The new hand wrap reduces stretch film usage while providing superior hold for odd or unstable loads, says the company.
Lifeguards in California are integrating a new robotic assistant into their arsenal of life-saving equipment.
Futurist Don Tapscott says the world is transforming into one that is far more open and transparent than ever before.
After years of trailing Airbus in the market for new jet orders, Boeing says it's about to retake the lead.
Microsoft has lost its leadership role in the technology world to Apple, Google, and Facebook, says Vanity Fair contributing editor Kurt Eichenwald.
Airbus has scooped up the only firm order so far on the third day of the Farnborough Airshow, in a further sign that airlines are concerned about the global economic outlook.
June sales were driven by price cuts and concern about restrictions imposed by some cities on registrations to control traffic congestion, said an industry analyst.
A bankruptcy judge ruled that environmentalists can proceed with a federal court appeal in a dispute involving water quality monitoring at an RG Steel facility near Baltimore.
Google is poised to pay a $22.5M fine to resolve allegations that it broke a privacy promise by secretly tracking millions of Web surfers who rely on Apple's Safari browser, according to a person familiar with settlement.
Sales at the wholesale level dropped by the largest amount in three years, a troubling sign for future growth.
At just under $30,000 base retail price, the 2012 Mitsubishi i-MiEV is the most affordable all-electric car in the U.S. market.
Labor force participation has plummeted in recent years, as discouraged workers gave up their job searches.
In this issue, Linetec makes a positive impact on the environment, IMPO's Maintenance Professional of the Year Award winners are announced, the latest survey results on how IMPO readers evaluate their current equipment and potential purchases when it comes to evergy efficiency are announced, and more.
The $1.79B offer is "a lot of money" for a struggling company with old product lines that has spent little on research and development, several analysts said.