News on Manufacturing
No one buys a Mustang for its tech, but it's there, including a racing app and awesome pony projection lights.
But innovation speed mustn't come at the cost of aircraft safety, EADS CEO Tom Enders said at the Cebit opening ceremony.
Warner Thomas, CEO of Louisiana's (U.S.) largest healthcare system, pointed to airlines, banks and online retailers as examples of how the healthcare industry should implement technology, cut costs and improve the customer experience.
Internal Services Segment To Lead The Growth Segment This Year
Oracle has received a loan from the state of Oregon contingent on adding 130 jobs there and retaining 300 more.
Apple will begin manufacturing one of its existing Mac lines in the United States next year, CEO Tim Cook told several news organizations—a move that may address fierce criticism over the company’s overseas manufacturing processes.
Minerals from the Congo and nearby areas may be used in the manufacturing of electronics.
A Samsung supplier in China allegedly employs workers under the age of 16, according to a labor watchdog group, which found the student workers earn about US$1 an hour.
Reluctance to add to staff results from increasing use of outsourcing, Computer Economics president says.
Swiss scientists find a way to treat spinal cord injuries and have disabled rats walking within weeks.