Toyota is banking on the demand for robot helpers to grow.
Boeing could move some of its operations overseas.
It would be a major shift for both the e-commerce giant and the grocery industry.
Shell expects to eliminate 6,500 staff and contractor positions this year.
At present, China’s Tianhe-2 holds the title of the world’s most powerful computer.
The worker died while pressurizing a plastic beer keg with air.
The decision was a victory for the United States, AK Steel and Allegheny Ludlum.
PayScale tracks wages across industries, showing change over time.
The plant processes midstream cryogenic natural gas for Southcross.
Industry layoffs seem to be accelerating as oil prices droop.
It plans to spend $130 million to install four state-of-the-art lines in Salinas.
Can products that ditch the chemicals still remain effective?
Aircraft Industries has a history of making small turboprops that can handle extreme conditions.
A reminder of why it’s important to read the fine print.
Microsoft says it's releasing the software in waves to make sure downloads go smoothly.
Authorities used boats, personal watercraft, poles and their bare hands to remove protesters.
Critics accused the Obama administration of attempting to circumvent Congress' directives.
More than 20 industries are permitted by the FAA to operate drones commercially.
Here’s a look at how women are faring in manufacturing, by the numbers.
The Haynes Automobile Co.'s four-story brick building dates to 1916.
Lack of control is the main issue for drivers who prefer no self-driving capability.
Engineers at the giant social network say they've built a drone with a 140-foot wingspan.
The 2015 report surveyed 116 manufacturers and distributors.
A panel has approved legislation that would lift the 40-year-old ban on crude oil exports.