A recent study shows that women still aren't equally represented in manufacturing, with respondents noting that their industries don’t do an adequate job of recruiting, retaining, and advancing women.
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Researchers are looking to combat harmful methane emissions from traditional rice production. A study found that modified rice produced less than 10 percent of the methane from conventional plants in a laboratory and in field tests.
The money will be used for a new light metal stamping line at the Woodstock plant and improvements in the Cambridge plant where the next generation of Lexus vehicles will be produced.
The Tokyo-based maker of the Accord sedan and Odyssey minivan has been the hardest hit among automakers from the costs related to a global recall of Takata Corp.'s air bags that can explode.
Although the forum would include top finance officials from those countries, the effort would be separate from negotiations over the 12-nation trade pact.
The FDA says it's not aware of any patients who took the wrong drug, but the agency says it has received 50 reports of medication errors, including cases where doctors prescribed the wrong drug or pharmacies dispensed the wrong one.
Protesters on St. Johns Bridge and kayakers on the Willamette River below have been blocking the icebreaker from heading to the Arctic for a drill operation.
Citing tread separation issues, the Findlay, OH, company says dealers will replace the tires with a newer version that has a full nylon cap. The recalled tires have a partial nylon cap.
Chattanooga, TN-based Branch Technology uses a technique called cellular fabrication to print matrices that serve as the internal structure for buildings.
The company's Amazon Fresh program already delivers online grocery orders to customers' homes in select markets, but analysts said that a physical pickup location could ease the complexities and added costs of shipping to individual households.
Some Republican critics believe that the bank interferes with the free market and noted that only a handful of companies — Boeing among them — receive the vast majority of its loans.
The rosy results come as the carmaker could be required to pay billions of dollars to get potentially defective Ram pickups and older Jeeps off the road under a deal with safety regulators to settle claims that the automaker mishandled nearly two dozen recalls.
Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year as it seeks to reduce operating costs by 10 percent.
Amazon has a plan to create highway lanes in the sky for drones, geofencing different models depending on their abilities to sense and interact with the drones around them.
As of July 30, all ConAgra Foods canned foods made in its U.S. and Canadian facilities will be packaged in cans with non-BPA liners.
U.S. auto safety regulators have rejected a request from an advocacy group to investigate power system failures in almost 5 million Fiat Chrysler vehicles that potentially could cause stalling and other problems.
The average vehicle in the U.S. is now a record 11.5 years old, according to consulting firm IHS Automotive, a sign of the increased reliability of today's vehicles and the lingering impact of the sharp drop in new car sales during the recession.
Danone last week announced strong numbers for the second quarter of 2015, along with its decision to cut ties with its embattled Chinese infant formula line.
The developer of the commercial spacecraft that broke apart during a test flight over California's Mojave Desert last year failed to protect against human error, federal investigators said Tuesday.
Green chiles have defined New Mexico for generations, gaining fans and fame around the globe. However, as this year's harvest begins, labor shortages, shrinking acreage, drought and foreign competition have hurt production in the state.
Belgium's chemical group Solvay has announced it will buy U.S.-based Cytec for $5.5 billion, making it the second biggest company in the aerospace composite materials market.