Sales of defence firm's Black Hawk military helicopter have fallen about 20 per cent year-over-year
New ratings will include high speed, rapid acceleration and braking testing for passenger vehicles
HYPER technology converts exhaust heat from trucks into power source for on-board HVAC systems
The Japanese electronics manufacturer's other brands, including Bravia and Vaio, haven't held their competitive edge.
Service between Buckley Bay and Denman Island north of Nanaimo to be operational by May 2015
It has surpassed Japan as the second largest exporter, expects to pass Canada in 2015.
Truck maker received 8,000 U.S. dealer orders for EcoDiesel-powered Ram 1500 in just three days
Montreal-based aerospace firm did not provide target date for first test flight of all new business jet
Daimler is following in the tire tracks of DriveNow, a joint venture between its rival BMW and car rental firm SIXT.
Electric car maker expects to ship more than 35,000 Model S sedans in 2014, a 55% jump from 2013.
A judge ripped up a state law that could have been used to force landowners to allow the pipeline on their property.
Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada loan will go toward BioAmber's construction of succinic acid plant
The 6-square-mile ``mega site'' ideally is suited for a new auto assembly plant.
How to move up in the generic Google rankings.
Leak more toxic than previous Fukushima Dai-ichi incidents; TEPCO says it's contained.
Obama and allies leverage the 20-year-old deal to sell benefits of Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Higher revenues at $7.35 billion give the US aerospace company the edge.
There are no firm commitments to build terminals, so no revenues by 2017.
Aerospace giant and Lockheed rival wants to sell Canada its updated Super Hornet.
Sulvaris Inc. said it received regulatory approval to build vitasul production plant near Strachan, Alta.