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The Trump administration wants to make the U.S. more coal-friendly, but many plants that once created power from coal have already left the industry.
by Newsy
10:31am
10.17.2017
Bayer said Friday it's working with authorities with the aim of closing the deal by early 2018.
by The Associated Press
10:04am
10.13.2017
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The Madison facility was home to Oscar Mayer since 1919 and in the 1970s employed up to 4,000 people.
10:54am
10.12.2017
A Foxconn Medical Group official says no decision will be made on whether the electronics giant will open a secondary facility in Wisconsin until next year.
by The Associated Press
2:45pm
10.11.2017
Honeywell International Inc. expects the restructuring will be completed by the end of next year.
by The Associated Press
10:32am
10.10.2017
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The addition of Trian's Ed Garden potentially signals GE's shift toward a leaner, industrial player that the investment fund has been pushing for years.
by The Associated Press
3:30pm
10.9.2017
The high-speed rail authority's board will vote Oct. 19 on whether to approve a $30 million contract with DB Engineering & Consulting USA.
by Kathleen Ronayne, Associated Press
2:51pm
10.9.2017
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The plant, the largest industrial complex in the state, could eventually employ 13,000 people.
by The Associated Press
10:39am
10.5.2017
An explosion at an Eastman Chemical plant in Kingsport released large plumes of black smoke on Wednesday morning.
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2:57pm
10.4.2017
Harris Corp. has been awarded a contract extension to provide radios to the Navy for the next five years.
by The Associated Press
2:52pm
10.4.2017
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He said he was impressed by the talent at Ford, but wants to update factories and speed product development and decision-making.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
10:28am
10.4.2017
Jeff Immelt reshaped GE after taking over from legendary CEO Jack Welch.
by The Associated Press
12:50pm
10.3.2017
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Tesla said it delivered 220 Model 3 cars in the quarter.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
10:32am
10.3.2017
A Texas chemical plant where flooding during Harvey caused multiple explosions is under criminal investigation.
by The Associated Press
2:57pm
10.2.2017
This is another effort by VW to attract new customers and recover from a 2015 emissions-cheating scandal.
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
10:19am
10.2.2017
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Satya Nadella took over Microsoft nearly three years ago. But he never expected to have to take public positions on controversial issues.
by CNNMoney
3:42pm
9.29.2017
Since job cuts from the Dow-DuPont merger were announced in 2015, analysts have fretted over a coming “death of innovation.”
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3:38pm
9.29.2017
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Both companies make sleek, high-speed trains that go fast enough to compete with airline travel.
by David McHugh & Sylvie Corbet, Associated Press
2:26pm
9.28.2017
The sale of Toshiba Memory Corp. is priced at $18 billion.
by Yuri Kageyama, AP Business Writer
10:18am
9.28.2017
The spinoff may become more common in the auto industry as companies separate older businesses from their more advanced technology wings.
by The Associated Press
3:03pm
9.27.2017
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One of the largest vehicles in the world, the RK 5000 is a bucket chain excavator that removes rocks and dirt from the ground.
by Tech Insider
2:43pm
9.26.2017
Tyson Foods is reportedly reconsidering the proposed site of a chicken processing plant amid opposition from local residents and elected officials.
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10:11am
9.26.2017
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On Sept. 7, some kind of mechanical problem triggered a hydrogen leak and subsequent fire at the $2.5 billion polysilicon plant.
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10:28am
9.25.2017
Currently under construction near Charleston, South Carolina, the plant is scheduled to open in late 2018.
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11:03am
9.21.2017
British manufacturer Unison Ltd. this month announced plans to expand overseas with a new plant in southern Virginia.
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10:19am
9.21.2017
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Thyssenkrupp and Tata Steel signed a preliminary deal on Wednesday to merge their European steel operations.
by Geir Moulson, Associated Press
2:52pm
9.20.2017
Toshiba has been battered by massive losses related to its U.S. nuclear operations at Westinghouse Electric Co., which filed for bankruptcy earlier this year.
by Yuri Kageyama, AP Business Writer
10:11am
9.20.2017
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The U.S. government received reports of spills at one of Houston's dirtiest Superfund toxic waste sites after the rains from Hurricane Harvey stopped.
by Michael Biesecker & Frank Bajak, The Associated Press
10:39am
9.19.2017
The first task under the architect-engineering contract is for almost $1 million in construction at Portsmouth Naval Shipyard in Kittery.
by The Associated Press
2:44pm
9.18.2017
The move comes as the world's largest food company narrows its focus on high-growth segments.
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1:55pm
9.15.2017
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