The investment comes on top of the 350 million euros Google Inc. has spent converting an old paper mill, which started operations as a data center in 2011. The company says the expansion will employ up to 800 engineering and construction workers at the plant.
The maker of Frosted Flakes and Eggo waffles says it expects earnings per share for the year to be toward the lower end of its previous forecast. According to FactSet, Kellogg has 31,000 employees, suggesting the company plans to cut about 2,170 jobs.
A government-appointed panel in Bangladesh voted Monday to raise the minimum wage for millions of garment workers to about $66 a month — still the lowest in the world and well below what workers have been seeking.
Bombardier delivered 36 aircraft valued at US$1.38 billion in the quarter, compared with Gulfstream's 38 planes valued at US$1.96 billion, the General Aviation Manufacturers Association says.
Chrysler, Ford, General Motors, Nissan and Toyota all posted October sales increases as the U.S. auto industry rebounded from a lackluster September.
A year after Superstorm Sandy devastated the East Coast, President Barack Obama has signed an executive order to make it easier for states and local governments to respond to weather disasters.
Horse slaughterhouses in New Mexico and Missouri were preparing to open as early as Monday after a temporary order blocking a return to domestic equine slaughter expired without a ruling from a federal judge.
Ford is recalling about 3,100 F-Series ambulances because the engines can stop unexpectedly.
The former CEO of a company that made fire-resistant building blocks has pleaded guilty to scamming nearly $5 million from people who lost their homes in two wildfires.
By 2018 Harbour Results, Inc. anticipates a vendor tooling capacity constraint within the automotive industry, according to its 2013 Vendor Tooling Study
Accenture has announced plans to acquire PCO Innovation – a leading international consulting and systems integration group that specializes in product lifecycle management (PLM) software technologies. The acquisition will strengthen Accenture’s ability to help clients organize, develop and manage new products and services throughout their lifecycle and bring them to market more quickly and efficiently.
The key phrase here is "new ideas entering the market." It's not like there aren't any new ideas floating in the heads of enterprising individuals, but the ideas just don't reach the shop floor. The resources needed to bring innovative ideas to life are in short supply in U.S.
As manufacturing workers face an improving job market overall, are they preparing to jump ship? Recent studies of the manufacturing workforce suggest that confidence might actually translate into upheaval in an individual organization, as workers feel more comfortable looking for different opportunities outside of their current companies.
Google Glass isn't the only pair of high-tech glasses hoping to change the way we interact with the world. A start-up called Meta has introduced a pair of augmented reality glasses.
Whirlpool Corp. says extensive soil tests show no evidence of illegal dumping or widespread contamination in an area of northern Ohio where children were among dozens of people who have been sickened in a cancer cluster.
Boeing Co. is speeding up production of its 737 again as it aims to cut down a huge backlog of the jets.
William C. Lowe had a bold idea: IBM should develop a personal computer that could be mass marketed, expanding the company's reach beyond businesses and into people's homes.
China said Friday it opposes the release of a WTO report about its export curbs on rare earths — exotic minerals used in mobile phones and other high-tech products — following news accounts that the document rejects Beijing's policy as a trade violation.
Cecilia Abadie was pulled over for speeding Tuesday evening in San Diego, and a California Highway Patrol officer noticed she was wearing Google Glass. The officer tacked on a citation usually given to drivers who may be distracted by a video or TV screen.
Executives with Wal-Mart Stores Inc. say they plan to move production of some shoes from overseas to a manufacturing plant in south Georgia, which they say will create 250 jobs in the state.