Royal Dutch Shell owns 78 percent stake in Shell Canada.
Ford plans to restate more than five years of earning.
Nissan will make cars for Suzuki; possible collaboration in India, also.
Wall Street pulled back Friday as a lackluster profit report and forecast from Caterpillar Inc. curtailed investor enthusiasm a day after the Dow Jones industrial average closed above 12,000 for the first time.
Forty million earmarked to help workers update job skills.
Coffeyville Resources announced Friday that the company has marked one year without a lost-time accident. The total time equates to approximately 657,000 employee hours.
Two billionaires looking to make a bid to buy car business from struggling Ford Motor Co.
Investment of $400 million will boost capacity to 1,180 megawatts.
In today’s fast-paced society, speed is a way of life. This is also the case in the industrial automation market, as an increase in speed results in an increase in production rates.
EPA and Jenkins Brick partnered on Landfill Methane Outreach Program.
The Board of Directors of Tata Steel has approved the acquisition of Corus Group for $8.05 billion.
Highest injury and illness rates for manufacturing reported in transporation equipment, fabricated metal production and food industries.
Eleven organizations will receive aid to promote high-tech jobs.
Federal Reserve survey indicates steady pace for manufacturing activity, with some growth in new orders, shipments and employment.
Cancer deaths among U.S. computer manufacturing employees are significantly higher than the general population according to a study released Thursday.
The Conference Board announced Thursday that the U.S. leading index increased 0.1 percent in September, after declines in July and August.
Companies will develop a 3rd-generation, 1,000 MW nuclear power plant.
Affected vehicles were sold in North America, Japan, Taiwan and Singapore.
Company files air permit for possible facility in Crestline, Ohio