If you can't stand the heat, stay out of the kitchen. It may be an old adage, but five minutes in a bustling kitchen leaves little doubt that it's also literally true. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, restaurants spend approximately...
The U.S. has become more competitive with other nations in manufacturing costs over the past decade. Producing goods remains less expensive in emerging nations such as China and Thailand than in the U.S., according to data from Boston Consulting Group, but the gap has closed:...
Chinese manufacturers that set up factories in the United States could help create local jobs and win-win situation for the world's two largest economies, two U.S. mayors said in Washington recently. The genuine dialogue of doing business...
The U.S. government posted a budget deficit of $139 billion in May, 11 percent higher than a year ago and above economists' expectations, partly because of temporary calendar adjustments, the Treasury Department said recently.
Manufacturers in the U.S. boosted production in May for the first time in three months, signaling the worst of the industrial slump is over. Factory output climbed 0.1 percent after dropping 0.4 percent in April and 0.3 percent in March, according to Federal Reserve data...
Although the market for smart grid technologies is already established, representing more than $33 billion in revenue in 2012, it has grown with little contribution from a number of countries with populations greater than...
Which parts of the world are leading the way on energy production and global-warming policy? And what can the United States learn from them? Countries around the world are showing great potential for producing significant amounts of oil and natural gas, including Brazil,...
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