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In each episode, we discuss the five biggest stories in manufacturing, and the implications they have on the industry moving forward. This week:
Trevor Milton resigned from Nikola in September amid allegations of fraud. For example, he knew the prototype was inoperable.
Typically, Glenfiddich would sell off spent grains from the malting process to be used in cattle feed, but now the company has found a new use for it.
An explosion shook an industrial park for chemical companies in Germany. As of Friday, five workers were found dead at the chemical manufacturing site with a couple still missing and more than 30 injured.
General Motors thinks that Ford’s “BlueCruise” driver assist technology infringes on the patent it holds for its own hands-free driving technology, “Super Cruise.”
Toyota has been exposed for opposing stricter emissions limits and electric vehicle initiatives around the world.
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A Washington couple is getting sued for leaving a one-star Google review for Executive Roof Services and filing a complaint with the Better Business Bureau.
America has always been smitten by both high-spirited inventors and yarn-spinning salesmen.
The struggling electric truck maker continues to push toward production of its new pickup this fall.
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