The deadly Amtrak derailment near Philadelphia appears to be yet another accident that didn't have to happen. It could have been avoided if a long-sought safety technology had been installed on its tracks and trains, according to information gathered by accident investigators.
The Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation reduced its economic projections for 2015 in light of low oil prices and a strong dollar.
A law banning price-fixing for contact lenses that took effect this week in Utah is a setback for the nation's largest manufacturers that could have ripple effects across the country amid an increasingly bitter fight with discount retailers.
A new survey of manufacturers found that nearly two-thirds saw improved plant productivity after implementing a cloud-computing system.
The Agriculture Department has developed the first government certification and labeling for foods that are free of genetically modified ingredients.
Bombardier confirms it will cut more than 1,750 employees in Canada and Northern Ireland over the coming months to adjust for weak demand for some of its business jets.
Last week, speaking at Microsoft’s Ignite conference, developer evangelist Jerry Nixon indicated that Windows 10 could be the company's last operating system.
Rolls Royce North America President Eric Shepherd discusses the company’s new fashion inspired automobile and move to court women auto buyers.
Over the weekend Russia paraded its new T-14 Armata battle tank as part of the 2015 Victory Parade. The highly automated features a unmanned remote turret and is considered to be more advanced than many NATO tanks.
The 'Internet of Things' is getting a step closer to realization as big tech companies open up to third-party developers and Samsung unveils its Artik chip technology.
Excellence in labeling has always provided a competitive advantage in the business of manufacturing, but today the amount of critical data that needs to be printed on a barcode label far surpasses what was considered to be sufficient in the past.
Samsung wants to sell the digital brains that will go into billions of "smart" home appliances, industrial sensors and other Internet-connected gadgets — even if the gadgets aren't made by Samsung.
The National Retail Foundation is pressuring Senate leaders to authorize Trade Promotional Authority ahead of an initial vote on the provision.
A year after Japan eased a longstanding ban on military exports, barely a trickle of deals has formed for its powerhouse manufacturers who are reckoning with latecomer status in a crowded global industry.
Illinois-based safety company UL and the University of Louisville on Tuesday announced a new 3D printing training facility that will be located adjacent to the university's campus.
The departing CEO of automaker BMW has cautioned that China's economy is "losing momentum."
Century Aluminum announced plans to lock out hundreds of union workers at its Kentucky smelter beginning Tuesday after members rejected its latest contract proposal.
Fiat Chrysler is adding almost 69,000 Jeep Cherokees to a recall to fix software that can cause side airbags to inflate without a crash.
Keurig Green Mountain promises to bring refillable K-Cups to its Keurig 2.0 system as customers reject DRM.