Everyday workers, leaders and local community members in South Carolina provide a nuanced perspective on China’s investment in U.S. factories and its promising impact on the economy.
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The Chinese drank 11 billion liters of Baijiu last year, making it the most consumed spirit by volume. After suffering a significant loss in revenue, Sichuan Swellfun CEO Jim Rice is hoping a new approach will reinvigorate the business.
As more and more Bluetooth-enabled devices are reaching consumers, developers are busy connecting them together as part of the Internet of Things.
Last week Trinity Industries Inc., a manufacturer of U.S. highway guardrails, went to court over allegations that it changed its design to save on manufacturing costs and never informed authorities of the change — raising safety concerns. The jury determined the company should have told the government about the design change.
Three of the top names in professional golf are now in the beer business. Freddie Jacobson, Keegan Bradley and Graeme McDowell will launch a series of easy-drinking craft beers through their new company, GolfBeer Brewing Co.
Satya Nadella says he was wrong to use his own personal experiences to answer the questions of whether women should ask for raises.
German carmaker Audi takes us for a spin in a driverless concept car version of their RS7.
Nest is turning the places we live into smart homes, one device at a time. Nest founder and CEO Tony Fadell discusses how technology can improve our lives.
There are a lot of cool, new features found in cars these days. Cars.com took a look at the top ten, over-the-top available features.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at swarming navy threats with autonomous ships, securing our homes with coins, and bending light to blind you with science or designing a killer cloak with off-the-shelf materials.
Musician will.i.am is launching a smartwatch that will compete with the Apple watch. But with this new watch, there is no need for a smartphone.
Executive Chairman Eric Schmidt says Google can be the perfect personal assistant that makes you smarter. The cost? Just a little bit of privacy.
3D printer maker Voxeljet said it would use IPO proceeds to expand its business in the U.S., but the company isn't telling investors just how slowly that U.S. expansion is going.
Intel President Renee James says the company is not interested in making a phone, but instead wants to power the devices that people are using around the world.
Tesla has built a well-known brand of high-end electric automobiles, but when it comes to electric motorcycles, no company has reached Tesla's status. Energica, an Italian company, is looking to lead the charge.
The fast-food operator is countering criticism of its food quality with a campaign answering questions from would-be diners.
Ferrari is celebrating 60 years selling in the United States. Chris Woodyard talks to Nicola Boari about the Ferrari F60 America, introduced for the occasion.
Elon Musk, CEO of Tesla Motors Inc., discusses Tesla's "auto-pilot" feature, autonomous driving, government regulations and legal liability.
Halogen bulbs now being made in Illinois and Ohio mean more jobs for Americans.
Since it was invented in the 19th century, the basic concept of the bicycle has stayed the same. But as Michelle Miller explains, that may be changing.
Today's Engineering Newswire looks at traveling in our very own solar-powered pods, picking up space garbage, and wreaking havoc in extreme off-road testing.