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The company is unveiling a new manufacturing center and plans to hire more than 100 additional production workers at two locations in Maine.
by David Sharp, Associated Press
2:19pm
8.17.2017
Hackett said spending on the future is small compared with how much Ford spends on car and truck development.
by Tom Krisher, AP Auto Writer
10:25am
8.17.2017
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One of the nation's largest military shipyards is paying back the federal government in an overbilling settlement.
by The Associated Press
2:45pm
8.15.2017
Gov. Roy Cooper announced Friday the company is expanding its plant in Oxford to produce more Elizabeth Arden products.
by The Associated Press
3:15pm
8.14.2017
Nissan officials called the deal a "win-win" for both the automaker and its subsidiary.
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10:45am
8.11.2017
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Maven Gig is going nationwide.
by The Associated Press
10:19am
8.10.2017
The electric vehicle maker announced plans to sell $1.5 billion in debt as it dramatically bolsters its production.
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2:55pm
8.9.2017
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Boston-based GE announced Tuesday that its plant in the Rochester Science Park will close by June.
by The Associated Press
10:13am
8.9.2017
As part of a plea agreement, he faces up to 37 months in prison.
by The Associated Press
1:45pm
8.8.2017
Firefighters worked for hours to cool the glass so it wouldn't destroy beams and collapse the building.
by The Associated Press
9:58am
8.8.2017
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Media reports have said the companies self-reported as a way of limiting any fines if they are found to have restrained competition.
by The Associated Press
3:07pm
8.7.2017
Twelve dock workers and a firefighter sustained minor to mild injuries after a container ship leaked a hazardous material in the Port of Long Beach.
by The Associated Press
10:27am
8.7.2017
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Collaborative robots can be deployed in virtually any facility and bolster the efficiency of human workers.
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11:09am
8.4.2017
From Brazil to Pennsylvania, local governments have announced large investments by Foxconn. But a number of them have yet to happen.
by CNNMoney
10:27am
8.4.2017
CEO Elon Musk said investors should have "zero concern" about whether Tesla will be able to make 10,000 Model 3s per week by next year.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
10:16am
8.3.2017
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John Flannery officially started his new job Tuesday, succeeding Jeffrey Immelt.
by The Associated Press
2:51pm
8.2.2017
Chief executive Dave Burritt said the company expects to earn $300 million this year if market conditions remain similar to today.
by The Associated Press
2:45pm
8.2.2017
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Musk said around 500,000 people worldwide have already put down a $1,000 deposit to reserve a Model 3.
by Dee-Ann Durbin, AP Auto Writer
10:44am
7.31.2017
The Tesla Model 3 isn’t just a new electric car, it’s the culmination of over a decade of careful strategic planning.
by WIRED
10:15am
7.28.2017
Siemens and Bombardier are reportedly close to forming joint ventures focused on train production.
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11:18am
7.27.2017
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Tesla has decided to discontinue the cheapest variation of its Model S — the Model S 75 RWD.
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11:25am
7.26.2017
Caterpillar recorded a very strong second quarter with demand beginning to the rise after the company cut costs vigorously.
by The Associated Press
3:06pm
7.25.2017
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The plan to build a U.S. display panel factory has sparked a flurry of lobbying by states vying to land the once-in-a-generation prize.
by David Eggert, The Associated Press
10:16am
7.24.2017
Exxon Mobil Corp. must pay a $2 million fine for showing "reckless disregard" for U.S. sanctions.
by Josh Lederman & Matthew Lee, The Associated Press
10:55am
7.21.2017
Despite strong demand in Europe, Asia and Russia, faltering sales in North America prompted a sharp fall in the company's share price.
by Matti Huuhtanen, Associated Press
2:24pm
7.20.2017
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DuraFiber says it employs approximately 800 people at the three plants.
by The Associated Press
2:49pm
7.17.2017
The Kalashnikov rifle is one of the most abundant firearms ever made, but the company behind the iconic weapon is fighting its own battles.
by The Wall Street Journal
2:35pm
7.17.2017
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The Seattle e-commerce giant reportedly began hiring tech experts to make house calls in select West Coast markets.
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10:13am
7.14.2017
The firm said that it "has irretrievably lost confidence" in supervisory board chairman Antony Burgmans.
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11:32am
7.13.2017
Critics complained that the project would devastate neighborhoods, marshlands and tourist attractions in Connecticut and Rhode Island.
by Michael R. Sisak, Associated Press
3:11pm
7.12.2017
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