THE AI IN TRANSPORTATION REPORT: How automakers can use artificial intelligence to cut costs, open new revenue streams, and adapt to the digital age
Business Insider Intelligence discusses the forces driving transportation firms to AI, the market value of its technologies, and barriers to adoption.
Here's why transportation leaders including Daimler and Volkswagen are pouring billions into R&D for electric trucks
Business Insider Intelligence will size the e-truck market and identify the core drivers that will lead to e-truck adoption.
Tesla's setting up for a strong 2020 that could send the stock to an all time high, according to Jefferies
Jefferies raised its Tesla price target to $400 from $300 and reaffirmed its "buy" rating, reflecting higher earnings and an improved balance sheet.
The 38 jets, all bought from foreign airlines, have incomplete maintenance records, making it impossible to tell whether they meet safety standards.
Buying a private plane can cost anywhere from $3 million to upwards of $90 million. That's just the beginning of the costs of private jet ownership.
A pilot and Instagram influencer with nearly half a million followers reveals 7 secrets most people don't know about the job
Maria Fagerström, a pilot and Instagram influencer, shared some things passengers don't usually know about the job.
Boeing expects to resume delivering 737 Max jets to airlines in December, before the jet carries passengers again
The company said it had completed simulator test flights with the Federal Aviation Administration to certify software fixes to the plane.
Called the Excursionist Perk, this United Airlines benefit adds an extra flight for next to nothing when you book an international trip.
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 ousted chief executive appears to be actively raising money for his next act — delivery-only restaurants — as Uber's post-IPO lockup period ends.
The new Chevy Corvette is going up against the world's greatest — and far more expensive — supercars. Here's a a look at the competition.
The eighth-generation Chevy Corvette debuted with a much-anticipated new design, and it cost hundreds of thousands less than similar supercars.
Costco's car rental program allows members to reserve vehicles from participating Alamo, Avis, Budget, and Enterprise locations.
No one was hurt when the plane, which had just landed from Greensboro, North Carolina, slid off the runway in icy conditions.
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A lawyer who represents cruise-ship workers reveals why it's nearly impossible for them to sue their employers when they feel like they've been mistreated
Cruise lines include arbitration requirements in their contracts with employees, making it very difficult for workers to sue them.
Alibaba invested $3 billion in logistics affiliate Cainiao in a move to strengthen its logistics operations – bringing its stake from 51% to 63%.
This autonomous trucking startup out of MIT wants computers to think like human drivers, and it just became the first self-driving truck investment for Founders Fund
The startup wants to give computers "common sense," a new approach to the red hot self-driving industry. It raised $15 million from Founders Fund.
SpaceX just took the next step in Elon Musk's plan to give the entire world access to high-speed internet
SpaceX has launched 60 mini satellites, the second batch of an orbiting network meant to provide global internet coverage.
Torque and horsepower are both ways of understanding force where torque measures a twisting force and horsepower measures that force over time.
Airlines are flying tons of unneeded fuel around the world to save as little as $52 by not filling up in countries with higher prices
The practice, called fuel tankering, gives airlines an often tiny saving at the cost of much-larger carbon emissions, BBC's 'Panorama' said.
A $20 million 3-deck superyacht made in Dubai won best in show at the world's biggest in-water boat event. Here's a look inside.
The Majesty 140 was less than half the size of the largest megayacht featured at the Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show in early November.
The Porsche 911 coupe tops the list, losing only 37.2% of its value over five years, but the others might surprise you.
I sat in every type of seat on Qantas' new world's longest flight from New York to Sydney, Australia. Here's what they were like.
We sat in business class, premium economy, and coach to test all of the seats on Qantas' Boeing 787-9 Dreamliner. Here's what each seat is like.
Elon Musk is worth $26 billion and extremely online. Here are all the bizarre spats the the Tesla CEO is caught up in thanks to his Twitter habit.
Musk has got into spats and even long-running feuds with an eclectic bunch of people, often over his preferred medium of Twitter.
I had heard horror stories of Amtrak delays before, so when I booked a cross-country trip the $17 seemed like a worthwhile investment.
After Tesla posted a surprise 3rd-quarter profit, short-sellers found themselves burned as the stock surged past $300.
SoftBank-backed startup Fair burned through nearly $400 million in 10 months. Insiders reveal how Softbank stepped in and cleaned house in the wake of WeWork.
SoftBank stepped in to manage the company in recent weeks, laying off hundreds of employees and installing new leadership.
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.
US airlines are pulling the 737 Max from their schedules until March, suggesting they're losing faith in Boeing's plans to get the plane flying in 2019
American and Southwest said they would pull the Boeing 737 Max from their schedules until at least the first week of March 2020.
Southwest is pulling the 737 Max from its schedule for another month as questions mount about whether Boeing can get the plane ungrounded this year
Southwest is pulling the Boeing 737 Max from its schedules through March 6, amid doubts that Boeing can get the plane flying before 2020.
THE AUTOMAKER TRANSFORMATION REPORT: Inside automakers' scramble to keep Uber and Lyft from snatching billions from their pockets
Business Insider Intelligence examines how ride-hailing has disrupted the global auto industry, and how automakers can generate revenue from them.
The Tesla CEO published a note earlier in the day pushing back on claims in a letter that Greenlight Capital CEO David Einhorn sent to investors.
The DreamCase includes a mattress, pillows, and duvet, all of which can be fully set up in under 3 minutes.
Mercedes-Benz and Mattel have joined forces to combat gender stereotypes — and to give away 50,000 classic Matchbox cars
The companies, in collaboration with several other partners, have commenced a "No Limits" program, which began on Friday.
The decision to redesign the 737 Max's flight computer came after pilots, testing a software fix in a flight simulator, experienced a near crash.
Former Uber CEO Travis Kalanick has reportedly raised $400 million from Saudi Arabia for a new startup. Here’s how he spends his $3.2 billion fortune, from a $36.4 million penthouse to a year-long trip around the world.
Formerly the CEO of Uber, Travis Kalanick has no clear ventures into philanthropy. Here's how he spends his $3.2 billion fortune.
Electric vehicles are a tiny piece of the global car market, but Volkswagen is making a huge bet on them. It doesn’t have a choice.
By 2023, Volkswagen says it will invest over $30 billion in EVs, a sum roughly equal to the company's combined profits from 2015 through 2018.
The world's biggest cruise ship has robot bartenders, a water slide with a 92-foot drop, and a nine-story zip-line — here's what it looks like
Royal Caribbean's 228,081-ton Symphony of the Seas is the world's largest cruise ship. It debuted in 2018.
For both Porsche and Tesla, selling expensive electric cars in a small market is a winning strategy.
With Nürburgring throw downs and 'Top Gear' drag-race disputes versus Porsche's Taycan, Tesla is squandering its cool
Nürburgring times were more than a tad dorky before Tesla starting making noise about taking on Porsche and its new Taycan.
Rolls-Royce has given the Cullinan the Black Badge trim, joining three other Rolls-Royce models that offer the same option.
The railroad says it's on pace to break even by 2021, even in the face of budget cuts from Congress.
Mobileye and Chinese electric vehicle manufacturer Nio announced a partnership to bring a self-driving solution to the Chinese market by 2022.
This $12 million 'mansion yacht' is made entirely of stainless steel — and it's a first for the industry. Take a peek inside.
The towering yacht was one of the most buzzed-about vessels at the 60th annual Fort Lauderdale International Boat Show.
Fares and routes are no longer regulated by the government, so fierce competition has led airlines to generate new revenue streams, which inflates the base fare.
The robots are just being trialed at Yandex HQ, but the company's hope is to integrate them into its food-delivery platforms.
A Southwest flight was forced to make an emergency landing after a pot of coffee caught fire and filled the cabin with smoke
After emergency services boarded the plane they found that the smoke was caused by a coffee pot that had caught on fire the galley of the plane.
Einhorn is German for unicorn.
In a new report, BI Intelligence takes an in-depth look at the most expansive self-driving-car tests taking place in the US, and offers insights on the leaders.