The Trump team's negotiations to keep Carrier in Indiana are being led by Vice President-elect Mike Pence.
"Fast Money Halftime Report" trader Josh Brown weighs in on Deere as its stock hits all-time highs.
"You're making your product right here," Trump says he told Cook, according to The New York Times.
New orders for U.S. manufactured capital goods rebounded in October, driven by rising demand for machinery and a range of other equipment.
Trump's trade and tax policies cautiously welcomed by business, says Peter Baum at Essex Manufacturing.
Neil Campling, head of global TMT research at Northern Trust Capital Markets, discusses how Donald Trump's election could impact the technology industry.
Following its recent earnings, Enel CEO Francesco Starace talks about the manufacturer’s strategy going forward.
LafargeHolcim CEO, Eric Olsen talks about how the cement group is adapting its guidance to change scope, following its earnings release.
Fred Crosetto, founder of U.S. glove-maker Ammex, tells CNBC why the Trans-Pacific Partnership agreement would benefit both consumers and U.S. manufacturers.
President-elect Donald Trump previously said China created global warming to make US manufacturing non-competitive.
Ford's EcoSport will roll off a Ford assembly line in India, rather than one in the United States, according to NBC News.
General Electric CEO Jeffrey Immelt tells CNBC President-elect Donald Trump should look forward not backward.
Herb Schuler, General Extrusions president, discusses why Donald Trump's economic plans may trigger a second Reagan Revolution.
CNBC’s Phil LeBeau discusses the future of manufacturing under Donald Trump’s presidency.
LafargeHolcim CEO, Eric Olsen reflects upon the company’s recent earnings, its performance in different markets and whether it’s pricing is sustainable.
Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO at Renault-Nissan Alliance, says that his company is going ahead with investment in its Sunderland plant, despite Brexit uncertainty.
Carlos Ghosn, chairman and CEO Renault-Nissan Alliance, discusses the future of his business in the U.K. post-Brexit.
The latest advances in the highly automated food-manufacturing sector show robot mastery of a delicate human task: egg handling.
Tom Lynch, TE Connectivity chairman & CEO, and Terrence Curtin, TE Connectivity incoming CEO, talk about the company's strategy to use "harsh" connectivity and sensors to power growth.