CNBC's Morgan Brennan takes a look at how technology is changing the way American factories operate and the skills workers need to get hired.
China's factory activity expanded for a ninth straight month in March but at a softer pace as new export orders slowed, a private survey found.
Patricia Miller, CEO, Matrix 4, discusses what she learned at today's meeting with President Trump.
Jay Timmons, NAM President & CEO, discusses President Trump's recent meeting with the National Association of Manufacturers.
CNBC's John Harwood, Ylan Mui and Eamon Javers react to President Trump as he meets with the National Association of Manufacturers.
President Trump meets with the National Association of Manufacturers. Jay Timmons, NAM President & CEO, makes a statement.
President Trump meets with the National Association of Manufacturers.
Mark Sutton, International Paper CEO, discusses the outlook for domestic manufacturing, competitiveness and jobs.
South Korea's industrial output plunged at the fastest pace in more than eight years.
Mars Chocolate North America is upping its investments in U.S. manufacturing and creating about 250 new jobs, President Tracey Massey said.
Why does Mars Chocolate prefer to manufacture in the U.S.? Well, for one, it helps them retain employees, says Mars executive Tracey Massey.
Fariborz Moshirian, UNSW Business School, says the British economy will suffer when automakers and other high tech sectors relocate.
Representative Marcy Kaptur, D-Ohio, weighs in on the steel industry, manufacturing and unfair trade.
Debating manufacturing stocks with Point View's David Dietze with the bear position, and JO Hambro Capital's Arun Daniel with the bull position.
Judy Marks, CEO of Siemens USA weighs in on investment, robotics and jobs.
South African President Jacob Zuma has instructed Finance Minister Gordhan to return immediately from an investor roadshow to Britain and the U.S.
The Bank of England (BOE) will test the risks associated with sterling dropping by a further 32 percent from today's level to languish at a low of 85 cents by year-end.
Orders for long-lasting factory goods were expected to rise 1.2 percent in February after increasing 1.8 percent a month earlier.
Hans-Paul Bürkner of The Boston Consulting Group says "Made in China 2025" needs to target productivity instead of protecting inefficient industries.
U.S. Representative Ro Khanna of California requested a probe into the sales practices of the aircraft parts manufacturer.