Theodore Crandall, senior vice president and head of the Control Products & Solutions segment, will take over on an interim basis.
Elimination or lowering of tariffs and other trade barriers could prove a boon to auto industry, but agreement is not yet finalized.
Charge comes after the U.S. imposed tariffs on coated-paper imports from China.
Mulally acknowledges Ford is in a tough transition period, but he says sweeping turnaround plan is right on track.
A.J. Foyt, Dan Gurney, Charles B. King, Sergio Pininfarina, and Shoichiro Toyoda are in the Inductee Class of 2007.
New site will allow potential buyers to vote for the concept they like most.
Protect your organic food products with environmentally friendly pest management.
By Mark Kleinginna, Strategic Energy Volatility in energy prices isn't likely to go away soon. If you've already monitored electricity usage, modified production cycles, and upgraded to energy-efficient equipment in an effort to cut electricity expenses, it might be time to consider shifting the focus of your cost-control efforts up from the plant floor and deep into your business plan. Here's how to do it.
Taking a long, hard look at what’s required.
Developing complex plastic medical components for high volume assembly can be greatly enhanced by taking advantage of early supplier involvement. This article reviews steps medical device manufacturers should consider prior to the start of their efforts on a new product and what they should expect from, as well as ask of, their supplier partners.
Following 6 years in the red, the global airline industry is expected to return to profits in 2007; Asia expected to become the world's largest aviation market by 2010.
ChemNutra Inc. announced a recall of all wheat gluten it had imported from one of its three Chinese suppliers.
Heavier than expected investments caused Product Lifecycle Management market to grow as companies look for methods to improve business performance, according to report from CIMdata.
According to the Eurozone PMI from the Royal Bank of Scotland and NTC Economics, output, new order and employment growth show further expansion of the sector.
Overall job growth expanded by 106,000, the firm says, but manufacturing and construction were soft.
GKN Aerospace's acquisition of Teleflex Aerospace will create a leading manufacturer of engine components.
Commerce Dept.'s tariffs on high-gloss paper angers China's paper industry association.
After Supreme Court ruling Monday, EPA has authority over standards.
The state's final bid of $2.9 billion was rejected by German steel maker; Alabama is still in the running.