In today’s real-time economy, a process manufacturer’s success is dependent on anticipating problems and preparing for prevention and resolutions.
A federal appeals court is blocking Samsung Electronics from selling some of its older smartphones in the U.S. in the latest twist to a long-running legal battle over how much of the devices' technology was copied from Apple's iPhone.
A newly released report suggests that a Marine Corps fighter jet previously thought fit for combat remains plagued with problems.
The Federal Reserve ended weeks of speculation Thursday by keeping U.S. interest rates at record lows in the face of threats from a weak global economy, persistently low inflation and unstable financial markets.
Preliminary numbers released Thursday by the U.S. Labor Department showed a sharp increase in the number of workplace fatalities in private-sector goods production in 2014.
In this episode, we discuss lean manufacturing principles, six sigma and how to address problem solving when you’re a global brand.
Here’s a look at news coming from the show including Citroen’s Cactus M, Mazda’s crossover concept and Peugeot’s plan to sell cars in Iran.
All Budweiser beer is brewed with the same strain of yeast that Anheuser-Busch has been keeping alive since the late 1800s.
In this episode, anti-counterfeit electronic labels that contain encrypted data.
General Motors admitted it failed to disclose to the public a deadly problem with small-car ignition switches as part of a $900 million deal reached with federal authorities to avoid criminal charges, authorities announced Thursday.
Anti-addiction activists are calling on a Senate committee to release findings from a 3-year-old investigation into links between painkiller manufacturers and nonprofit medical groups.
A new voluntary standard for laundry detergent packets aims to reduce the children injured after accidentally ingesting them.
General Motors says it will pay $575 million to settle civil lawsuits filed over faulty small-car ignition switches.
German sports apparel giant Adidas this week filed a trademark infringement lawsuit alleging that Skechers shoes bore too close a resemblance to one of its best-selling sneakers.
Even though the Honda Civic compact car now on dealer lots was panned for being cheap and boring, the company still sold almost 326,000 of them last year.
Oils extracted from the peels of citrus fruit could eventually serve as an environmentally friendly source of chemical feedstock for plastics.
After weeks of negotiations, Fiat Chrysler and the United Auto Workers have hammered out a new labor agreement. But the hard work is just beginning.
Apple has given its latest iPhones an environmental upgrade to go along with a better camera and a few new features.
The ideal time in port for chemical tankers in Houston and Freeport is less than three weeks. Currently, however, those ships routinely spend seven weeks in port as traffic increases along Texas' Gulf Coast, which adds costs for shippers and cargo handlers alike.
Here’s a look at some of the news to come from the 2015 Frankfurt Auto Show including Jaguar’s new SUV, Renault-Nissan’s Chinese auto production and Rolls-Royce’s new convertible.