Delta Air Lines refuses to use the name of the delta COVID-19 variant: 'We just call it the variant'
Delta Air Lines isn't completely on board with the World Health Organization's plan to name COVID-19 variants after letters of the Greek alphabet.
Tesla's forthcoming truck "looks like it was made by aliens from the future," Musk admitted when someone compared it to a one-off Hot Wheels toy.
Low-cost airlines are coming back to the US this summer and offering Americans cheaper access to a newly reopened Europe
Americans are finally getting back to Europe but have fewer options than they did in years past as transatlantic airlines have been steadily disappearing.
The $140,000 high-performance version of the E-Tron GT blasts to 60 mph quicker than Audi's V10-powered sports car.
Lyft is bringing back its cheapest rides before Uber as the companies compete to entice drivers and finally turn a profit
Lyft is bringing back shared rides, but sources say UberPool may never return in full form, since the company lost up to $1 billion per year on it.
General Motors has warned owners of 51,000 previously recalled Chevrolet Bolt EVs that they might still pose a fire risk
The automaker is advising that the vehicles again be parked outdoors "out of an abundance of caution."
A Delta pilot is reportedly suing the airline for $1 billion, accusing it of stealing the idea for an app he developed
The pilot said in the lawsuit that he spent $100,000 on the app but that Delta rejected his pitch and launched a similar app, according to Bloomberg.
GoPuff poached longtime Uber exec John Feldman, the latest sign that the convenience delivery startup is getting serious about international expansion.
From swerving into a median to narrowly missing poles, videos of Tesla's latest Full Self-Driving update don't inspire much confidence
Videos show some improvements, but lots of dangerous glitches for a software called "full self-driving."
Richard Branson hits back at critics of the billionaire space race, saying he's giving jobs to scientists to create 'wonderful things'
The billionaire Virgin Galactic founder says pressing issues on Earth should be absolutely funded, but so should space.
Fort Lauderdale asked Elon Musk to build a commuter train tunnel. So how did it end up considering a $30 million beach tunnel for Teslas instead?
Emails obtained by Insider show the deepening relationship between Elon Musk's The Boring Company and Fort Lauderdale, Florida leading up to a crucial vote.
The CEO of a freight-booking company explains the reason behind shipping delays: 'It's simple, Americans are buying more stuff'
The demand for imported goods is so high that shipping companies are racing to build more boats, a construction process that could take several years.
Meet 14 logistics execs who left Amazon to launch startups and lead competitors like Walmart, Target, and Chewy
These execs are spreading some of the wisdom gained by helming one of the world's most envied and feared e-commerce logistics operations.
Rivian-rival Lucid's CEO thinks the EV industry is due for a brutal shakeout because startups are missing one key ingredient
"95% of startups are going to fail because they don't recognize how tough it is to do this," Lucid CEO Peter Rawlinson said of the EV industry.
Former Nissan chief Carlos Ghosn described fleeing Japan in a box as the 'longest wait I've ever experienced in my life'
In a BBC interview, Ghosn spoke for the first time about his daring 2019 escape from house arrest in Japan to Lebanon.
Used-car prices are finally starting to fall from their pandemic peaks, but deals are still far away
A used-car shortage has pushed prices to record highs. But prices will drop in coming months, experts say.
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Cruise giant Norwegian sues Florida's top surgeon over the state's vaccine passport ban. The ban stops it protecting customers from COVID-19, it said.
Florida's vaccine-passport ban stopped Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings from protecting staff and customers, it said.
Elon Musk says Tesla can't make enough Powerwall storage batteries to meet demand because of the chip shortage
Musk said demand for Tesla's Powerwall storage battery was 80,000 units — but that "at best" Tesla could deliver 35,000. He blamed the chip shortage.
Amazon's Prime Air drone delivery team has had higher turnover than the rest of the company as launch delays and internal tensions roil the division
The turnover rate was 20% last year, a higher figure than Amazon Robotics' 16% and the 14% rate seen across the broader retail operations unit.
Read Elon Musk's wildest remarks in court, as he says Tesla would die without him and that naming himself 'technoking' drove sales
Things got heated between Musk and the attorney for the shareholders suing him. "I do not respect you," Musk said.
Carnival is now making it more expensive for unvaccinated guests to take Florida cruises after Royal Caribbean did the same
Starting July 31, unvaccinated guests who don't show proof of travel insurance won't be allowed on Carnival's cruises and won't receive a refund.
Even though prices went up by 10.5% from May to June, the highest increase since tracking began in 1953, experts say signs point to lower prices soon.
A woman says a flight attendant yelled at her and told her she'd been put on a no-fly list for throwing her baby daughter's dirty diaper in a garbage bin
The passenger said a Mesa Airlines flight attendant called the dirty diaper a "biohazard" and asked her to retrieve it from the garbage bin.
The SoftBank-backed startup that gobbles up Amazon Marketplace sellers is launching its own logistics network — and it reveals a weakness of Amazon's fulfillment service
A warehouse network will help Perch better deal with Amazon's finicky fulfillment service, Fulfillment by Amazon.
Elon Musk said getting the Tesla Model 3 to market meant that the company needed "all hands on deck," so its solar division was deprived of resources.
Boeing 787 Dreamliners have a new manufacturing problem, the FAA says — this time in the jets' noses
The manufacturing problem is near the Boeing 787 Dreamliners' noses and will have to be fixed before the planes are delivered, the FAA said.
Elon Musk said his weird jokes, like naming himself 'Technoking,' get Tesla free press. 'I think I'm funny.'
Elon Musk said in court that his "Technoking" title got "a whole bunch of free press and Tesla doesn't advertise and it's helpful to general sales."
All 162 guests and the majority of the 62 crew members aboard the American Constellation were vaccinated against COVID-19.
Stephen Colbert hosted Virgin Galactic's livestream of its first fully crewed spaceflight on Sunday. In return, Colbert's picture hitched a ride.
Elon Musk was questioned in court about his reported firing of his employees, and said he merely gives feedback that could be construed as "derision."
This university professor works remotely from a 500-square-foot sailboat he shares with his 2 sons. See how he does it.
Christopher Bergeron works remotely from a boat off Portland, Maine. See how he does it in the 500-square-foot space he shares with his two sons.
Richard Branson beat Jeff Bezos to the edge of space. Here's how Virgin Galactic's plans stack up to Blue Origin and SpaceX.
Musk dreams of a Mars colony, while Bezos envisions a moon base. Branson's Virgin Galactic may make transcontinental flights lightning-fast.
Autonomous cars have not arrived as quickly as predicted, but autonomous semis and delivery robots are gaining steam.
The auto market has seemingly been turned upside down. A five-year-old car, for instance, will now run you more than $24,000 on average.
Tesla finally updated its full self-driving software — but warned the tech might 'do the wrong thing at the worst time.' Elon Musk told drivers to be 'paranoid.'
Tesla CEO Elon Musk the full self-driving software update "addresses most known issues," but urged drivers to "please be paranoid."
Elon Musk showed up in Richard Branson's kitchen at 3 a.m. to wish him luck flying to the edge of space
The SpaceX founder visited Virgin Galactic's New Mexico launch facilities to watch Branson climb aboard a rocket plane and scream toward space.
The SpaceShipTwo space plane had never carried more than one passenger to the edge of space before. It could start flying customers next year.
The VSS Unity space plane is set to carry its first full crew to the edge of space on Sunday. The launch is now set for 10:30 am ET. Virgin Galactic is livestreaming the whole thing.
A man who sued Delta, JetBlue, Southwest, and 4 other airlines over the face mask mandate has taken his case to the Supreme Court
Lucas Wall says the federal mask mandate is discriminatory. Lawyers say his chances of success with the Supreme Court are slim — but not zero.
I went on JetBlue's newest aircraft, the Airbus A321neoLR, that's taking flyers to Europe next month and now I'm ready to book a ticket
JetBlue is making its European debut in August and powering the flights will be a brand-new plane offering an impressive number of premium seats.
A Virginia courier company is trying to poach Amazon drivers who stop for coffee at gas stations. It blames the labor shortage
American Dedicated Logistics managers are spending 60% of their time trying to poach drivers at malls and truck stops, to plug a staff shortage.
Flight attendants describe how passengers have hurled rage at them in the air, and some say it's become an 'emotionally abusive' environment
Flight attendants said they have been called expletives and told to "watch their back" when reminding people to wear masks onboard.
I used an obscure credit card perk to pay for $127 worth of travel expenses when American Airlines canceled 2 of my flights — see how
I was delayed by 12 hours and didn't have to pay a dime thanks to a credit card perk I hoped I would never have to use.
The space race between Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson isn't about saving Earth — it's a PR stunt by billionaires trying to pretend they care about the rest of us
Jeff Bezos and Richard Branson say they're committed to combatting climate change, but they're still involved in carbon-heavy businesses.
The National Transportation Safety Board has released the first images of a cargo plane that ditched in the ocean near Honolulu, Hawaii, on July 2.
See inside the tiny hidden bedrooms above economy where flight attendants sleep on an Airbus A350-900XWB jet
Flight attendants on long-haul flights will often disappear for a few hours to a secret compartment with a hidden entrance when taking their breaks.
An aviation firm is giving travelers a taste of the high life by offering private-jet flights for as low as $450. Meet Set Jet.
An hour flight on the smallest private jet can cost thousands, but Set Jet is opening the glitzy realm of private flying for a fraction of the cost.
TikTok video shows woman on American Airlines plane duct-taped to her seat. The airline says she tried to open the door midflight.
The woman was restrained with duct tape around her chest and mouth. The airline said she attacked attendants on a flight to Charlotte, North Carolina.
In The Drones 101 report, Business Insider Intelligence forecasts the future of the drone market and examines how high it will fly.
How top battery startup Enevate plans to cash in on Biden's $10 million plan to crack fast charging for electric cars
Where other startups are foregoing public funds, Panasonic-funded Enevate hopes federal dollars can help it deliver.