New claims for U.S. unemployment insurance benefits rose modestly last week but the overall trend fell to a 15-year low, the Labor Department reported Thursday.
Initial jobless claims, a sign of the pace of layoffs, rose by 3,000 to 265,000 ...
The world's largest democracy puts out the welcome sign for manufacturing investment.
The value of recruiting women into business—including all aspects of manufacturing—has been researched to death. With a recent flurry of new attention, let's hope leaders will take action.
To see more detail about why Joe Brusuelas, chief economist at McGladrey LLP, predicts higher wages ahead, see The Real Economy: Higher Wages Ahead.
Manufacturers big and small spent a lot for a little amount of time to air their commercials during Super Bowl XLIX.
The richest's share of global wealth increased from 44% in 2009 to 48 percent in 2014 and will be more that 50% in 2016.
The U.S. is now a global energy leader, says API President Jack Gerard, and government policies should support that role through promotion of domestic oil and natural gas production and export.
A new study says 91% prefer U.S. autos, 67% choose German-made cars and 66% favor Japanese cars. Only 18% would consider a vehicle made in China.
Despite deep interethnic divisions that have endure almost 20 years after the Bosnian War, Muslim and Serb workers at the Bekto Precisa factory in Gorazde work together in harmony.