US metal products manufacturing company Arconic (formerly Alcoa) has come under scrutiny over the role of one of its products in the fatal Grenfell Tower fire in London.
A Chinese province ran the entirety of last week on 100% renewable power, demonstrating the country's commitment to green energy.
Automotive giant, Ford Motor Compay has announced the recall of more than 400,000 Ford Transit van and bus vehicles built in its Kansas City assembly plant from January 2014 to June 2017.
An automotive factory run by Honda in Japan has been forced to shut down due to the so-called ‘WannaCry’ ransomware virus.
The US is continuing the tradition of not letting politics get in the way of business, with a deal finalized last week to sell Qatar billions of dollars of fighter aircraft.
The US automotive industry has suffered its fourth straight month of declining sales with US car and truck sales falling more than expected for April.
'What if the age of offshoring has come to an end?' asks Steve Johnson, CEO of Missouri Partnership. 'What if the global market is adjusting so that reshoring (or keeping production in the US to begin with) makes the most financial sense?'
Dr Peter Colman explains that when it comes to innovation, smart companies design the product around the price.
US electronics manufacturer Apple has today announced a new fund to invest in manufacturing in the United States.
US-based automaker General Motors (GM) has announced that it will pull out of Venezuela following a lengthy legal and political fight.