GM is putting $1 billion of that into its Wentzville truck plant in Missouri for upgrades and $500 million to retool its suppliers' factories, according to GM.
Here's a rundown of what critics have said of "Jumanji: The Next Level" ahead of its opening.
General Motors' Cadillac brand expects a majority, if not all, of its vehicles sold globally to be all-electric vehicles by 2030, according to a company executive.
The 2019 labor negotiations with the UAW and automakers had "more drama" than ever, marked by a strike, corruption and litigation.
Dickson's comment to CNBC upends Boeing's guidance that regulators would reapprove the plane this year.
Private equity investors are lobbying against the drug bill, telling Pelosi's staff the plan would dry up financing for small biotech firms.
Warner Bros. and the Atlanta Journal-Constitution are trading barbs over how journalist Kathy Scruggs is portrayed in Clint Eastwood's film "Richard Jewell."
China's Communist Party has ordered all state offices to remove foreign hardware and software within three years, the Financial Times reports.
Disney does not consider "The Lion King" film to be an animated feature. The company, instead, classifies it as live action, although all but one shot from the film was rendered digitally.
Coca-Cola CEO James Quincey said that the beverage giant waited too long to make a sparkling water brand.
Christopher Steele met President Trump's daughter Ivanka at a dinner in 2007 and remained in touch for some time thereafter, according to an ABC News report.
Lockheed Martin is the top-grossing defense firm in the world with $37 billion coming directly from the United States government, according to the company's 2018 annual report. It eclipses its closest competitors by nearly $20 billion. Here's why Lockheed Martin gets billions from American taxpayers each year.