The 12 nations could be left with only weeks to get trade pact terms in place before the 2016 elections begin interfering with the issue in Congress.
St. Louis-based Monsanto, which long targeted Syngenta as a potential avenue to reduce its U.S. tax burden, twice this year submitted takeover offers to Syngenta, which responded in turn with strongly worded rejections.
Shipping lines are now ordering new vessels that carry twice as much cargo as ships from 10 years ago, and as a result, more companies are bypassing smaller ports such as Portland, Oregon, because it is too shallow, too far inland and too rife with delays to accommodate those ships.
Bob Barr of Acquity Group reviews the three dimensions e-marketplaces bring to industrial distribution online, outlining key questions businesses should ask themselves about their own value proposition.
Also in this episode, the Lexus hoverboard and why manufacturers might sue the EPA.
Prices for coal, natural gas, oil and the fuels made from crude such as gasoline and diesel are all far less expensive than they have been in recent years.
An agency spokeswoman confirmed the new drug is the first prescription tablet approved that uses the process.
The requirements — should they survive an inevitable court challenge from opponents — would hamper the nation's already embattled coal industry, but they would also aim to maintain the current percentage of energy derived from natural gas.
The International Agency for Research on Cancer is expected to issue its report in October after beginning efforts to identify the connection between red and processed meats and cancer last year.
The increase in capacity at the Beaumont refinery is made possible in large part by abundant, affordable supplies of U.S. light crude from shale.
Products that used to comprise only mechanical and electrical parts have now transformed into complex, interconnected systems combining hardware, software, microprocessors, sensors and data storage.
Victims' families are being offered compensation of at least $1 million each.
This free-to-use platform allows companies to keep detailed records of tools so they can build a budget and manage their annual spending on equipment.
Low oil and gas prices are good for the overall economy because they reduce costs for consumers and business, but with oil prices down around 50 percent from last year, major oil companies are cutting back, offsetting some of this good news.
The decision to stop stocking Kraft's former headquarters near Chicago with free cheese sticks and servings of Jell-O is among the slew of changes made by the new Kraft Heinz Co. in an attempt to reduce annual spending.
The EPA has responded to critics of the carbon rule by making several changes, most notably, allowing more time for states to file their implementation plans, but the ERCC explains that the deadlines are still unrealistic.
General Motors, Ford, Fiat Chrysler, Honda, Nissan, and Toyota combined for more than 75 percent of the U.S. auto market share in June.
There have been 10 consumer complaints to date about the packaging, including three reports of consumers choking.
Companies are gathering huge amounts of data about their production, processes and customers to become more connected. In this episode, we chat with Colin Masson, global industry director of manufacturing at Microsoft, on what should we know about big data management.