The Environmental Protection Agency rules proposed last year have become a top issue of concern for many farmers and landowners who say there are already too many government regulations that affect their businesses.
Attorney Kenneth Feinberg, who was hired by GM to compensate victims, updated the total on Monday. It stood at 97 deaths last week.
As the complexity of supply chains continues to increase, the consequences of recalls have become far more substantial and wide reaching than in years past.
Obama administration officials on Monday signed off on a proposal from Shell to drill in arctic Alaskan waters.
A coal-burning industrial plant that a federal official called an "environmental outlaw" has agreed to pay $12 million to settle claims that it polluted the air and water with harmful chemicals, authorities said Monday.
Mitsubishi is recalling more than 130,000 cars because of two separate issues that could lead to reduced visibility for drivers and raise the risk of a crash.
Ideally, reshoring could save companies money, said Harry Moser, the former president of machine tool company GF AgieCharmilles. Business owners need to ask themselves: “Does the overhead come down more than the labor cost goes up?”
“We wanted to see if we could build a little engine that runs almost entirely out of additive manufacturing parts,” says one of the engineers. “This was a fun side project.”
Chemists at the University of Copenhagen are attempting to develop molecules that can harvest solar energy and release it on demand.
Oregon's wine industry has come into its own in recent years, spurring the growth of wineries and newly planted acres of vineyards from the California border to the Columbia River.
The plant's initial operations will produce about 100,000 cars for U.S. dealerships and for export. It will begin with a workforce of about 2,000, although Volvo said it expects the plant to eventually employ 4,000 workers.
Automakers are looking to China, the biggest auto market by number of vehicles sold, to drive future revenue, but sales growth has declined steadily as the country's economic expansion cools.
Four of the nearly 50 self-driving cars now rolling around California have gotten into accidents since September, when the state began issuing permits for companies to test them on public roads.
Nelson provided insight into the 900 MHz Ethernet and the manufacturing sector.
If Obama receives fast track authority, which previous presidents have enjoyed, he's expected to ask Congress to approve a 12-nation trade pact called the Trans-Pacific Partnership. Here are five things to know about the trade debate.
In 2006, Bridgestone/Firestone warned its more than 1,600 employees it couldn't cope with the foreign competition in the replacement market for the small-sized tires it made at the plant.
The nation's first unmanned aircraft business park currently under construction in North Dakota has a second major defense contractor interested in setting up shop.
The outbreak — and the FDA's lack of knowledge of the bacteria found in the plant — is a stark illustration of gaps in the nation's food safety system. Food contamination often isn't discovered until people get sick or die.
Mark Parker, chief executive officer at Nike, talks with Stephanie Ruhle about how the athletic apparel maker would benefit from the Trans Pacific Partnership trade agreement, the company’s overseas production and their plans for digital consumables.
The fast-approaching battle with so-called kayaktivists is unfolding in a city well-known for embracing environmental causes, laying bare the high-stakes feud over oil exploration in the icy waters off Alaska.