The U.S. energy market would largely benefit from lifting the current ban on crude oil exports, according to a new report from researchers at Rice University.
A new report recommends that auto companies strengthen industry collaboration, worker training and career opportunities in order to resolve a worsening talent crisis in their supply chains.
A judge has ordered a mental competency exam for a man accused of beheading a co-worker at a food processing plant in Oklahoma.
Designers need to solve problems with new solutions, less effort, more results, greater expression, increased reliably and confidence, and good quality.
Republican and Democratic lawmakers in the House have something in common: many issues with the Obama administration's new regulations requiring companies that drill for oil and natural gas to disclose chemicals used in hydraulic fracturing.
Monsanto Co. has agreed to pay $600,000 in fines for not reporting hundreds of uncontrolled releases of toxic chemicals at its eastern Idaho phosphate plant.
BMW is recalling nearly 49,000 motorcycles in the U.S. and Canada because flanges that hold the rear wheel can crack if bolts are too tight.
A recent nationwide poll showed Americans are evenly split between support and opposition for hydraulic fracturing in the U.S.
Steel Industry leaders gathered to address Congress yesterday, voicing their concerns about domestic steel procedures, trade policies and plant closures.
Toyota is putting the past and their sweeping recalls behind them — according to the company it is time to move forward.
About 3,000 production workers at Boeing plants in South Carolina will decide next month whether they want representation by the Machinists union.
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission said Wednesday it is investigating Lumber Liquidators Chinese-made laminate flooring following a national TV broadcast raised concerns over levels of formaldehyde.
Ford is recalling about 213,000 police vehicles in North America to fix springs that may not keep doors closed in a crash.
A substantial portion of the plastics sector believes current resins are insufficient to meet industry needs, according to a recent poll.
The leader of a union that represents Jeep workers in Toledo said that he's confident that the city and state have put together a package that will convince Fiat Chrysler Automobiles against moving Jeep Wrangler production.
Now that Automate and ProMat 2015 have come to a close, we thought we would share some quick takeaways from the shows. Unfortunately, Tesla did not set up a booth at Automate this year, but that didn’t mean that they didn’t have a presence at the show.
Republican lawmakers fired yet another salvo on federal labor regulators this month with the introduction of a proposal banning so-called "micro-unions."
Toyota Motor Corp. is ready to ramp up its growth again, emerging from an intentional soul-searching lull brought on by its massive global recall scandal that began in 2009.
United States Steel Corp. announced it would temporarily idle a plant near St. Louis and issue layoff notices to its 2,080 workers.
A recently released report anticipates demand for cleaner transportation will substantially increase the global hydrogen market in the near future.