New CEO Newman has addressed spinoff issues and has chemical giant humming in all key markets.
In an industry still characterized by a dearth of female leadership, the co-owners of Wyoming Machine hope to shift the gender imbalance.
President Mike Griffith is countering the skills shortage with a full-court press on employee retention and an accelerating embrace of Industry 4.0 industrial-automation systems.
CEO Ronald Hall stresses appreciation of tenured employees to bring the company through sudden turnover challenges.
How two very different manufacturers responded to market need by revamping logistics.
Focusing on people-moving instead of freight logistics, Olson’s startup already is nearing unicorn status.
IPO of electric-truck maker excites investors while economic-development stakes rise with Ford’s plans.
President of software provider Logility urges restraint on China and just-in-time, but advocates overturning lots of other things.
Founder Zhang began democratizing bicycles with battery power eight years ago, and sales tripled this year.
The CEO of Stanley Black & Decker is also making strategic moves such as expansion in electric outdoor equipment.