Tecumseh Products closing facility in Wisconsin due to manufacturing outsourced overseas.
Research chip operates at 3.16 gigahertz and consumes only 62 watts of power.
Nanotechnology could be the key to manufacturing's future, according to a recently released study by UMass Lowell.
Cytyc to purchase Adeza for $452 million.
OSHA announced its new “It’s The Law” poster, which acts as a notice of employee rights.
According to a report in the Nikkei, the automaker plans to build a new plant in India by 2010.
Boyhood dream of building subs becomes a reality.
Three deaths linked to water heaters.
Call comes as Britain tries to find where recent flu outbreak came from.
The European Commission proposed a directive Friday that companies and individuals should face criminal charges for environmental disasters.
Cummins diesel engine will power a boat run on alternative fuels that seeks to break the world circumnavigation record.
State investment grant helps Honda expand Greensboro operations and add 283 jobs.
Many industrial companies are not taking full advantage of SEO to improve web site traffic, according to a recent study.
Expenditures for Iraq war will still bring business to defense companies over the next one to three years, according to analysis from Standard & Poor's Ratings Services.
Multi-million dollar expansion in Somerset will add 70 jobs, reaching 300 employees when plant is fully operational.
The USW and Allegheny Technologies have reached a tentative agreement for new four-year contracts.
After years of bickering, it just may be possible that U.S. automakers and their unions can work something out on healthcare costs. Read on to see why there may be a "game changer" for the Big Three on the horizon.
Companies are competing for a $40 billion contract to replace tankers for the Air Force.
Shingo Prize for Excellence in Manufacturing is given by Utah State University to manufacturers in the U.S., Canada and Mexico.