Labor unions at Hyundai Motor Co. and its affiliate Kia Motors Corp. said workers voted to strike after talks with management for increased pay and benefits collapsed.
A labor group said Samsung Electronics Co. is facing a lawsuit from Brazil's government seeking damages over poor working conditions at the company's assembly lines.
All Nippon Airways and Japan Airlines said Wednesday they are checking their Boeing 787 fleets for wiring problems unrelated to battery defects that plagued the aircraft earlier this year.
Eurostat, the European Union's statistics office, said the 17 EU countries that use the euro saw their collective economic output increase by 0.3 percent in the April to June period from the previous quarter.
Republic Steel is facing more than $1.1 million in federal fines for two dozen safety violations at its manufacturing plant in Canton, Ohio.
Relentless invention sets Dyson apart. HEPA filtration unimpeded by leaks, machines that turn on a dime, edge-to-edge cleaning and vacuums engineered to withstand abuse. A lot of abuse. Alex Knox, Director of Engineering at Dyson, explains it all.
U.S. retail sales edged up in July despite a drop in auto sales. A category of purchases that excludes the most volatile areas rose by the most in seven months, a sign that stronger consumer spending could boost economic growth.
June U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $426.83 million according to AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology.
A look at the design process behind toy manufacturing.
U.S. businesses left stockpiles unchanged in June while sales rose modestly, an encouraging sign.
A top executive says Toyota intends to keep the Camry as the top-selling car in America this year.
Food company H.J. Heinz Co. is eliminating 600 jobs across the U.S. and in Canada, including 350 in Pittsburgh, nearly a third of its operation there, it said Tuesday.
Exact has announced that eligible U.S. manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers and accountants can participate in its limited release program, offered through Exact Online, subscription-free through the end of 2013.
Inventor Elon Musk calls his latest idea the Hyperloop: a high-speed transportation system that would speed people through hollow tubes at the speed of sound without turbulence, weather delays or air traffic control.
With increased pressure to find new ways to control costs and improve revenue and margin growth, manufacturers should take a hard look at alternative approaches, such as extended enterprise models that allow firms to tap and leverage external expertise, knowledge and capabilities, to manage indirect spend.
From a technology perspective, manufacturing traditionally has lagged behind other industries such as healthcare and financial services. Manufacturers’ data centers, on average, are older; many are antiquated.
Larry Ellison is America's third richest man. His company, Oracle, makes a widely-used database that handles everything from online banking to airline reservations. Charlie Rose spoke to Ellison at his compound near San Francisco.
Executives with Micron Technology Inc. are taking steps to cut about 5 percent of the company's workforce in offices, fabrication facilities and research labs in Idaho and across the world.
An October trial has been scheduled in the employee lawsuit against Dempster Industries in Beatrice.
A judge has dismissed a shareholders lawsuit against computer maker Hewlett-Packard and its former CEO Mark Hurd, saying that a company's standards of business conduct amount to "puffery" that can't be used in securities fraud lawsuits.