Averil Macdonald, an emeritus professor at the University of Reading and the newly appointed chair of United Kingdom Onshore Oil and Gas, told The Times of London that many U.K. women likely ended their study of science at age 16 and “don’t understand” the science behind hydraulic fracturing.
The new corn variety would reportedly protect against worms that attack the plant's root systems, as well as resist the common herbicide glyphosate.
Two Democratic congressmen are asking the Justice Department to investigate ExxonMobil over the petroleum giant's climate change research from the 90s.
A newly released analysis says that although the global manufacturing sector is developing more environmentally friendly practices, government mandates are needed to broadly accelerate those efforts.
The UAW said the agreement was reached at 11:43 p.m. Sunday, 16 minutes before the deadline it had set to either reach an agreement or call a strike at GM's U.S. plants.
The penalty includes criminal and civil fines, along with payments to the National Fish and Wildlife Foundation and its Rhinoceros and Tiger Conservation Fund.
As tech giants like Google and Apple look to automobiles as the next frontier for innovation, they face a looming reality: Cars are a lot harder to manufacture and sell than smartphones.
Although Kellogg is primarily known for cereal brands such as Corn Flakes, Rice Krispies and Froot Loops, the Post reports that snacks now account for more sales than breakfast foods.
GE last month announced that it would build a new state-of-the-art gas engine plant north of the border and close the more than 100-year old plant in a Milwaukee suburb.
The ice cream concoction — named Salted Caramel Brown-ie Ale — will feature ale-flavored ice cream with fudge brownies and ribbons of caramel.
American auto suppliers that are considering joining the burgeoning Mexican automotive sector need to make decisions in short order, according to a leading industry consultant.
The construction and mining equipment maker lowered its full-year earnings forecast with expectations that the costs of restructuring the company will rise sharply.
The price cuts are particularly focused on selling gasoline-fueled cars in the U.S. after the company was forced to pull many diesel vehicles — which accounted for 20 percent of sales — from its lots.
Moody's said that U.S. oil production only recently began to wane following months of declining oil rig counts.
As Colorado and other states authorized the recreational use of marijuana in recent years, newly legal growing operations found little guidance regarding their use of pesticides to ward off mites or mold.
UAW members at Fiat Chrysler's U.S. factories voted 77 percent in favor of the agreement, the union said. The contract covers 40,000 workers at 23 U.S. factories.
About 23.4 million Takata driver and passenger air bag inflators have been recalled on 19.2 million U.S. vehicles sold by 12 auto and truck makers.
Frank Tuch is the fifth executive to be suspended in connection with the controversy, and an indication that probes into the scandal are still focused on top VW officials with direct oversight of diesel engines.
Most railroads indicated earlier this year that they would not be ready to implement PTC on time, and federal transportation officials said that the companies could cease carrying some cargo — such as volatile crude oil from fracking — citing safety concerns.
GM says Thursday the new shift will increase the plant's workforce to about 2,800 and is needed to meet anticipated demand for vehicles made at the plant.