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Americans are expected to end the year pumping oil out of the ground at rates unseen since the early 1970s.
Toyota, Nissan, Honda and Air Liquide are forming a new company to build more hydrogen refueling stations.
President Donald Trump asserted again that the U.S. runs “a pretty good trade deficit” with Canada. The claim was quickly rebuffed by Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., David MacNaughton. So, what is it? A surplus? Or a deficit?
President Donald Trump wants NASA to return to the Moon for the first time in almost 50 years. Plenty of hurdles stand between now and another lunar landing.
Companies in the petroleum and coal products business dominate the top spots in IW's annual list of the 1000 largest public manufacturing companies around the globe.
Machine learning systems cannot be built and simply left to their own devices. They need to be supervised. Every time there is a design change, a best practice is retired, or a failure mode is no longer happening, the old knowledge might need to be scrubbed.--By Joe Barkai.
Manufacturing will see employment growth of 1.2% in 2018, following a 2.3% gain reported for this year since December 2016.
RV manufacturing began in this area in the 1930s and currently, 80% of global RV manufacturing takes place here.
The scandal has emerged as the latest hiccup for JR Central’s high-speed rail project, which is scheduled to open its first leg in 2027, and link Tokyo and Osaka upon completion in 2045.
The company unveiled a new programming language and tools that help coders craft software for quantum computers, along with simulators that will let programmers test that software on a traditional desktop computer.
The technology must make way for cleaner ways of getting around, says Volkswagen CEO Matthias Müller.
A highly engaged workforce is 22% more productive.
“The central underlying problem is the pervasive climate of fear inside poultry plants."
Car production jumped 4.6%mainly to service foreign markets. This was 18% higher in October than a year earlier.
The plan to cut almost one-fifth of the power division’s global workforce underscores GE’s bad bet on an old-school industry as natural gas loses favor and renewable energy gains.
Manufacturing payrolls are up by 31,000, while construction adds 24,000, matching its highest since February.
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Roy Ashok has crammed a lot of major developments into his first two months as CEO of the augmented reality company, and he has no plans to slow down.
Only a single LNG tanker has a guaranteed passage each day.
The company’s $10 billion deal to buy Alstom SA’s assets two years ago has compounded the pain.
Americans increasingly are searching for products that are “Made in America.” A Reuters/Ipsos poll released in July of this year found that 70% of Americans think it is “very important” or “somewhat important” to buy U.S.-made products. With that sen
The president aims to release a detailed document of principles, rather than a drafted bill, for upgrading roads, bridges, airports and other public works.
One person's gift is another person's idea of a regifted white elephant. This "Worst 10" list looks at some of the rottenest junk ever passed off as a gift from a boss to an employee.
The engineers are accused of downloading data from Applied Materials’ internal engineering database and plotting to lure investors to fund a U.S. and China-based startup that would compete with their former employer.
J&J and its DePuy unit, which makes the artificial hips, argues that the verdict should be reversed because there was insufficient evidence that the hips were defectively designed and deceptively marketed.
Ford is boosting its investment by $200 million and adding 150 more jobs to the Michigan plant as part of the shift, which will bring the driverless car to market in 2021.
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Volkswagen has already incurred about $30 billion in costs following its September 2015 admission that it outfitted about 11 million diesel cars worldwide with a defeat device, and the tolls keep coming.
After over 40 years of trade policies that foster offshoring, it’s time to the U.S. to have a goal of eliminating the growing trade deficit.