A lab in New York isn't waiting for an economic turnaround. It's creating one.
Princeton's Alan Blinder says it will take four or five more years for all the jobs lost during the recession to come back.
Terry Iverson discusses the Champion Now movement, which works to change the public perception of manufacturing to help inform younger generations about the industry's career opportunities.
The president of ManpowerGroup, says those who've been out of the workforce for a long time need to keep up with skills.
More than 40 percent of the actions you perform every day are the product of habits you've developed.
A social robotics researcher is finding ways to design robots that can pick up on nuanced human behavior.
More and more companies are saving travel expenses by doing key job interviews via web cam.
The latest LED bulb from Philips can run for 30,000 hours and uses less electricity than CFLs.
The “Pebble” e-paper watch has received a massive following on Kickstarter after the creators failed to secure venture capital funding.
The former 'auto czar' for the Treasury Dept. says the government should hold onto its GM stake for now.
Mulally discusses the slowdown in the European market in the first three months of 2012.
Sharma believes America has three things working in its favor: the value of the dollar, the wage growth differential, and technology.
The Italian sportscar icon has unveiled their crossover SUV concept.
Rolls Royce's CEO says China has become the luxury car maker's biggest market.
Wireless companies say that smartphones are threatening to overwhelm their networks, and are asking the government for help.
Pat McGibbon of AMT interviews one of the country's most informed economists on the issues impacting the manufacturing technology market.
Ford unveils its all-electric Ford Focus and the Green Overdrive Show takes it for a spin.
A German engineering firm has developed a mechanical exo-skeleton that can increase productivity for factory workers.
Coca-Cola was slow to embrace social media, but CSO Bea Perez says the company uses it to reach out to consumers and critics.