The President wants to stimulate at least $1.5 trillion in new investment, shorten project permitting time to two years, invest in rural projects and improve worker training — but approval faces an uphill path.
The court showdown captivated Silicon Valley during a year in which Uber weathered multiple scandals, and ultimately resulted in Uber handing over 0.34% of equity to the Alphabet-operated Waymo.
Global steel mills are enjoying bumper profits after a government crackdown on bloated capacity in China cut exports from the world’s biggest supplier and pushed up prices. ArcelorMittal and Posco both also enjoyed big quarters.
The latest GDP report showed corporate outlays for equipment sprinted ahead in Q4 at the fastest rate in more than three years.
Bolstered by strong domestic demand and surging trade worldwide, manufacturing has been driving Germany’s economic boom — and the upturn is set to continue in coming months after orders rose 3.8% in December.
SpaceX plans to launch its Falcon Heavy this afternoon, and Elon Musk guarantees it will be exciting — either an exciting success or an exciting failure.
Apple is repatriating hundreds of billions of dollars, Lockheed Martin is earmarking cash for its pensioners, AT&T handed out thousand-dollar bonuses for employees, and more.
Asia Pacific is likely to have 3.5 billion passengers by 2036, and Boeing estimates the area will need 16,050 new aircraft valued at $2.5 trillion.
CEO Dale Crownover outlines initiatives his company has implemented in pursuit of environmental excellence and challenges other manufacturing leaders to do the same.
American manufacturers know what the worst of times looked like. Are the best of times ahead?