Global markets bounced back Tuesday after China's central bank cut its key interest rate to support growth in the world's second-largest economy.
The factory will be just over a million square-feet with the upcoming expansion.
Chipotle hopes to counter a tightening labor market with an unconventional hiring pitch.
Prosecutors alleged that between 2008 and 2012 Sandia used funding to lobby Congress and federal agencies to renew its $2.4 billion annual contract with the Energy Department's National Nuclear Security Administration.
"Right now, the state of U.S. manufacturing is not a pretty picture."
The Model S P85D went from zero to 60 miles per hour in 3.5 seconds.
Betty Liu reports on the revamping of Tesla's showrooms.
This doesn’t change the robot’s operation path, just its speed and sequence.
She Beverage Co. of Lancaster, California, applied in December to register "The Queen of Beer" phrase with the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Japan also sent up 12 mice aboard as part of an aging study.
This would create the second-biggest utility company in the U.S. by customer base.
Microsoft’s Colin Masson discusses why Industrial IoT is the next big thing.
It’s an exciting time to be in manufacturing, but that means change in the industry — and lots of it.
Lycos has moved into the wearables space with its Lycos Life line.
The West Hartford-based company is trying to eliminate $350 million in debt to creditors.
An explosion at a chemical plant in eastern China killed one person less than two weeks after a similar disaster at a chemical warehouse in Tianjin.
Among the dead from the Aug. 12 disaster are 67 firefighters.
North Dakota is leading a lawsuit challenging an Obama administration rule.
The information also raises more questions about whether enough was done to prevent it.