Government is urging owners of 5 million recalled Ford vehicles to bring them to dealerships to repair a cruise control switch system that has been tied to engine fires.
By Kevin Prouty, Senior Director Manufacturing Solutions, Motorola Tracking labor costs can be a very complex, time consuming and costly effort, but virtually every manufacturer already has the foundation in place today to support real-time labor tracking: their existing T&A and ERP systems.
Finance Ministry has barred investments in the Anglo-Australian mining company because of concerns over environmental damage at a mine in Indonesia.
Company said Tuesday it will shut down a paper machine producing about 430,000 tons of containerboard annually for corrugated packaging, resulting in about 60 layoffs.
Company says it will cut production on some Boeing products in response to the machinists strike at the airplane manufacturer.
Direct digital manufacturing and rapid prototyping system maker has appointed former Boeing exec to Vice President, New Business Development in Direct Digital Manufacturing.
Automaker will unveil the car-based concept vehicle at the Paris Motor show in October, as it seeks to expand its lineup of fuel-efficient, higher capacity vehicles.
Alloy maker Haynes International Inc. named Mark M. Comerford as its new president and chief executive to replace the retiring Francis Petro.
Boat maker said Monday its Chief Financial Officer Peter G. Leemputte left to take a job at another company.
Smaller increases in health insurance costs helped give U.S. workers and their families a dose of stability last year, according to the Employee Benefit Research Institute.
As part of parent company EADS' plan to seek an additional $1.42 billion in savings starting in 2010, Airbus presented new cost-cutting measures to unions Tuesday.
Chief Executive Alan Mulally said automaker's financial position and product development efforts are helping it face a slumping market at home and a slowing one abroad.
Federal judge indicated she will reject the American Trucking Associations' attempt to block a clean air program that bans older trucks from the ports of Los Angeles and Long Beach.
Eagle Ottawa officials say they'll decide by the end of the month whether their automotive hide processing business that employs 108 people will leave Waterloo.
About 150 people protest meatpacking plant JBS Swift & Co.'s accommodations for workers fasting during the Muslim observance of Ramadan.
Government-owned energy company recalled 14,000 Chinese-made uniforms after tests revealed high levels of chemicals were causing skin irritations among employees.
Chemtura Corp., buffeted by rising costs of raw materials, energy and transportation, is again increasing prices.
Research in Motion, maker of the wildly popular BlackBerry wireless device, held 53.6 percent of the U.S. smartphone market in 2Q, up from 44.5 percent in 1Q.
Company and its subsidiary R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co. cutting about 10 percent of their American work force as it restructures its portfolio.
Shift to increase advertising comes as consumers worried about rising costs eat at home more and shop with budgets in mind -- a trend that leads them to generic brands.