A former Volkswagen CEO and chairman, and still a key shareholder, Piech has rekindled accusations that top managers knew about rigged diesel engines months before the manufacturer admitted it.
IndustryWeek salutes six manufacturing facilities across North America that combine talent, technology and operational excellence to deliver winning performances.
Two days after Key Safety Systems emerged as the leading restructuring sponsor, shares of the embattled airbag maker dropped the daily maximum on speculation that it might have to go through court-led bankruptcy.
Ningbo Joyson Electronic Corp.’s foray in Japan is the latest example of Chinese companies’ growing ambitions overseas as economic growth slows at home.
After months of investigation, the South Korean tech giant will announce that the fires and overheating that forced it to scrap its Note 7 line were caused by batteries that didn’t fit properly in the phones.
This fourth and final article in a series from APQC examines the relationship between employee training and incentives, and the financial benefits of quality. ...
“We need to put our egos aside,” said Nadav Zafrir, CEO of Team8, who commanded a unit of the Israel Defense Force. “The level of collaboration in the world of cyber attackers would blow your mind.”
This third article in a series from APQC discusses the relationship between quality training for suppliers and the financial benefits of quality...
Even if the company is hit with a $1 billion fine, investors are reportedly “thinking Takata could actually make it through this somehow.”