Detroit, the birthplace of American automotive ingenuity, has filed for bankruptcy. The filing is the largest municipal bankruptcy case in U.S. history. The move toward restructuring may not come as a surprise to some, being the culmination of a half-year's worth of financial...
Manufacturers and construction firms were busier than expected the past two months, raising hopes that the government's critical report on job growth could provide more evidence of an economy gaining momentum. Manufacturing activity grew last month at the fastest pace since...
NTN Corporation has developed the "Super Low Friction Hub Bearing" with 33 percent lower rotational friction that contributes to better fuel efficiency and lower CO2 emissions of automobiles.
Schaeffler has reorganized in Asia in a move it says will "strengthen its organizational set-up in Asia." The company's organizations in China, India and the remaining countries in Asia will be separated as of Jan.1, 2014. Up to now those countries were consolidated...
From a single crystal, sheets of sapphire are being produced that provide increased protection for troops and for military and commercial equipment. At Saint-Gobain Crystal's Milford manufacturing plant, protective transparent armor is...
The assembly lines are cranking: Manufacturing activity expanded for the sixth consecutive month in November, according to the Institute for Supply Management's purchasing managers' index. ISM's manufacturing PMI hit 57.3 in November,...
The American manufacturing industry appears to be getting back some of its mojo. After slumping in the spring, a key measure of U.S. factory activity increased for the sixth straight month in November, reaching its highest level in 2...
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