The world's multi-billion dollar chocolate market relies on a fragile plant and faces volatile global economic factors.
Company officials said the update’s Range Assurance application would communicate with Tesla Superchargers and other charging stations and automatically calculate when vehicles require a charge.
General Motors CEO Mary Barra will be questioned this fall by lawyers suing GM over its defective ignition switches.
A recent analysis by Michigan State University researchers cast doubts on the effectiveness of compounds intended to promote biodegradation in plastics.
Graco has agreed to pay a $3 million fine for delayed reporting of consumer complaints about difficulty opening car seat buckles.
Manufacturing activity in the Philadelphia region expanded more slowly in March than the previous month as new orders slipped.
Tesla Motors is updating its Model S electric car to help ease drivers' worries about running out of battery charge
Scientists from the University of California-Berkeley believe a newly developed material could allow power plants to cheaply and easily capture carbon emissions.
The sliding price of oil along with political and environmental factors, helped sharply reduce the number of countries participating in fracking, according to a report in the Wall Street Journal.
Honda is adding nearly 105,000 vehicles to its growing U.S. recall of driver's side air bag inflators that can explode with too much force.
A bipartisan group of lawmakers on Wednesday introduced legislation that would provide 25 universities with federal funding to bolster programs relating to manufacturing.
The deficit in the largest measure of U.S. trade widened in the October-December quarter to the biggest imbalance in more than two years as exports of goods fell at a faster pace than imports.
Ethanol producers say a proposed excise tax in Kansas would harm the industry and put some plants out of business
Monsanto said it will pay about $350,000 to settle class action lawsuits brought by farmers in seven states over genetically modified wheat.
A new report from the federal Labor Department says the nation's level of "extreme long-term unemployment" remained high in 2014 despite a strong year for hiring.
The Ford GT supercar will be Ford Motor Co.'s priciest vehicle ever when it goes on sale next year.
General Mills said that the previously announced job cuts, which were mostly in the U.S., were part of a restructuring plan called Project Catalyst that was approved during its fiscal second quarter.
The boom in U.S. oil production over the past decade led thousands of workers to prairie cities from Texas to North Dakota. Now, Saudi Arabia hopes those workers--many of them casualties of the ongoing downturn in crude prices--will consider the deserts of the Middle East instead.
Japan is famous for innovation. But, like many countries in the Pacific, it must also cope with fierce forces of nature. Now one local company has merged insights from both and built what could be one of the first “disaster-proof” factories.