Data released Friday by the Bureau of Labor Statistics noted an increase of 0.5 percent for February.
Caterpillar has announced that Mark Pflederer will replace Rod Bussell as vice president for the Heavy Construction & Mining Products Division.
Ghosn will continue as CEO of both Nissan and Renault; two factories in Japan expected to close.
Recent reports on aircraft-maintenance outsourcing have questioned its safety. Those in the industry, not surprisingly, disagree. The FAA is OK with it, so it must be fine, right? Read on - and enjoy your next flight.
Investment will stretch over three years.
Investment in factories jumped by 23 percent in first two months of the year.
Boeing has more than 400 orders for the commerial airliner.
Survey from the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia shows manufacturing activity in the region unchanged from February, but future indicators for the next six months slip.
The rate at the end of January rose 3.1 percent, according to the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
In September, current contracts expire and the company will renegotiate with the UAW; Company also says it is working to fix problems with financial reporting.
Ford CEO Alan Mulally told Congress Wednesday he has a plan to resolve the company’s issues.
About 14,000 employers were notified because they identified higher-than-national-average levels of injuries and illnesses.
Japan Automobile Manufacturers Association says domestic sales to slip 2.0 percent, the lowest level since 1984.
DuPont will open its first non-U.S. biotech center in India and will employ 100 scientists by year-end.
A study released by the Massachusetts Institute of Technology suggests that carbon capture and sequestration (CCS) will be the key technology for reducing carbon dioxide produced by using coal.
GKN Aerospace will provide the fuselage structural sub-assembly, Garmin will supply an avionics system and Avcorp will supply wing structural sub-assembly.
Company expects to save $10 million a year when program is complete.
Acquisition of Ameritool will allow Enidine to expand market options.
New orders for manufacturers in the New York region fell sharply in March, as did indexes for shipments and unfilled orders.