After enjoying a decade of record sales and overall prosperity, important car CEOs are in the thick of economic action again these days—and none of it is good. These CEOs may have a long ramp of difficulties ahead going into 2019.
The National Association of Manufacturers is going after proxy advisory firms and activist shareholders that organization members believe have compiled too much power to affect the fortunes of manufacturing companies .
Millie Marshall has one of the most important jobs for Toyota in the country and one of the most important jobs in terms of improving the prospects for other women in manufacturing,
As manufacturers increasingly look for ways to bring sustainability to their operations, more are turning to concepts of the so-called “circular economy.”
Fluid Imaging isn’t your typical manufacturing company and Maine isn’t your typical manufacturing hub. That’s probably why the two go hand in hand.
Despite strong oppositions from President Trump, GM CEO Mary Barra’s move to streamline the automaker shows that she is a trailblazer.
The news surrounding Carlos Ghosn completes a stunning trifecta of turnover at the top of some of the most important global automotive companies in just the last several months.
Tyson Foods' new strategy may hold lessons for other CEOs in the legacy economy that are trying to figure out how to leverage interest in entrepreneurial companies and outside innovations.
The CEO of Sigma Labs found that the same considerations about quality control that hold any disruptive technology in any sector back from mass production apply to 3D metal manufacturing today.
Jim Hackett has taken a number of major actions as the CEO of Ford in 18 months, but he has frustrated investors and employees alike who have been waiting for him to hatch a master plan that makes sense.