Word spread quickly through cellphone messages and shouts between co-workers that Ford Motor Co. had canceled its new US$1.6 billion car plant at its sprawling 700-acre high desert site in north-central Mexico.
Apple penalized CEO Tim Cook for the iPhone maker's first sales slump in 15 years with a 15 percent pay cut.
CES, the world's largest tech convention, is expected to see a huge shift this year.
The top executive of number three smartphone maker Huawei on Wednesday laid out an ambitious agenda for the U.S. and global markets, brushing aside political issues that have hampered the Chinese group.
Renault-Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn told a tech gathering Thursday the automaker is committed to self-driving cars, as he unveiled a series of initiatives to advance the technology.
Chinese internet colossus Baidu is out to make a splash with "Little Fish," a family robot that is a voice-controlled virtual valet akin to Amazon Echo or Google Home.
Tens of thousands of drivers for ride-hailing companies Uber and Lyft will begin undergoing what Massachusetts officials are calling the most stringent background checks for the industry in the United States.
Samsung Electronics Co. said Friday that its profits in the last quarter of 2016 surged 50 percent to the highest level in more than three years, despite the Galaxy Note 7 fiasco.
Hyundai's Ioniq draws little attention as it maneuvers the streets of Las Vegas.
Ford Motor Co.'s cancellation of plans to build a US$1.6 billion auto manufacturing plant in San Luis Potosi has sounded alarms across Mexico.