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Chicago-based Goose Island is one of the most well-known and respected craft beer companies in the U.S., and their signature product is the limited edition Bourbon County Stout.
Chicago-area technology manufacturer MBX Systems saved more than $700,000 and increased net profit 23 percent by soliciting employee ideas for working smarter.
Aerospace industry observers largely praised Jim McNerney's tenure as CEO of Boeing for rebuilding the company's credibility and boosting its bottom line.
Milwaukee Tool announced a $16.8 million expansion of its Greenwood, Mississippi plant that will create 126 new jobs.
Maker's Row is a platform for connecting users with over 6,000 apparel and furniture manufacturers in the U.S. and might bring "Made in America" to the 21st century.
Go behind the scenes as employees for Airbus’ first U.S. manufacturing facility — which will begin producing A319, A320 and A321 jetliners in Mobile, Alabama during 2015 — undergo on-the-job training at the company’s Hamburg, Germany site.
Mexico's auto sector is booming, while Canada's is dwindling. Amanda Lang finds out why.
Hershey is expected to cut about 300 jobs by the end of the year as it looks to simplify its operations. The candy maker also cut its revenue outlook for the year.
The U.S. distributor of Corona and other prominent Mexican beer brands is investing $2 billion in its brewery near the Texas border as a deadline looms for the company to produce all of its own beer.
Ford Motor Co. Executive Chairman Bill Ford talks about the automaker's return to the Le Mans race in 2016 with the GT sportscar, production of the aluminum-bodied F-150 pickup, business strategy and the outlook for consolidation in the auto industry.
General Motors plans to cut 100 jobs at its Orion Assembly plant in suburban Detroit, according to reports.
Jeni's Splendid Ice Creams has found listeria in its plant again and has halted production and closed retail shops for the second time since April, the company said Friday.
For the most part companies are stepping up and taking accountability when contamination strikes, but the food and beverage manufacturing industry has much more work to do to prevent the endangerment of lives.
Demand for burgers at high-end restaurants spiked during the financial crisis. So steakhouses started making patties with their best meat. Watch how prime, dry-aged steaks get turned into a humble patty.
One of the recent product offerings from PepsiCo got its start on a 3D printer, a result of the soft drink giant's increased emphasis on research and development.
U.S. worker productivity declined more sharply in the first three months of the year than previously thought while labor costs rose more quickly.
PlantBottle packaging uses patented technology that converts natural sugars found in plants into the ingredients for making PET plastic bottles.
Tesla's highly-touted power storage system is being put to use by a new solar panel system in Florida.
A small brewery in Maine is part of an explosion of local breweries that see their mission as catering to their home base rather than developing into a big business.
Archer Daniels Midland is shifting toward new uses for corn in light of lagging demand for two of its most prominent products.
A recent report says the number of American workers employed directly by Chinese companies increased more than five-fold in the past five years.
A measure intended to root out currency manipulation headlined a package of trade legislation passed by the U.S. Senate earlier this month.
Clay Risen, author of American Whiskey, Bourbon and Rye: A Guide to the Nation’s Favorite Spirit, takes us inside the high end tequila boom.
By adding intelligence to its tools and shop floor systems, Airbus’ production process is becoming more efficient, ultimately bringing planes and aerospace equipment to market faster.
Orders to U.S. factories for long-lasting manufactured goods fell slightly in April. But a category that reflects business investment posted a second increase, a hopeful sign that this key sector is starting to revive.
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