David Farr, CEO of Emerson Electric and chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers talks manufacturing renaissance.
The longer they influence their chosen fields, the more difficult it is to ignore the obvious: Elon Musk and President Trump are a lot more alike than they are different.
David Farr, CEO of Emerson Electric and chairman of the National Association of Manufacturers, says the Trump boom and tax cuts are working out for American manufacturers.
American consumers increasingly expect customization in the products they buy, from smartphones to automobiles. But they don’t necessarily expect manufacturers to be able to deliver the true levels of individuality that shoppers desire.
A decade ago, the recreational-vehicle industry was sipping fumes. Today, RV makers are enjoying a robust multi-year recovery in their industry. Thor Industries, one of the industry's biggest players, explains how they turned it around.
The most salient point for other CEOs in the contrast between Patrick Doyle’s departure at Domino's and Papa John Schnatter’s downfall has to do with how each chief treated his own role in creating and sustaining the company’s success.
Sergio Marchionne had to leave the top spot at Fiat Chrysler without ensuring the long-term viability of the company’s brands, products and workforce. Even still, his failings won’t tarnish the remarkable legacy of Marchionne’s nine years at the helm of America’s No. 3 automaker
Autocar has found a way to thrive even without a trillion-dollar package to rebuild America’s infrastructure. Make no mistake about it though, investments from the Trump administration are needed, says its CEO.