In this episode, improving industrial maintenance with drones and trapping waste energy to power wearables.
President Trump's history as a developer could prompt his administration to take a closer look at workplace safety regulations than previous...
The Washington Post reports that Trump's transition team sought three to five projects from each state, but that most states submitted many more.
Officials said that the change would simplify the cereal giant's operations and reduce costs.
The parcel giant UPS plans to implement solar energy systems in at least eight additional U.S. facilities by the end of the year.
In this episode, artificial skin inspired by snakes and building a reliable wireless factory.
GE plans to cut about one-third of the workforce at its four-year-old locomotive plant in Fort Worth in the next eight weeks.
The initiative aims to take advantage of the growth of e-commerce, which accounted for an estimated $2 trillion in retail sales last year.
The controversial North Dakota oil pipeline project cleared a significant hurdle this week and could set the stage for additional protests and court battles.
The solar energy industry now employs more than 260,000 workers in the U.S.
Jaguar Land Rover would see by far the largest impact at an average increase of $17,000 per vehicle — more than double that of second-place Volvo.
The Bastian acquisition, Toyota officials said, would mark its full-scale entry into the North American logistics market.
The e-commerce giant announced last week their plans to establish a centralized air cargo hub for its new Prime Air fleet near Cincinnati.
The e-commerce giant apparently believes that robots could one day help pack cargo for shipping.
The latest monthly supply survey conducted by the Institute for Supply Management showed strong economic indicators for the nation's manufacturing sector.
The Japanese conglomerate will reportedly soon announce plans to abandon new construction of nuclear power plants.
Amazon joined a chorus of tech companies in opposition to President Trump's executive order on immigration.
Both Japanese automakers reported that their January sales increased by about 6 percent over the same month last year.
SpaceX is reportedly resuming launches from Florida's Space Coast some five months after an explosion at its Cape Canaveral launch pad.
The owner of Guinness plans to open the Irish brewer's first U.S. facility in more than 60 years.
Tesla could soon enable more owners of its electric vehicles to make repairs in the comfort of their own garages.
On Tuesday, Shell announced an agreement to sell its interest in 10 assets in the North Sea's oil fields for as much as $3.8 billion.
It's not the first time that Trump attempted to take credit for business decisions made in the wake of his election.
Smaller companies could be vulnerable due to a lack of domestic manufacturing capabilities, among other factors.
The initiative would also enable policymakers to discuss regulatory issues and provide a resource for the private sector.
The election comes after years of battles between the aerospace giant and the union.
The manufacturing sector saw union membership fall from 9.4 percent in 2015 to 8.9 last year.
Protesters planned rallies at Nissan dealerships in cities across the southern U.S. amid criticism of working conditions at its Mississippi auto plant.
Volkswagen announced this week that an innovative new windshield could help make vehicle ice scrapers a thing of the past.
Last year, Amazon reportedly began coordinating shipments of ocean freight as it continues to build up its global shipping operations.
The developer of the country's first offshore wind farm plans to open a second, larger complex in five years' time.
Amazon reached agreements with top automotive suppliers in recent months.
State policymakers are responding to the Trump administration's call to submit high-priority infrastructure projects.
On Tuesday, President Trump signed executive orders that revived two controversial oil pipeline projects that were rejected by his predecessor.
The Princeton project is part of $10 billion in planned investments in Toyota's U.S. plants over the next five years.
The agreement was unofficially dead for months, and Trump's executive order was largely seen as a formality.
A SpaceX rocket launch scheduled for early next month will not be followed by an attempt to safely land the rocket back on Earth.
President Donald Trump met with executives from more than a dozen prominent companies on Monday.
Taiwanese electronics giant Foxconn, which produces most of the world's iPhones at its plants in China, is considering building a new U.S. plant amid an...