China is losing competitiveness to lower-cost producing countries like Vietnam and Indonesia, which is pressurizing its manufacturing sector, says Stanley Szeto, Chairman & CEO of Lever Style.» Read More
New orders for U.S. factory goods unexpectedly fell in April as demand for transportation equipment and other goods weakened.
Ford said it will produce nearly 40,000 additional vehicles by doing this at its North American plants.
Construction spending spiked in April, while the pace of manufacturing growth rose in May, rebounding off its slowest pace in almost two years.
Philip Shaw, chief economist at Investec, says despite euro zone's May manufacturing PMI data being a little "disappointing", it's a slow and steady trend in the right direction.
CNBC's Rick Santelli has the latest numbers from the Chicago Purchasing Managers Index.
John Lundgren, Stanley Black & Decker CEO, discusses his company's growth prospect; new tools entering the market, and a possible spinoff of its security business.
It follows dismal initial readings of first-quarter GDP and disappointing May factory surveys from other regional Fed locations.
If you've stayed at the Venetian, a Trump property or Marriott, you've likely used a Mr. Ice Bucket, made by U.S. artisans for 50 years.
Singapore's manufacturing and services sectors expanded in the first quarter, topping expectations for a contraction, alongside strong growth in construction output, says Joseph Incalcaterra, economist at HSBC.
Richard Han, CEO of Hana Electronics, says last year's military coup resulted in much-needed stability that allowed businesses to return to normal in Thailand.
Rob Dobson, senior economist at Markit, says that China's latest manufacturing PMI data demonstrates that its stimulus measures aren't taking effect yet.
Hyundai's union boss faces dissent from within the country's most strike-prone union even as the company is trying to ditch its wage structure.
Here’s what needs to happen to create an environment to help manufacturing succeed, says PPG executive Bryan Iams.
Golden Bear, the maker of Letterman's "Late Show" staff jackets for over 15 years, will miss the king of late-night TV when he retires.
Quirky takes ordinary ideas and turns them into real products. Quirky's CEO Ben Kaufman, discusses the success of his company in unlocking people's ideas.
The country's stock market fell 1.8% after a huge surge last year, but India may still be lucrative for foreign investors.
Tony Nash, vice president at Delta Economics, explains why markets shouldn't read too much into the weaker-than-expected HSBC's final China purchasing managers' index for April.
Julia Wang, Greater China economist at HSBC, says the final PMI reading showed "continued contraction" of China's factory sector and is a reminder that the economy still needs monetary support.
China's official PMI came in at 50.1 for April, a tad above expectations, but still indicating the world's second-largest economy is cooling down.
U.S. Fed Policy is at direct odds with the European Central Bank, CNBC's Patti Domm discusses its impact on the dollar.