The National Association of Credit Management's latest Credit Managers’ Index report showed improvement in the nation's manufacturing and service sectors last month.
Mercedes says the air bag control unit can corrode and malfunction due to a manufacturing error. That can make the air bags deploy without warning, or they might not inflate in a crash.
The German automaker says a part in the camshaft can shear off, causing loss of vacuum in the power brakes. That can lengthen stopping distance and possibly cause a crash.
The head of Google's affiliated drone project believes that the division will begin delivering packages in 2017.
This rolling ladder adds a pivot which allows users to roll it through low clearance doorways and gain access to various areas in their facility.
Manufacturing economic activity expanded in October for the 34th consecutive month.
In this episode, how the W7-X stellarator could change the future of energy.
U.S. auto safety regulators will fine Takata Corp. of Japan $70 million for lapses in the way it handled recalls of millions of air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
Detroit's Big Three each touted their best October sales in more than a decade.
The company wrote that it expects the review process in Nebraska to take seven to 12 months — a timeframe that could postpone a White House decision on the pipeline project until President Obama leaves office.
Getting out of the undersea exploration business would reportedly free up some $800 million.
Do you find yourself wondering how to better improve productivity by reducing and more efficiently tracking employee absences? If not, you should be.
In this episode, a self-driving deliveryman.
The study might be in, but the jury is still out for the future of driverless travel.
A meat company based in Nebraska is recalling 167,427 pounds of ground beef that might be tainted with E. coli bacteria.
The LED PAR38 lamps have a lower energy consumption, produce more light output and are more durable to abuse and harsh environments.
Bloomberg reported that of 13 lawsuits filed against Volkswagen in the last 11 years, only nine were reported to the U.S. National Highway Traffic Safety Administration.
The FDA plans to meet with Hampton Creek this month to discuss the controversy.
Under the order from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, Ketchum-based Sun Valley Juice Company must cease "receiving, processing, preparing, packing, holding, and distributing juice."
Time will tell if the investment promoted by Gov. Andrew Cuomo as part of his "Buffalo Billion" economic development initiative pays off, or the state is left with an empty 1 million-square-foot facility on the site of a former steel factory.