Confidence in Europe's largest economy is on the rise. The Centre for European Economic Research unveiled its widely watched ZEW indicator of economic sentiment Tuesday, which showed a jump of 9.5 points, albeit to a reading of minus 19 points. The organiztion said the rise of the indicator might reflect that
New rules would clarify costs manufacturers can charge.
To develop, distribute corn hybrids for spring market in China.
Nissan needs to boost production capacity in the United States to meet growing demand for new models, chief executive Carlos Ghosn said Tuesday.
Year-to-date totals are up 27.9 percent from 2005.
Oshkosh will rebuild M1070 heavy equipment transporter trucks.
Wholesale inventories took a surprising jump in October, with demand for machinery and lumber easing noticeably.
Nationwide, company says well over a hundred have returned to work.
Farmers see best price for corn in over 10 years.
Fabricator turns to innovative stretch wrap machine for packaging pallets.
Despite Pfizer's cholesterol drug woes, industry sector is forecasting $16 billion in capital projects for 2007, according to Industrial Info Resources research report.
Nissan Motor Co. announced Monday its environmental action plan, focusing on globally reducing CO2 emissions.
Celgene purchasing API plant for $46.5 million
36,795 square foot plant is in Littleton, Colo.
Company was at center of ports-management storm earlier in year.
Move expected to impact 1,500 employees around the world.
Deal expected to close in first half of next year.
Defense Contract Management Agency says "management oversight is out of control."
Fuels made from prairie biomass reduce carbon dioxide levels in atmosphere, according to a new study.
Industrial manufacturers are being squeezed by a lack of qualified welders. By some estimates, the shortage of skilled welders will grow to 200,000 in the next few years. Now, some groups are trying to improve the recruiting process.