The expected sales of 1.15 million units is down 3.1 percent from January 2006, according to Edmunds.com.
Artificially low tariffs caused a $4.9 billion deficit and may have illegally increased utility profits.
Program aims to train 40,000 students a year by 2012.
The $2.4 billion plant will use integrated gasification combined cycle (IGCC) technology to produce electricity from coal or petroleum residues.
Industrial manufacturers are feeling better about the U.S. economy heading into 2007, but they're not exactly exuberant.
Navistar unit International Truck will own 51 percent of the new company.
It's official: China's 2006 growth came in at 10.7 percent, the fastest pace in a decade.
As part of a settlement with the EPA, the new system will track the purchase, use, storage and disposal of chemicals.
What weighs more, an ounce of gold or an ounce of Botox? Well, kudos to you if you know they both weigh the same, but did you also know that Botox could be weighing on the performance of gold-jewelry makers? That’s right. In fact, Prudential analyst John Tumazos sees the threat so much that he’s lowered
Knocks one potential site off list, adds another.
Multi-million upgrade for personal-care-products plant.
Power Industry spending will be more than $27 billion in 2007, which is more than 50 percent of Texas' planned industrial spending for 2007, according to Industrial Info Resources.
Several organizations release statements commenting on the President's State of the Union Address.
EU imposed $978 million in fines for 10 companies for heavy equipment price fixing, while Italy opened a probe on nine oil companies.
Praxair will integrate Mittler's 210 employees into its North American distribution business.
President Bush devoted a good portion of his State of the Union Address Tuesday night to the matter of healthcare costs. To most folks, especially those running businesses, it’s no surprise as to why. While the U.S. is far from alone in shouldering a massive financial healthcare burden – Europe and Japan know all
Official says 2007 will bring even hotter growth than last year.
There is more to finding the right barb style connector for tubing than engineers might currently consider. Taking the extra time to conduct the proper tests will go a long way in ensuring a reliable system.
As more end users adopt fieldbus solutions, the market is forecasted to be at $2,279 million by 2011, according to new ARC Advisory Group study.
Coalition seeks guidelines for utilities, refineries and cement manufacturers in advance of pending regulations.