavily in new technology.


Trump Administration Will Send Asylum-Seekers To Mexico While Claims Are Processed

Thursday, December 20, 2018

Homeland Security Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen said Thursday that migrants entering the U.S. from Mexico — regardless of country of origin — must wait in Mexico while their claims are heard.