Boeing's Super Hornet and Lockheed Martin’s F-35 are vastly different fighters with distinctive roles in America’s arsenal, according to Representative Kay Granger, chairwoman of the Defense Appropriations subcommittee....More
Mendel endured the collapse of the U.S. market eight years ago, an earthquake and tsunami in Japan that crippled factory production in 2011, and record recalls of Takata Corp. air bags that have hit Honda hardest....More
A whopping 80% of middle-market businesses said they were optimistic about the economy. That’s up from 39% last year and reflects a sea change in sentiment that’s swept through the ranks of corporate America since the November election....More
Last year, the United Nations celebrated International Women’s Day under the official theme “Planet 50-50 by 2030: Step It Up for Gender Equality”. One industry that is still a long way from gender equality is the tech industry....More
U.S. manufacturers consumed $176.04 million worth of cutting tools during December 2016, +4.4% from November, +12.5% than December 2015, and bringing total 2016 consumption to $2.042 billion, 4.3% lower than the 12-month total for 2015....More
Automaker Proton needs to bring in a foreign partner to help in research and development as part of conditions it agreed to in order to get a 1.25 billion-ringgit (US$280 million) loan last year....More
“Our intention was to proceed on a friendly basis, but it was made clear Unilever did not wish to pursue a transaction. It is best to step away early so both companies can focus on their own independent plans to generate value.”...More
"We are seeing signs that after several years of steep declines key agricultural markets may be stabilizing," CEO Sam Allen said." Deere continues to perform far better than in agricultural downturns of the past."...More
Ever since a critical tweet in December, Boeing has managed to get on the administration’s good side, with CEO Dennis Muilenburg named to Donald Trump’s manufacturing council, establishing a direct line to the Oval Office....More
The shortsighted insistence that a specific ROI be required of each and every element of the organization is simply an admission by leadership that it just doesn't understand strategy and is too lazy to figure it out....More
A new report from the Economic Policy Institute finds, "Due to the trade deficit with China 3.4 ...
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