China To Replace Assembly Lines With 3D Printers?
December 02 2013 10:26 AM EST
U.S. manufacturers still have a technological advantage over China in 3D printing, but not for long.
UK Manufacturing Shines, Euro Zone Recovery On Track
December 02 2013 5:54 AM EST
The latest PMI data show that the UK recorded a 19-year high in output and new order growth, while the euro zone continues to recover.
ArcelorMittal, Nippon Steel To Buy ThyssenKrupp’s US Plant
November 30 2013 11:45 AM EST
The $1.55 billion deal follows an 18-month bidding process involving the world’s top steelmakers.
China's ZTE Targets $800 Million In Revenues From India Ops
November 29 2013 12:48 AM EST
The smartphone maker also plans to partner with local firms to sell 4G handsets in the subcontinent beginning next year.
Japan's Manufacturing Sector Surges But Inflation Fails To Keep Up
November 28 2013 8:00 PM EST
If export orders keep up the momentum, it may offset an expected weakening of domestic demand when Japan hikes sales tax in April 2014.
Chinese Industrial Profits Jump 13.7% In October
November 28 2013 5:03 AM EST
Aided by strong sales and improved operating margins, Chinese industry put in yet another stellar performance.
Mylan, Biocon Get Nod From Indian Drug Regulator To Sell Herceptin Biosimilar
November 27 2013 1:07 AM EST
A 12-shot course of Herceptin, which generated sales of $6.4 billion in 2012, costs about $19,200 in India.
Why Boeing May Build 777X Outside Of Puget Sound
November 25 2013 4:41 PM EST
Boeing is looking for a new manufacturing base for its new 777X aircraft, but can anyone compete with Washington state's tax break?
States Fight Over 777x Boeing Production
November 21 2013 10:15 AM EST
Alabama, Utah and California are eager to take jobs on terms that workers in Washington State rejected. Is the Mideast in the running too?
Euro Zone Manufacturing Upbeat As Service Sector Slows
November 21 2013 7:24 AM EST
Growth in the euro zone’s factory activity in November was largely confined to Germany, while the French manufacturing and service sectors contracted.
A Leaner, Meaner General Electric
November 20 2013 11:15 AM EST
Barclays analysts, among others, have changed their minds about the company since it announced details of a partial spinoff.
Israel Tests New Mid-Range Missile Defense
November 20 2013 8:09 AM EST
Israel tested its new missile defense system, David's Sling, the final piece of its multi-layered defense shield.
Deere's Q4 Sales: Will It Feel The Pinch?
November 19 2013 6:21 AM EST
The bull market in farm machinery that began seven years ago is coming to a halt, but Deere's margin is strong.
Lockheed Martin: Another Huge Job Cut
November 14 2013 10:35 AM EST
Lockheed Martin workers in at least five states will soon find themselves out of work as the military and aerospace giant deals with declining sales.
Boeing’s 777X Deal Falls Through In Washington State
November 14 2013 2:24 AM EST
The company could now be forced to turn to states without strong unions or, to Japan, where it has an offer to begin production.
Bombardier Jets Could See Big Wins At Dubai Air Show
November 13 2013 2:11 PM EST
Industrial analysts were bullish on the Canadian aircraft maker after meeting with company management on Tuesday.
Europe Industrial Data Presents Mixed Picture
November 13 2013 5:39 AM EST
Industrial production in Europe fell on a monthly basis while annual growth rate beat expectations.
Johnson & Johnson To Settle Hip Replacement Lawsuits For $4B
November 13 2013 4:46 AM EST
The settlement could be the largest liability claim deal made by a company over a medical device.
India's Auto Industry Looking At Negative Growth: Report
November 12 2013 4:48 AM EST
The expected holiday season demand for cars failed to materialize in India, pushing down sales further in October.
Ireland's Shire Buys Viropharma For $4.2B
November 11 2013 5:27 AM EST
The Pennsylvania-based rare-disease drug maker's product pipeline had reportedly attracted several suitors.