America's top three automakers said the month started slowly but sales began to recover in the second half, a sign that fears of a broader auto sales slowdown may be unfounded.
The Commerce Department says that spending rose 0.4 percent in January following a tiny 0.1 percent gain in December.
Allen says this year will be pivotal for the company as lower demand for farm equipment cuts sales but he is optimistic demand for construction equipment and other advanced machinery will strengthen.
Buffett says the economy continues the steady improvement that began in fall of 2009 and he remains optimistic about the future.
Chrysler and Nissan each posted double-digit U.S. sales gains last month as they convinced buyers to buy pickups and small SUVs.
China's manufacturing weakened in February and employers cut staff at the fastest rate in nearly five years, a survey showed Monday.
European automakers are putting their longest ever market slump in the rear view mirror, shifting from survival to revival as they head into the Geneva Auto Show.
There is simply no rebranding effort where the stakes are not extraordinarily high and the margin for error is slim at best.
Gov. Otter signed a bill that imposes jail time and fines against people who secretly film animal abuse at Idaho's agricultural facilities.
President Obama is challenging Congress to help him create jobs and rebuild the nation's infrastructure.
Buffett says it's clear that railroad tank cars carrying crude oil need to be updated because oil from certain regions has the potential to be more dangerous than previously thought.
Engine maker and its joint venture Cummins Westport Inc. are recalling 25,013 engines because cold weather could cause a sensor to fail, resulting in an exhaust fire.
Academics emphasized the necessity of collaboration between government, private sector and standards bodies in compiling the Internet of Things (IoT) through technical solutions and regulations while preserving security and privacy at a recent workshop.
Mattel Inc. has made a friendly takeover offer for Canadian toy maker Mega Brands Inc., which has the world's No. 2 line of construction sets after Lego.
Subaru is projecting the investment will add 50 full-time jobs at the factory, but that's down from the 900 new jobs expected when the company announced the project.
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A rising stock market and a more optimistic outlook among younger Americans pushed up a measure of U.S. consumer sentiment in February.
When Boa-Franc, a leading North American manufacturer of pre-finished hardwood floors, was looking to enhance its ERP and CRM software, it partnered with Edgewater Fullscope for help with Microsoft Dynamics AX and Dynamics CRM.
Companies are looking for ways to make their supply chains more efficient, cost-effective, and competitive. More suppliers and partners are involved in the inbound supply chain than ever, and manual processes are becoming too complicated to continue. Risk and volatility is driving up transportation spend, landed costs, and expenses related to supply chain disruption as companies struggle to become agile in an environment that demands it.
The donation comes as Google and other technology companies face criticism over private buses they use to pick up employees in San Francisco.