Uber might start weed deliveries when cannabis is decriminalized, CEO Dara Khosrowshahi told CNBC. It's still illegal under federal law.
An Experian expert explains how great auto credit can help automakers cash in on a post-pandemic sales boom
The US market is defying expectations amid a recovery from the pandemic, but questions remain about affordability as prices for vehicles hit records.
Grab, the food-delivery giant backed by SoftBank, is going public in the US via the largest-ever SPAC merger, valuing it at $40 billion
Grab, the food-delivery giant backed by SoftBank, plans to go public in the US via a SPAC merger with Altimeter Growth. It'd be listed on the Nasdaq.
Cruise lines can create a "protective bubble" aboard ships, Scott Gottlieb, former FDA commissioner and co-chair of the Healthy Sail Panel, told CNBC
Amazon drivers describe the paranoia of working under the watchful eyes of new truck cameras that monitor them constantly and fire off 'rage-inducing' alerts if they make a wrong move
With the cameras installed, "we have zero privacy and no margin for error," a California-based delivery driver told Insider.
Planes are designed with safety in mind. Here are eight safety features that you may not have noticed before. Next time you fly, try to spot them.
The launch of Carnival's new 5,200-guest cruise ship with a roller coaster onboard has been delayed again — see inside the Mardi Gras
Carnival's Mardi Gras ship can accommodate 5,200 guests and has eateries from celebrities like Guy Fieri, Shaquille O'Neal, and Emeril Lagasse.
The CEO of a Tesla-backed battery startup explains why he's mining for cheap lithium in North Carolina
Ahead of the next wave of EVs, competition in the battery supply chain is heating up as companies give automakers sustainable, low-cost options.
Uber reveals March bookings were the highest in company history as ride-hailing rebounds from the pandemic
The pandemic hit Uber hard, but March data from the company shows it is on the rebound, hitting booking and delivery records.
How an under-the-radar eVTOL startup convinced UPS its technology was ready to remake e-commerce logistics
UPS execs knew they wanted to invest in eVTOLs before meeting any aircraft companies. Beta won the contract based on technical and cultural fit.
Canadians are flocking to US border cities to take advantage of a travel loophole — and it's creating lucrative opportunities on both sides of the closed border
Lucrative niche industries including helicopter flights over the border and international car rides are booming in cities like Buffalo, New York.
America's first private terminal, The Private Suite at LAX, has its own TSA check, 12 luxury suites, and a fleet of BMWs that drive up to the planes.
Secretary Pete is busy selling Biden's jobs plan. His former advocacy group will sell Biden's larger agenda.
Transportation Secretary Pete Buttigieg's issue advocacy group is pivoting its mission to focus on five issues on which the former presidential candidate campaigned.
The hotel giant is now testing digital kiosks and a "grab-and-go marketplace" full of snacks, drinks, and complimentary breakfasts.
The party of big business has taken to policing corporate America's speech now, and that's not going to change anytime soon.
In The Drones 101 report, Business Insider Intelligence forecasts the future of the drone market and examines how high it will fly.
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The Korean battery firm that supplies Ford and Volkswagen has announced a deal that will save thousands of Georgia jobs
LG Chem and its major rival SK InnovationCo's deal solves a trade dispute that threatened a key plant and Ford and VW's electric vehicle plans.
4 top startups chasing the $23 billion battery recycling market —and solving a major problem for electric cars
As US incentives and major automakers push for more electric cars, the US will face a "mountain" of battery waste.
Luxury ships from the Royal Caribbean and Carnival Cruise lines sail to the rescue and evacuate islanders in the path of a volcano eruption
Saint Vincent's National Emergency Management Organisation has since tweeted that La Soufrière volcano has erupted.
7 years ago, Formula E became automakers' EV testing grounds. Here's how it's helping innovate road cars.
Formula E arrived in 2014 as the first mainstream electric racing series. Since then, it's gained big-name automakers and helped innovate road cars.
The $80,000-plus GMC Hummer EV SUV doesn't disappoint when it comes to interesting features and options.
Jetblue founder David Neeleman's new airline is recruiting pilots and 4,400 have already applied — here's what Breeze Airways looks for when hiring
Thousands of pilots are vying to get in on the ground floor of aviation's most-watched startup and help David Neeleman succeed with his fifth airline.
Review: The mid-tier Porsche 911 Turbo is a reminder that sometimes you can have more fun with cheaper toys
The Porsche 911 Turbo is the little brother to the more powerful Turbo S. It's cheaper than its sibling but just as quick and remarkable to drive.
Amtrak's $80 billion plan to connect the US is the latest step in a rail revolution but has a glaring omission: high-speed rail
Amtrak may be decades away from focusing on true high-speed rail as it plans to spend Biden's $80 billion on repairing its languishing network.
A private pilot has offered a free round trip to Austin to a family who were booted off a Southwest Airlines flight, after their toddler couldn't keep his mask on
Following the incident earlier this month, a Good Samaritan has stepped in to help the Harveys reach their intended destination at no extra cost.
Tesla has demanded a lot of patience from investors and fans. But Tesla has also reward loyalists and validated an electric-car market.
Video shows sailors fighting off a pod of killer whales with poles and flares after they break boat's rudder
Crew members of the Serena IV in the Strait of Gibraltar were shocked after a pod of killer whales broke their vessel's rudder.
Battery-powered electric planes could be the future of aviation. Pipistrel, Ampaire, Eviation, and MagniX are betting on zero-emissions air travel.
Most rally cars are made from tiny little compact cars, but can jump hundreds of feet. We explore how their design makes them capable of this.
Boeing said Friday it had recommended that 16 airlines ground their aircraft until it's fixed. The company released few other details about the issue.
The 1.7-mile-long Las Vegas Convention Center Loop is set to start accepting passengers by June.
Tesla tends to change its prices pretty regularly. Here's how much one of its electric cars will set you back today.
Tesla has raised the prices of its Model 3 Standard Range Plus, Model 3 Long Range AWD, and Model Y Long Range AWD by $500.
Meet the Waymo power players who will replace John Krafcik as the co-CEOs of Google's $30 billion self-driving unit
Waymo is replacing John Krafcik with COO Tekedra Mawakana and CTO Dmitri Dolgov, who will serve as co-CEOs.
The NLRB has paused counting until Friday morning, with votes against forming a union leading 1,100 to 463.
There appears to be a problem with some early Mustang Mach-E vehicles that cause the car to "brick" — that is, they are unable to start.
Tesla's CFO is the latest tech executive to buy a home in Texas — see his $3.29 million lakefront Austin home
The Tesla executive's $3 million home purchase is the latest in a line of high-profile tech moves into the city.
SES, Princess Cruises' "connectivity partner," will be launching new satellite constellations later this year.
America's newest airline is launching in April with a focus on leisure routes and fares as low as $19: Meet Avelo Airlines
Avelo's launch comes as more Americans are willing to take to the skies for leisure travel. And the airline's low fares are giving them a reason to.
United debuted tools during a devastating winter storm that it says have already saved thousands of flyers from cancellations
United is testing programs to hold flights for customers whose connections are delayed, and even warning flyers if public transit to the airport is disrupted.
DeSantis said the decision was made on behalf of state residents who depend on an "open cruise industry,"
Elon Musk's automaker complained that the lengthy process stifles clean-energy investments in Germany, Bloomberg reported Thursday.
I flew on JetBlue for the first time since it began filling planes to capacity and found it's still doing more than most to keep flyers safe
JetBlue abandoned blocking middle seats and back-to-front boarding but still maintains an impressive arsenal of pandemic health and safety features.
Cars in Tunisia are among the priciest in the world, with used cars costing almost twice the market value. One company is trying to change that.
A day in the life of Hyundai VP Olabisi Boyle, who wakes up at 5 a.m., test-drives cars on her commute, and works out between meetings
Boyle says she makes her bed every morning and hosts weekly "mentorship" meetings with aspiring STEM leaders.
Amazon logistics salaries revealed: Here's what workers bulking out Amazon's supply chain make, from entry-level analysts to senior management
Amazon's senior logistics managers can make more than $180,000 per year in base salary. Transportation analysts start at $61,000.
The guy driving the Suez Canal excavator says he got by on 3 hours of sleep a night and hasn't been paid his overtime yet
The man who helped dig the Ever Given container ship out — as the world shared memes of his excavator — says he did not get the recognition he wanted.
Tesla refunded customers who were overcharged up to $71,000 on new cars and gave them $200 to spend at its online store
Customers were left with bills of up to $142,000 after the double charges. Tesla apologized in emails shared with CNBC and repaid the money.
A fire started on MPV Everest in the Antarctic Ocean while it was on its journey back to Australia. No injuries were reported.
"This is likely a temporary situation ... which means that over time earnings will come back to pre-Covid levels," Uber said in a blog post Wednesday.