Top manufacturing executives tempered their optimism about the U.S. economy in the latest quarterly survey from PwC.
Federal prosecutors are unlikely to levy charges against individual General Motors employees over a defective ignition switch that led to at least 124 fatalities.
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Smartphone sales may be slowing for some tech companies, but not for Apple.
Biogen officials last week detailed the Massachusetts-based biotech company's plans to upgrade its manufacturing operations around the globe.
General Motors' faulty ignition switches were responsible for at least 124 deaths and 269 injuries, according to a fund set up to compensate victims.
Despite the much-publicized problems facing Detroit in recent years, the Motor City evidently maintains its considerable clout in the global auto industry.
Trek’s Global Director of Continuous Improvement discusses trends within the industry.
While smartphone apps may make life a little more convenient, there are concerns over their security. Javier Aguera is co-founder of Blackphone, which has been praised for its tough encryption and hack-proof reputation.
The often-maligned canned meat, a staple for GIs during World War II, has become a beloved part of the Hawaiian diet, from burgers to sushi.
Choosing the right WMS can not only make processes more efficient and help manage a workforce, it can also position an organization for growth and greatly improve customer service.
Tesla Motors says it's adding a new "Ludicrous Mode" to high-performance versions of its Model S electric car.
A recent analysis by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention attributed nearly two-thirds of E. coli outbreaks to food sources.
Rising gasoline prices pushed inflation up modestly in June, leaving overall consumer prices higher than they were a year earlier for the first time since December.
United Technologies Corp. said in June that it planned to shed Sikorsky, either through a sale or spinoff.
Ferrari is recalling 814 sports cars in the U.S. to fix problems with driver's airbags made by Japanese parts supplier Takata Corp.
Electrolux CEO Keith McLoughlin discusses the economic outlook in various regions impacting sales and U.S. regulators looking at a possible acquisition of GE appliances.
The GSMA wants to do away with the SIM card standard for your cell phone, meaning it soon could be easier to swap carriers whenever you want.
This Engineering Newswire looks at making 3D projected images touch-interactive, challenging Japan to a giant robot battle and taking seven giant leaps closer to interstellar travel.
Ford, Autodesk and BAE Systems are among manufacturers who have been using VR to supplement their manufacturing processes for training and prototyping. Is it right for your company?