He thinks his ride-share company, Bloomington-based Nomad Rides, has a unique business model that can carve out market share from goliaths Uber and Lyft.
Ford says that water and contaminants can get into the engine block heater cable and cause corrosion. That can cause electrical shorts and possible fires.
Although Jim Hallett runs a business that sold 5.5 million used vehicles in 120 countries last year, he also knows firsthand what life is like without a car.
The settlement was reached two days after the SEC sued the billionaire over his tweeted claims to have had the funding and investor support to buy out stockholders at $420 a share.
Downtown community groups and neighbors fought the state’s original plan that called for road widening, saying the interstates would encroach even farther into residential areas.
Peter Henning, a law professor and a former SEC lawyer, said it's the first fraud case involving use of social media by the CEO of a public company.
In an overnight interview on the “The Joe Rogan Experience,” which appears on YouTube, Tesla CEO Elon Musk inhales from what the host says is a combined marijuana-tobacco joint and takes a sip of whiskey.
There is growing concern among autonomous-vehicle backers that artificial intelligence capable of real-world driving is further away than many predicted just a few years ago.
Cars and trucks with electronic driver assist systems may not see stopped vehicles and could even steer you into a crash if you’re not paying attention, an insurance industry group warns.
Downtown commuters who expected the busy intersection of Ohio and Pennsylvania streets to be open by Monday morning aren’t likely to be happy.
The French capital on Thursday canceled its contract with Bollore after the company predicted losses totaling $348 million over the next five years and asked for taxpayers to pick up much of the cost.
Paris Mayor Anne Hidalgo is considering early termination of the firm’s contract with the city, amid widening losses and criticism that the vehicles are poorly maintained and dirty.
The companies will collaborate based on GM’s next-generation battery system, both sides said, mainly for the North American market.
INDOT says it hasn’t chosen a course of action yet, but the study strongly indicates some of the options proposed by opponents of its original plans are not feasible.
Carvana got the green light to buy the land in the Mount Comfort area from struggling trucking company Celadon Group Inc., which last year abandoned plans to build a new headquarters there.
A British company is planning to build what it calls the fastest street-legal cars in the United States at Purdue University's research and business district.
The cofounder and chairman of Fort Wayne-based Steel Dynamics Inc. is planning to sell his 16-car collection in one package.
City leaders will collaborate with officials from 21 other major municipalities to share best practices with a focus on creating transportation hubs and reshaping the use of right-of-way and curb space.