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Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in July for the 31st consecutive month,...
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The International Agency for Research on Cancer is expected to issue its report in October after beginning efforts to identify the connection between red and processed meats and cancer last year.
Bob Barr of Acquity Group reviews the three dimensions e-marketplaces bring to industrial distribution online, outlining key questions businesses should ask themselves about their own value proposition.
The decision to stop stocking Kraft's former headquarters near Chicago with free cheese sticks and servings of Jell-O is among the slew of changes made by the new Kraft Heinz Co. in an attempt to reduce annual spending.
General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Nissan, and Toyota combined for more than 75 percent of the U.S. auto market share in June.
There have been 10 consumer complaints to date about the packaging, including three reports of consumers choking.
The EPA has responded to critics of the carbon rule by making several changes – most notably – allowing more time for states to file their implementation plans, but the ERCC explains that the deadlines are still unrealistic.
Engineering wages fell by 0.1 percent, compared to the national 12-month percentage change in the United States of 0.3 percent.
The Institute of Purchasing Managers' manufacturing index slipped to 52.7 last month from 53.5 in June. Economists had expected the index to remain unchanged.
The Chinese government has cut interest rates four times since November and launched mini-stimulus efforts to shore up economic growth that slowed to 7 percent in the first quarter.
The Internet of Things will change the way we all work and live, and business organizations, especially manufacturers, are looking at ways to ride this wave into the future.
At present, China’s Tianhe-2 holds the title of the world’s most powerful computer.
With oil prices down around 50 percent from last year, major oil companies are cutting back, offsetting the good news of savings for consumers and businesses.
The center will enable customers to create designs of metal components, aiming to be a catalyst for the 3D production of parts without the limitations of traditional manufacturing.
That's a far cry from the company's goal of getting Windows 10 onto a billion devices within three years.
Although Congress eventually stipulated that curbing currency manipulation should be a priority for U.S. negotiators as talks progressed, the TPP is not required by lawmakers to include language prohibiting the practice.
The FAA began to consider exemptions for low-risk commercial Unmanned Vehicle Systems (UAS) in May of 2014, and since then has approved more than 800 petitions out of more than 2,200 requests.
Installing new state-of-the-art production lines in Illinois would have resulted in about 300 lost jobs; the decision in favor of Salinas will likely double that total.
Musk called the incentive platform a sort of “guerilla tactic against car dealers in certain states,” alluding, no doubt, to the ongoing feud with the state of Texas.
Women are underrepresented in almost every manufacturing-related field, despite the fact that they earn over half the advanced degrees in the U.S.
The $350 billion long-term bill was approved Thursday on a 65-34 vote with bipartisan support. It would make changes to highway, transit, railroad, and auto safety programs.