UK oil and gas production grew by more than 10% in 2015, the first increase in 15 years, however major challenges remain, according to Oil & Gas UK’s Economic Report 2016 published today (September 27, 2016).
In 2012, Apple paid approximately $6bn in US Corporate Tax on a reported US pretax income of $19bn. This in the words of Apple CEO, Tim Cook, at a Senate subcommittee in Taxes, 30.5% or around 2.5% of the total Corporate Tax revenue raised in the US.
The Manufacturer has revealed the shortlisted companies for this year’s prestigious TMMX Awards.
Supermeat, an Israeli food technology startup, want to produce and sell meat but without the need for the slaughter of animals.
The UK’s Brexit referendum vote to leave the EU has created quite a stir in global financial markets.
GSK has declared a further multi-million pound UK investment less than a week after the pharmaceutical giant announced a £275m investment into its UK manufacturing sites.
Everywhere in the Western world, it seems as though, according to Oxford Economics modelling, that the construction industry is finally growing once again after the market worked its way back from the Global Financial Crisis.
The spotlight on R&D and innovation, which has historically been synonymous with multi-nationals, has shifted more recently towards small and medium-sized businesses, according to The State of Engineering 2015 report. Dr Graeme Malcolm shares his experiences of bringing the SolsTiS to market through building his own business M-Squared Lasers.
A select number of leaders from across the industrial landscape came together to discover how advanced technologies are helping manufacturers adopt servitization.
John Reid took over Michelin’s ailing Dundee tyre plant in 2010 and not only saved it from closure, but turned it into a world-leader. He told Editor-at-large Nick Peters how he did it.