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
Japanese automaker Subaru has enjoyed four consecutive years of strong sales growth in its largest market, the U.S., but its president and COO told CNBC he was still mindful of risks to the company's success, a spike in the yen.
With cheap shale gas making the US a magnet for industrial companies, many economists are positing a return to industrialization after more than a decade of consumption-led growth.
Demand for long-lasting U.S. manufactured goods surged in February, suggesting factory activity continued to expand at a moderate pace.
Singapore's industrial output fell 16.6 percent in February from a year earlier, worse than a median forecast of a contraction of 10.5 percent according to Reuters.
As Apple's sales outlook slows down, what happens to the tech giant's suppliers? CNBC's Eunice Yoon has more.
While concerned about the tough business environment in Europe, Douglas Oberhelman, the CEO of Caterpillar, hopes the "sun will rise" over the continent.
Blackberry's weak U.S. launch of its Z10 smartphone shows the company still doesn't have what it takes to compete, an analyst said.
A Boeing 787 Dreamliner took to the sky on Monday in the first of two flights aimed at showing that the plane's new lithium-ion battery system meets regulatory safety standards.
The boom in new oil and natural gas flowing through U.S. pipelines is beginning to ripple through the wider American economy.
Three-dimensional printing is gaining traction in business, medicine and among consumers, but most people have no idea how they work. Click ahead to find out how to fabricate a piece of jewelry—or perhaps even a human organ.
Blackberry is betting that its new Z10 smartphone will be a game changer for the company, but it's not likely that bet will pay off, one analyst said.
Today, the minivan is just 3 percent of total auto sales in the U.S.—and just over 500,000 were sold last year. These days crossovers and sport wagons have become the vehicle of choice for many in suburban America.
Suntech Power was forced into bankruptcy after defaulting on a multi-million dollar bonds payment. Gordon Johnson, Axiom Capital Management, offers insight on the impact to U.S. solar makers.
The BlackBerry Z10 hits store shelves Friday and there's a lot at stake for the company. But with the Android and iPhone -- is there even room for the new BlackBerry?
Swedish auto maker Volvo has uncovered widespread cheating by its car dealers in China, where retailers inflated sales to win cash rebates from the company.
Axel Heitmann, CEO of, the world's largest synthetic rubber maker, Lanxess, tells CNBC that new car registrations in Europe are at an all-time low.
Crude oil was pushed lower by fears of further turmoil in the euro zone, as Cyprus scrambled to avoid bankruptcy, and by manufacturing data which showed a deepening downturn in the currency bloc.
Samsung recently introduced a new line of smart TVs that will make the TV interface more like a mobile device.
Uri Landesman, Platinum Partners; and Scott Nations, NationsShares, share their views on where the markets are headed and where to find investment opportunities.