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.
Volkswagen faces fines of up to $37,500 per vehicle, which means up to $375 million could be added to penalties already projected in the billions of dollars.
The recall affects just 515 of the small sport utility vehicles, and Honda says only 30 were sold before dealers were told to stop sales. But it is the latest safety problem with air bags made by Takata Corp., a Japanese supplier.
GE Power and Water division officials said they will take advantage of complementary strengths in technology and global capability, and also will be able to make purchases more efficiently.
The Commercial Aircraft Corporation of China — or Comac — unveiled the C919 in a ceremony at its Shanghai factory. The C919 project launched in 2008 and, after a series of delays, is China's first large passenger jet produced domestically since an ill-fated attempt in the 1980s.
In this episode, a self-driving, shape-shifting electric car.
U.S. manufacturers have been squeezed this year as a strong dollar and weak economies in China and other key foreign markets have cut into exports.
The closings are just the latest in a series of cost-cutting moves by the Minnesota-based food giant, which suffered in recent years as consumers increasing turned away from packages and frozen items.
Evan Parent, of San Diego, originally sued MillerCoors in April. He claimed that he purchased Blue Moon in 2011 and 2012 believing that he was sipping craft beer instead of a product owned by one of the largest brewers in the world.
Despite significant upgrades in advanced materials in recent years, they remain impractical for manufacturers in large part because traditional resistance spot welding makes them weaker.
Last week, IMPO's top stories included a massive automotive recall, a Chinese company buying Texas oil assets and a new pizza delivery car — oven included. The top two were concerned with alleged lies and dishonesty.
Featuring Vertical Belt Technology, the AquaPruf Vertical Belt Conveyor comes with a proprietary staggered sidewall belt that provides more pocket capacity than a traditional bucket elevator.
The spooky holiday means big business for a lot of industries across the United States.This year, that spending is expected to nearly reach $7 billion. Let’s see where all that cash is going.
The U.S. military has begun efforts to remove an Army radar blimp from the woods in northeast Pennsylvania, where the high-tech radar system crashed after it broke free from its mooring at Aberdeen Proving Grounds in Maryland.
Manufacturers are feeling the pressure that comes with competing on a global platform – and in recent years, that pressure has intensified as customer demands increase and supply chains expand.