National Association of Manufacturers President and CEO Jay Timmons discusses reopening manufacturing nationwide and following safety guidelines as a step towards economic recovery.
Shares of Hamilton Beach Brands Holding Co. fell Monday after the company said it found accounting irregularities at its Mexican unit.
Factory furloughs across the U.S. are becoming permanent shutdowns.
President Trump connects the rising oil prices to more U.S. jobs.
Industrial conglomerate 3M is agreeing to produce 26 million face masks per month for the Pentagon, starting October 2020.
New orders for U.S.-made goods fell more than expected in March, 10.3%.
Honeywell withdrew its full-year outlook on weak demand Friday due to coronavirus lockdowns.
The Chicago-based jet maker credited the demand for its bond offering to long-term support for the aviation industry and confidence in the market created by the CARES Act.
C.H. Robinson furloughing 7% of workers in U.S. and Canada to mitigate pressures caused by COVID-19.
Caterpillar has withdrawn its full-year performance targets and didn't provide an update on Tuesday.
Boeing Co will resume production of 787 aircraft at its facilities in South Carolina, with most of the staff returning by May 4, the company said on Monday.
The pair had planned to work together on Embraer's commercial aviation business and to develop new markets for its C-390 Millennium aircraft.
The company is mostly maintaining its 2020 guidance despite the coronavirus pandemic.
The defense sector has continued to operate through coronavirus-driven shelter-in-place restrictions, deemed an essential sector.
General Electric Co entered into a revolving credit agreement for $15 billion, according to a regulatory filing on Monday.
Boeing Co said on Friday it would resume operations at production facilities in Philadelphia next week after a two-week suspension due to the spread of the coronavirus.