The United States lost 35,931 manufacturing establishments in the wake of the Great Recession, according to the 2012 Economic Census advance report issued today by the U.S. Census Bureau.
Manufacturing establishments fell from 332,536 in 2007 ...
When you see the phrase “little changed” in an employment situation report from the federal government, you know there is also little to celebrate...
Expansion to historically low-cost countries should be pursued only for revenue-enhancing reasons.
Seven charts in this infographic tell the story of where, why and how the manufacturing sector impacts the U.S. economy.
Activists say Oct. 26 was chosen as a "symbolic" date as part of efforts first launched more than a decade ago to press for the right to drive.
Rival General Motors was much faster to move into the Asian market and is expected to sell more than three million vehicles in China alone this year.
A message writ large about manufacturing and industry deserves our attention.
OPEC also kept its world economic growth forecasts unchanged: at 2.9% for this year, followed by 3.5% in 2014.
China will need 5,580 new airplanes worth $780 billion by 2032, 16% of the world total, the Seattle-based company said at a briefing in Beijing.