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
The Commerce Department said non-defense capital goods orders excluding aircraft increased 1.3 percent last month.
Toyota said it was reissuing a recall for around 1.6 million cars in Japan to check for possible faulty airbag inflators.
CNBC reports on India's campaign to get global businesses to build products in the country, which is part of a larger drive to become a global manufacturing hub.
Anand Mahindra, chairman of the Mahindra Group, says India needs to be ready for a future of digital technology and innovations like 3D printing.
Manu Jain, head of Xiaomi India, discusses the mobile giant's decision to open a plant in India. CNBC has more on the push to "Make in India."
India's push to attract FDI has scored some wins but infrastructure and red tape are still an issue, business leaders tell CNBC.
Alcoa and Governor Andrew Cuomo have reached a deal in order to keep a New York aluminum smelter open.
If Diebold closes are deal with Wincor Nixdorf, it would become the world's largest ATM maker.
Ford's U.S. workers narrowly approved a four-year labor contract on Friday, after a late push for support by United Auto Workers leaders.
Dan DiMicco, current Chairman Emeritus of Nucor, explains why he thinks the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement is a bad deal for American workers.
The MNI China Business Sentiment Indicator fell to 49.9 from 55.5 in October, slipping below the 50 mark that separates expansion from contraction.
John Rice, vice chairman at GE, discusses its employee and business safety amid global geopolitical risks, as well as GE's latest India deal.
Factory activity in New York state contracted in November, as a strong dollar and slow overseas growth continued to drag down manufacturers.
Airlines took a pause for breath at this year's Dubai Airshow, as a backlog of bumper orders from the last event managed to curb major purchases this time around.
Japan's core machinery orders rose in September for the first time in four months, but companies forecast only modest gains in Q4 orders.
Discussing the $170 million sale of Amedeo Modigliani's "Reclining Nude," and pricing in the art market, with Jussi Pylkkanen, Christie's global president.
Insight to leveraging new technologies in order to scale American manufacturing, with American Giant CEO Bayard Winthrop.
The use of private jets in the United States has grown to two-thirds of the global market for luxury air travel.
A jetpack designed as a first response unit for police, fire and ambulance emergency services is set to go on sale.
Michelin CFO, Marc Henry discusses the health of the tyre market in both the U.S. and Europe, in light of the Volkswagen scandal.