General Electric Co said it expected to cut costs and boost operating profit in its industrial unit and linked the bonuses of its senior management to meeting these goals, as it bows to pressure from Nelson Peltz's Trian Fund Management.
The second-largest homebuilder in the U.S. says the election of President Trump has sparked a surge in construction activity.
Optimism is giving way to impatience among makers of heavy machinery that hope their businesses will benefit from President Trump’s $1 trillion infrastructure plan.
For Jim Umpleby, who took charge as Caterpillar's chief executive little more than two months ago, an escalating criminal investigation threatens to upstage the heavy-machinery maker's efforts to regain footing in global construction and mining markets.
The longtime GE chief is facing criticism from unhappy and influential shareholders.
How the United States can more fully access its mineral wealth to achieve both infrastructure and manufacturing excellence.
Climate scientists say a freakishly warm February broke more than 11,700 local daily records for warmth in the United States.
The manufacturing sector is gaining momentum as a recovery takes hold.
Federal law enforcement officials searched three of the company's facilities and the investigation is ongoing.
Sessions says 'recluse me, please.'
America, home to the largest defense contractors in the world, controls a third of all global arms exports.
President Trump visits Boeing's South Carolina campus to talk jobs and participate in the rollout of the newest Dreamliner jet, the 787-10.
Authorities say that security screeners and airport workers helped smuggle 20 tons of cocaine through Puerto Rico during an 18-year operation that ended only last year.
DuPont and Chemours will pay nearly $671 million to settle thousands of lawsuits related to the release of a chemical from a plant in West Virginia more than a decade ago.
Up, up and away: Dubai hopes to have a passenger-carrying drone regularly buzzing through the skyline of this futuristic city-state in July.
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When President Donald Trump rages about unfair trading practices, he usually directs his ire at China and Mexico.
Passengers aboard a Boston-bound Amtrak train say they were stuck in the Bronx overnight for about five hours without heat.
No one likes to pay tolls, some more so than others.
Chilean workers are staging a strike at the world's biggest copper mine.