Detroit’s three automakers sell more than 2 million large pickups a year in the U.S., generating annual revenue of more than $90 billion, with estimated profits of at least $10,000 per truck — and even more for high-end models.
Computers (and tablets, and phones) already grab much of our attention. They might some day grab the top spot on our IndustryWeek 1000 list of the world’s largest public manufacturers ... just not yet.
Bombardier says more than half its all-new C Series aircraft is made in U.S. factories even though final assembly takes place near Montreal.
The company will cut 14,000 positions and close factories and research centers.
The French rail company sold off its power and grid businesses to GE in 2015 for almost 10 billion euros to focus more on its trains business.
“An executive compensation incentive program reliant on revenue growth solely from drug price increases is a risky and unsustainable strategy," an investor group said.
Machinery manufacturers had a down year, relatively speaking, but plenty of them are still among the biggest companies in the world.
If you purchased Apple stock for $22 per share back in December 1980, well, congratulations. You’re more lucky than shrewd.
At the top of the agenda is the fate of CEO Tom Enders, who recently warned employees to expect serious consequences from a probe into potential incidents of corruption and who is not expected to stand for a third term.
In a mission for NASA, SpaceX will reuse both a rocket and a capsule that it’s fired off before.