Sportswear manufacturer Adidas is returning its production to Germany for the first time in more than 20 years.
Steel companies across the world are urging G7 leaders meeting in Japan to act together to prevent Chinese steel being dumped unfairly, distorting markets across the globe.
The world’s largest concentrated solar power plant was shut down last week after a small fire broke out at the Ivanpah Solar Electric Generating System, located near the California-Nevada border.
Aerospace manufacturer Boeing announced yesterday that it had signed a massive new deal to sell aircraft to VietJet, Vietnam’s sole privately-owned airline.
A lawsuit against the maker of an assault rifle used in the Sandy Hook shooting massacre in the US has been allowed to proceed by a Connecticut court.
Atos and The Manufacturer have launched a brand new series of “Industry Insight” videos, featuring exclusive insight from key players in the market.
Last week, Amazon announced the release of its AWS IoT Button, which the company hopes will make bespoke IoT automation easier to implement for mainstream users.
India’s first ever indigenously manufactured spacecraft was successfully tested today.
Well known as having a very enterprising population, in both good and bad ways, it should not be surprising that Nigeria's largest city, Lagos, may soon be home to one of the world's most innovative transportation systems.
Maven, GM's car sharing alternative to standard car rentals, has reached an important milestone for the company with vehicles used through the service having been driven more than 1 million miles.