Workforce and skills
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) in the US has launched a national program called Degrees@Work which offers US dealership employees, and their immediate families, debt-free college education with Strayer University.
Bombardier CEO, Alain Bellemare, has asked Ottawa for money to help the struggling trains and planes manufacturer.
Stratasys, the maker of 3D printing and additive manufacturing solutions, has introduced a new soluble support material that is designed to significantly reduces the time and manpower required to clean 3D printed models.
Most people don’t recognise the value of translation until they can’t understand something. When over 80% of people say they are more likely to purchase a product that’s presented to them in their own language, there can be no shortcuts.
As digital technology ushers in a fourth industrial revolution, Thilo Stieber asks what it means for the workforce. Will we all be working with robots?
Boeing employees and retirees have reached a final settlement of $57m in the 401k excessive fees case, Spano versus Boeing.
The third quarter of 2015 experienced a record $52bn (£34.5bn) in merger and acquisitions (M&A) activity for the defence and aerospace industry.
As a part of its continued expansion into the aerospace sector, lightweight metals specialist, Alcoa, last Thursday officially opened its new US jet engine parts manufacturing facility in La Porte, Indiana.
Design team leader at Owen Mumford, Myles Whiting lifts the curtain and provides an exclusive backstage view of how the R&D department within a successful medical device manufacturer works.
Bridgestone, the world's largest tire manufacturer, has purchased auto parts retailer Pep Boys for $835m to help expand its US retail presence.