The Institute for Supply Management said Thursday its widely watched reading on the health of the manufacturing industry improved to 52.3 in February, from 49.3 in January. The reading is likely to alleviate concerns that the U.S. manufacturing sector has entered a prolonged period of softness.
Survey by Consumer Reports shows top 10 picks are all Japanese nameplates.
Over half that amount is slated for programs for laid-off workers, Ford tells federal regulators in its Securities and Exchange Commission filing.
AMD demonstrated a new accelerated computing platform on Tuesday that breaks the teraflop computing barrier.
Decision comes after judge issues temporary order.
System could be ready within three years.
New Toyota plant was one of them.
Food manufacturing inevitably results in the generation of large volumes of mostly biodegradable liquid and solid waste. Industrial wastewater streams have to be pretreated on site before a discharge to municipal treatment plant, or fully treated ahead of discharge to streams, rivers, lakes or oceans.
New Chairman, Ilene S. Gordon, was Association's executive vice chairman.
Georgia-Pacific and Millennium Holdings held responsible for PCB contamination of river.
Data from Chicago Purchasing Managers shows slowdown in new orders, too.
Company researchers find nanostructures on wing scales have chemical sensing capabilities; working on a synthetic version.
Well, The New York Times has spoken, and it seems the U.S. manufacturing sector is in a recession. Luckily for manufacturers - and like so many other opinions the Times offers these days - it's wrong.
According to research by Euler Hermes, American bankruptcies are forecast to rise 12 percent in 2007 after dropping 30 percent in 2006.
CDC says 42 states have confirmed cases; 60 people have been hospitalized, but no confirmed deaths.
Planned projects will have a capacity of more than 130 million gallons of cellulosic ethanol annually.
JAMA reported Wednesday that auto production in January was up 4.2 percent as compared to January 2006.
Major work stoppages accounted for 2.7 million lost workdays last year, according to a report from the U.S. Department of Labor’s Bureau of Labor Statistics.
Company will lease the Warrior River Steel facility beginning in the summer of 2007.
The U.S. economy grew at a much slower pace than first thought in the fourth quarter, weighed down in part by slower spending by businesses.