Man dies after becoming stuck in Wisconsin paper mill machinery
A 40-year-old worker at a Whiting, Wisconsin paper mill was tragically killed this week after being caught in the machinery and fatally injured.
Price drop: People are paying less than MSRP for new cars again
Incentive spending is up as new vehicle inventories improve, which helped drive the average transaction price paid for a new vehicle below MSRP in April.
America’s factory boom drives sales surge for excavators, steel and trucks
A backlog of orders stemming from supply-chain bottlenecks during the pandemic and higher demand from new factories under construction have boosted manufacturing companies.
Global commodity prices likely to slip in 2023, World Bank says
The World Bank expects much of the fall that has already occurred to now be steady for the remainder of the year, with prices possibly lifting in 2024.
Boeing investors seek answers after latest 737 production glitch
Investors are clamoring for details on the extent of the problem, which Boeing said involves a "significant" portion of the 737 fleet where two brackets were improperly installed.
German authors, performers call for tougher ChatGPT rules amid copyright concerns
German associations and trade unions are urging the European Union to strengthen artificial intelligence rules as they single out threats from ChatGPT.
A.I. leader says tech will reveal problems or could 'go off the rails,' humans must still 'ride herd' over it
Veteran data analyst and CEO Ryan Sitton discusses how human creativity and decision-making will play a part in a future dominated by artificial intelligence.
Airline capacity constrained until 2025 due to delivery delays, spare parts: IATA
Travel demand has outpaced airline capacity as delays continue to plague aircraft deliveries from Airbus and Boeing. Some airlines have been forced to cut routes.
Lockheed Martin wrestles with supply-chain issues to arm Ukraine
Lockheed Martin is the first of the big defense companies to report earnings. Sales rose from a year earlier, though the company said it still expects revenues to shrink this year.
Resume revelation for smart job hunters: SEO keywords are critical, say experts
As industries use SEO to find the right applicant for a role, the savvy applicant also uses keywords in a resume to get noticed, according to HR experts. Read on for career insights.
‘Hurry up and get it done’: Norfolk Southern set railcar safety checks at one minute
Norfolk Southern’s practices are a prime focus of federal regulators after several major accidents since December 2021, three of which resulted in fatalities.
Train carrying ethanol derails in Minnesota, forcing evacuations
A BNSF Railway train carrying ethanol and other products derailed and caught fire early Thursday, and some in Raymond, Minnesota, were forced to evacuate. (WCCO)
Mike Rowe celebrates more students forgoing college for apprenticeships: ‘Chickens have come home to roost’
Mike Rowe isn't anti-college or anti-education, but he admits experiencing a "gratifying" feeling knowing that more U.S. students are pursuing apprenticeships over college degrees.
Ford CEO reveals EV reality: America 'cannot continue to import' batteries, earth minerals
Ford CEO Jim Farley claimed the all-American automaker would be willing to invest in domestic mining and rare earth mineral production to help EV battery supply.
Honda Accord moving out of Ohio home after 4 decades to make room for EVs
Honda is moving production of the Accord from Ohio to Indiana in 2025 in order to produce electric vehicles in the Ohio factory starting next year.
Pactiv Evergreen execs sold over 50K shares before announcing devastating paper mill closure in NC small town
Executives of Pactiv Evergreen sold over 50,000 shares of company stock days before announcing the closure of a historic Canton, North Carolina, paper mill.