Tesla delivered more vehicles than it produced for the first time in almost two years and raised sales guidance for its established Model S and X vehicles. The heralded Model 3, however, made up a tiny percentage of the total.
Robust order growth and healthy production pushed the Institute for Supply Management index to record levels.
"We decided today that we want to construct the first steelworks in Europe in 40 years," said Austrian steelmaker Voestalpine CEO Wolfgang Eder.
Black & Blaze Coffee Roasting Co. packs the order and drones then fly to four fixed spots in inner-city Zurich, landing on the roofs of Mercedes-Benz Vito vans, which carry the parcel the last stretch.
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While more than 9,000 companies globally have pledged to support UN sustainable-development goals such, one-third haven’t set any measurable targets and just 55% are monitoring progress.
Apple is in talks to invest about $3 billion in Toshiba Corp.’s memory chips business as part of a consortium led by Bain Capital, reports indicate.
Trump’s executive order could strengthen the effects of rising prices and wage costs.
Communicating early and often to supply chain partners can alleviate the impact of storms on the supply chain.
Start-and-stop factory operations are the new normal for Hyundai Motor Co. as Chinese buyers shun the automaker.