Jay Timmons, president and CEO of the National Association of Manufacturers, talks about ozone regulations, corporate taxes and manufacturing's role in the public dialogue during the upcoming U.S. presidential campaign.
IndustryWeek talks with Subaru America VP and CIO Brian Simmermon about Subaru’s IT transformation, and the changes in his role from behind the scenes to what’s under the dash as the auto industry increasingly focuses on...
Henry Bzeih, CTO for Kia Motors America, says the biggest challenge right now with connected vehicles is getting two tons of moving parts to work as smoothly as a smartphone.
Freudenberg chief executive Mohsen Sohi shares his thoughts on leadership, manufacturing as a profession, talent management and diversity.
Surrounded by Microsoft minds, Çağlayan Arkan has as good a grip as anyone on what is happening today in every corner of the industry — and, more exciting, what is to come.
Alan Kestenbaum has mixed entrepreneurial boldness and financial discipline to take Globe Specialty Metals from bankruptcy to an industry powerhouse.
How a company, led by a visionary leader, is bringing high-volume, mass-market bicycle manufacturing back to America. First of two parts. Read the second part: Kent International is Ready to Reshore More Bicycle Component Manufacturing.
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John Gatti takes the helm of ICCNexergy+Palladium Energy as the recently merged firm gears up to meet the demands of a world gone mobile.
How to ensure a bright future for U.S. manufacturing? Commit to strengthening small manufacturers and pay high-skilled workers what they're worth, says Susan Helper of the U.S. Department of Commerce.