U.S. companies can leverage innovation expertise to create new industries - and build employment back up - if the country can get manufacturing right
Syngenta's Mike Mack says the need to grow more food on the same amount of land is pressing, and that organic farming is not the answer; technology is.
Innovative supply management methods can significantly reduce the earnings-at-risk even for smaller companies.
Packaging isn’t terribly sexy—but don’t tell Ilene Gordon that. To hear the president and CEO of Paris, France-based, Alcan Packaging tell it, there’s plenty...
General Motors Chairman and Chief Executive Rick Wagoner, who has announced plans to cut 30,000 jobs and close several factories, says the Bush Administration is making a mistake by targeting China's currency, not Japan's. Moreover, he sees China as a major emerging market, in which GM is able to participate.
THE American automotive industry is facing its darkest hours in decades, says Dietmar A. Ostermann, vice president and auto industry specialist at the consulting...
As The Henry Ford System Goes Away, A New Model Emerges.
Overhauling your supply chain can be a Herculean task. Here are some strategies for tackling the challenge.
There's still no silver bullet when it comes to optimizing the connection between partners, customers and suppliers-but it's a must to stay competitive. And it's up to CEOs to make those big investments pay off.
Walter Wriston, the distinguished former chief of Citicorp, once said, "Information about money is almost as important as money itself." Walt, meet Reuters' Peter Job.