A recent study shows that women still aren't equally represented in manufacturing, with respondents noting that their industries don’t do an adequate job of recruiting, retaining, and advancing women.
A reminder of why it's important to read the fine print.
It was Exxon's lowest quarterly profit since June of 2009, when the nation was in recession and...
Mondelez, which owns Oreo cookies and Ritz crackers, announced this week that it would spend $...
A recent report examines motorist preferences for vehicle automation levels, including interaction preferences and overall concern for riding in self-driving cars.
Arthur Kyricos filed a federal lawsuit after he said officials from California-based Mary's Gone Crackers told him they would cover the full dental bill for a broken tooth he incurred after biting into one of the company's crackers.
Researchers are looking to combat harmful methane emissions from traditional rice production. A study found that modified rice produced less than 10 percent of the methane from conventional plants in a laboratory and in field tests.
The money will be used for a new light metal stamping line at the Woodstock plant and improvements in the Cambridge plant where the next generation of Lexus vehicles will be produced.
The Tokyo-based maker of the Accord sedan and Odyssey minivan has been the hardest hit among automakers from the costs related to a global recall of Takata Corp.'s air bags that can explode.
This project will be centered on the installation of twin 3,000 ton metal stamping presses, and will also include a number of ancillary processes.
Although the forum would include top finance officials from those countries, the effort would be separate from negotiations over the 12-nation trade pact.
The canopy hoods are ideal to locate over peninsulas and are designed to collect and exhaust corrosive vapors, heat, steam, and odors when mounted over areas with water baths, hot plates, or portable equipment.
The FDA says it's not aware of any patients who took the wrong drug, but the agency says it has received 50 reports of medication errors, including cases where doctors prescribed the wrong drug or pharmacies dispensed the wrong one.
Protesters on St. Johns Bridge and kayakers on the Willamette River below have been blocking the icebreaker from heading to the Arctic for a drill operation.
The SURFOX PRE-WELD, SURFOX RENEW and SURFOX SHINE were designed to clean, restore and protect stainless steel surfaces while promoting a cleaner, healthier, and safer industrial work environment.
Citing tread separation issues, the Findlay, OH, company says dealers will replace the tires with a newer version that has a full nylon cap. The recalled tires have a partial nylon cap.
The Spinfinity casters boast extra thick forgings and proven kingpinless swivel technology for superior durability over the life of the casters.
Chattanooga, TN-based Branch Technology uses a technique called cellular fabrication to print matrices that serve as the internal structure for buildings.
The company's Amazon Fresh program already delivers online grocery orders to customers' homes in select markets, but analysts said that a physical pickup location could ease the complexities and added costs of shipping to individual households.
In this episode, the Hyperloop moves closer to reality, unions may get overhauled, and self-driving taxis are coming.
Why does corporate identity theft happen? And what can be done to prevent it? Fred Mendelsohn discusses the proper precautions and security measures to take to ensure what is yours stays yours.
The new bolt cutters feature a double compound action system that requires 30 percent less effort than traditional bolt cutters.
Some Republican critics believe that the bank interferes with the free market and noted that only a handful of companies — Boeing among them — receive the vast majority of its loans.
After a hiatus during the World Wars, the country began legislating to protect the environment, which changed manufacturing and commerce forever.