BMW updated its 5 Series sedan with a new look and a mild hybrid system that'll shut off the car while cruising to save gas
The BMW 5 Series is currently in its seventh generation and it has more tech on board than ever, including a mild hybrid system on some models.
How Dave Clark, the mastermind behind Amazon's coronavirus response, became one of the most powerful executives in America
You might not have heard of Dave Clark. But his wide-ranging responsibilities at Amazon make him one of the most influential people in corporate America.
A highway patrol cruiser parked alongside an injured protester, only to have its rear windshield shattered.
BIG TECH IN TRANSPORTATION: Strategies legacy players can deploy to limit the threat to their market position
This report examines the moves that Alphabet, Apple, and Amazon are making to gain a larger foothold in the transportation industry.
The US Army soldier who hit the suspected gunman was initially just "waiting in traffic" behind the shooting.
Boeing said it had resumed construction of the 737 Max at its Renton, Washington, plant, just hours after announcing layoffs.
A car-rental company previously owned by Hertz just filed for bankruptcy for the third time since 2008
The intertwined stories of Hertz and Advantage reveal how dozens of financial and strategic blunders sank both firms into massive debt.
SpaceX's launch of NASA astronauts was scrubbed and rescheduled for Saturday because of poor weather, just 17 minutes before liftoff
Stormy weather can endanger the Crew Dragon spacecraft and the astronauts on board. Forecasts previously showed a 50% chance of unsafe conditions.
Elizabeth Warren accuses airlines and the Treasury Department of violating bailout terms as major airlines cut workers' take-home pay
Sen. Elizabeth Warren asked Treasury Sec. Steven Mnuchin why airlines were being permitted to cut work hours despite terms in the bailout package.
SpaceX is about to launch NASA astronauts to the International Space Station on its Crew Dragon spaceship. Here's what to expect.
Wednesday's SpaceX launch is set to send the company's first-ever passengers into space: NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley.
Amazon's reported interest in buying the self-driving car startup Zoox would help the retail giant tighten its grip on its delivery network, an industry expert says
Using autonomous vehicles to make deliveries would save Amazon money and simplify its supply chain, said Cambridge Capital founder Benjamin Gordon.
The Tesla Model X SUV and Model S sedan are $5,000 cheaper, while the Model 3 got a $2,000 cut. The move comes as COVID-19 tanks overall car sales.
Elon Musk told NASA astronauts' kids ahead of the SpaceX launch, 'We've done everything we can to make sure your dads come back OK'
NASA has estimated a 1-in-276 chance that the astronauts on the SpaceX rocket could die during the company's first crewed mission.
The forthcoming Tesla Cybertruck will stay the same size as originally planned, but CEO Elon Musk says he also wants a "smaller, tight world truck at some point."
A North Carolina construction magnate spent 50 years collecting some of the most iconic muscle cars ever made, and now they're headed to auction — see the full collection
Eddie Vannoy spent the last 50 years building his collection of more than 80 iconic cars. Now, he's ready for someone else to enjoy them.
The Dodge Grand Caravan tops the list of the most-unsold car with 66.3% of its inventory still in stock.
Each of Tesla's cars has its own, unique, high-performance personality. I've driven them all, and here's how they stack up.
My favorite remains the Roadster — but the Model 3 is a close second. I've driven them all and have some thoughts about how they stack up.
Volkswagen isn't using a fully direct sales model as it will involve the dealership, but it should eliminate the guesswork when buying a car.
Cruise companies like Royal Caribbean and Carnival are changing their cancellation, rebooking, and refunding policies amid the coronavirus pandemic.
7 charts that show the silver linings of an otherwise horrible pandemic, from people saving more to the cleanest air in decades
From cheaper cars and houses to cleaner air and better financial decisions, there are some glimmers of hope amid the gloom.
Ford worked with Ohio State and police departments to develop the tech. Ford has a longstanding relationship with law enforcement.
The company described the layoffs as "the first," with more expected later in the year.
You're probably not using Google Maps to its full potential. Did you know it can keep track of where you parked?
Bankrupt Hertz just told all its landlords it won't pay rent for 6 months in the latest slam to commercial real estate
The notice came several days before Hertz, saddled with a debt of $19 billion, declared bankruptcy on May 22.
Elon Musk's rocket company is close to making history for itself and NASA, but weather forecasters gave the planned launch attempt a 50-50 chance.
The Indy 500 is the most famous and grueling race in motorsports. We talked to the winner of 2016's race Alex Rossi who took us through each turn.
Airbus just opened its A220 factory in Alabama that was originally intended to help avoid US tariffs on the plane, and JetBlue will be the first customer
The plant, initially intended to help Airbus and Bombardier avoid a near-300% tariff on the controversial jet, will now build A220s for US airlines.
Teslas and other electric cars get so much attention that hybrids are often underrated. See the best ones we've driven from Toyota, Lexus, Honda, Range Rover, and BMW.
I currently own two Toyota hybrids and have been very satisfied with their combination of value, performance, reliability, and fuel-economy.
Warren Buffett dumped the 'big 4' airline stocks in April. They've already recovered from the sell-off he sparked.
American, Delta, Southwest, and United soared more than 12% on Tuesday, and surged more than 7% in pre-market trading on Wednesday.
Amazon is reportedly in talks to buy secretive self-driving car company Zoox for less than $3.2 billion
Zoox hinted it's had interest from multiple buyers.
The $20 billion self-driving startup Cruise is adding to its leadership team even as autonomous-vehicle companies are hitting the brakes during the pandemic
Regina Dugan, a veteran of DARPA, Google, and Facebook will be Cruise's first independent director on the company's board.
NASA's chief brought back a famous old 'worm' logo for SpaceX to use during its historic first launch of astronauts
NASA Administrator Jim Bridenstine said the matter was "personal" for him because he grew up with the worm-style logo.
The Swincar e-Spider is an all-terrain electric vehicle designed to keep the driver upright over the toughest terrain.
In one instance, Seattle police returned a stolen car to its owner who hadn't even noticed it was missing.
NASA astronauts Bob Behnken and Doug Hurley are slated to fly SpaceX's Crew Dragon spaceship this week. Here's how they've prepared.
The Crew Dragon is expected to launch a new era of US spaceflight for NASA. It's slated to carry astronauts for the first time this week.
This company will chop the roof off your Tesla Model 3 and make it a power-folding convertible for $39,500 — here's how it's done
An aftermarket company called Newport Convertible Engineering offers Tesla Model 3 convertible conversions, but they aren't cheap.
A private jet charter company launched a 'Flightpooling' program after seeing a surge in requests for last-minute emergency flights
Born from COVID-19-related inquiries, Flightpooling lets people flying the same routes book a private air charter at lower rates.
Hertz doubled down on sedans when Americans demanded SUVs, and a new report reveals how that helped bankrupt the 102-year-old giant
It's no secret that Americans have demanded bigger and bigger cars over the past decade. But bankrupt Hertz was not offering enough of them.
This $67,511 pop-top camper van built in a 2020 Mercedes-Benz minivan has two separate beds — see inside the 'Backroad'
Caravan Outfitters calls the Backroad the "perfect blend between an everyday driver and a camper van."
The more than 20 identical yellow 2019 Corvettes bankrupt Hertz was selling at a steep discount are already gone
The 2019 Z06s that were listed in mid-May at bargain prices are no longer listed for sale on the bankrupt car rental company's website.
Read the pitch deck that Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before the company became the $120 billion giant it is today
Here's the the pitch deck Uber founder Garrett Camp created for the ride-hailing giant back in 2008 – before it became a $120 billion company.
Cruise-obsessed vacationers are desperate to set sail, even after high-profile coronavirus outbreaks on ships. We spoke with 18 cruisers about why they can't wait to cast off.
Business Insider spoke with 18 frequent cruise passengers about the coronavirus pandemic, ship sanitation, and why they love cruising.
'Nobody's making money in this business': Uber's CEO defends a possible GrubHub merger amid criticism of the reported merger talks
Khosrowshahi wouldn't confirm any details of the discussions, but told Recode that consolidation in the space isn't necessarily a bad thing.
REVIEW: The Kia Seltos is a $29,000 SUV that looks and feels too fancy for its own price tag — until you start noticing the details
The 2021 Kia Seltos looks great, and is enjoyable to drive. But details matter, including its glossy black interior that gets gunked up quickly.
USAA and GEICO tend to offer the best cheap car insurance in Colorado, according to Consumer Reports data. But, shopping around is still essential.
The railroad, operating at about 5% of its usual capacity, said it may have to cut routes if urgent financial help from Congress isn't passed quickly.
Hertz's top executives just got a massive payday to keep them on staff. There's no word yet on how workers outside its headquarters might fare.
"There was a libertarian streak among resistors," Ralph Nader told Business Insider.
Elon Musk and Grimes have had their first child together, and the world is still confused by the baby's name.
Lufthansa will get a $10 billion German bailout as the airline loses $1 million per hour due to the pandemic. Take a look at the history of the iconic European airline.
Large intercontinental carriers like Lufthansa have felt the strain of the pandemic as travelers are choosing to stay home rather than risk flying.