China is reviving growth of its nuclear power industry with approval of its first new project in two years.
GM shares rise on news of a big stock buyback and are near a 52-week high. The company has bounced back from the worst of its 2014 recall woes.
ERP software implementation disasters are the result of assorted smaller, and seemingly unrelated, actions that converge in a monumental event. This costs a company money in labor, delays, downtime, productivity and equipment.
U.S. employers advertised the most jobs in 14 years in January, and more workers quit — both signs of a steadily strengthening job market.
If oil rigs lead to new wells, fewer rigs should lead to less oil, right? Not necessarily.
Efforts to add Colorado to the list of states with restrictions on powdered alcohol ran aground in the state Legislature last week.
Four trains hauling crude oil have derailed in the U.S. and Canada since mid-February. The derailments have deepened safety concerns that if an oil-train accident were to occur in a populated area, the results could be disastrous.
American manufacturers faced $24.6 billion in pollution abatement costs last year, a total far higher than the amount in many competing nations, according to a recent analysis.
Although the level of IoT implementation lags far behind its ever-increasing notoriety, 2015 is poised to be a big year for the industrial internet of things.
The complexity of the stealthy Zumwalt destroyer will delay delivery of the first two ships.
Horiba has released a new OCMA-500 & OCMA-550. This instrument can be utilized across a wide variety of applications such as drain monitoring & quality control of components.
China's auto sales growth decelerated in February despite a near doubling in purchases of Chinese-made SUVs, an industry group reported Tuesday.
Wisconsin officially became the 25th "right-to-work" state after Gov. Scott signed legislation Monday at a Milwaukee water meter manufacturer.
Six states this month asked a federal appeals court to reject a California law banning eggs that don't conform to its new animal welfare standards.
Efforts to develop lasers for military use took another step forward last week following the successful test of a Lockheed Martin prototype.
Industrial manufacturing and plant operations’ professionals all have a common need to find a solution for managing surplus assets so they can focus on their many other responsibilities.
Nearly 60 food production groups called on Congress to reject millions in proposed registration and inspection fees included in President Obama's latest budget.
Goodyear has announced a new concept tire that can convert heat into energy and, in turn, can power an electric car.
Southern politicians are heating up their recruiting in hopes of landing a big auto manufacturing plant and the potential of thousands of high-paying jobs.
It's called the ELF, a solar-powered bike-car hybrid that's turning up in cities across the country. Costing $5,500, the transportation requires no insurance or gasoline.