The U.S. House of Representatives is scheduled to vote this week on bills that would overhaul the standards for research cited by the Environmental Protection Agency.
Manufacturing activity in New York state expanded at a slightly slower pace in March, dragged by weaker shipments and new orders.
After reviewing the manufacturing news from this week, “Manufacturing’s Winner & Loser” have been decided. This week, two companies take the spotlight. While one has been on the receiving end of some great news, the other is being faced with a brand new counterfeiting struggle.
A new report from the Institute for Women's Policy Research forecasts the national gender wage gap will close in the year 2058. That means women will not receive equal pay for the next 43 years.
The price of oil is on yet another ride down as swelling global supplies overwhelm rising but still relatively weak demand.
During a Thursday morning conference call, Lumber Liquidators CEO Rob Lynch responded to a "60 Minutes" report that exposed excessive levels of cancer-causing formaldehyde in the glue used to bind the company's wood.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent was given a pay package worth $18.1 million last year after the world's biggest beverage company failed to meet its own growth targets.
Auto industry experts at Cars.com has released its subjective list of the Top 10 ugly cars from the U.S. market over the past 30 years.
General Motors will make a series of changes to its vehicle warranty and maintenance programs after they failed to generate more interest among car buyers.
A recent case gives flavor to the types of claims that are often brought when one competitor hires one or more employees of another competitor. It also serves as a reminder of the "Do's" and "Don'ts" when hiring experienced employees.
After selling only half of projected vehicle sales, Tesla has reported that it will be cutting jobs in China.
A battery recycling plant that violated hazardous waste laws and spewed toxic emissions for decades on the outskirts of Los Angeles will close and spend $50 million to clean the site and surrounding neighborhoods, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
Kia is recalling nearly 209,000 Soul small SUVs because the gas pedals can bend or break.
Scottish researchers recently developed a system that could enable the discovery of dangerous structural weaknesses using only sound waves.
An explosion at a West Texas oil well killed three workers this week.
At the end of Wednesday the dollar ended at its highest value of $1.05 against the euro in 12 years. This isn’t the end either, according to analyst the dollar could very well become even more valuable in the coming days. But who is winning and losing with the strengthening dollar?
Retailer Lumber Liquidators said Thursday that it stands by its products and will pay for the safety testing of laminate floors for customers to help ease concerns.
The Bureau of Labor Statistics reported more Americans are quitting their jobs, which could be an indicator of a healthy economy.
Advanced Technology Systems (ATS) thinks it has found a solution to the skills gap that is alternative to community college. By engaging with other companies to implement on-demand manufacturing training, ATS teaches factory workers the technical skills they need to succeed in more high-paying industrial positions.
Leading clothing retailers such as Gap and H7H need to help alleviate labor abuses at factories in Cambodia that manufacture their products, according to New York-based human right organization Human Rights Watch.