Caplugs acquires an injection molding operation in the PuDong district of Shanghai, China. This acquisition brings great manufacturing capabilities that align with Caplugs core competencies and product line.
Investigators seek evidence of a cartel that fixed the prices of chips for bank and identity
The workshops focus on the Ci Series Weather-Ometers and provide valuable information for any weathering testing program. Atlas Material Testing Technology is pleased to announce the 2009 dates for its Weather-Ometer Workshops.
Freelin-Wade donated seventeen miles of neon yellow polyurethane tubing for this year's competition.
Program could supply battery systems for five million hybrid vehicles or half a million plug-in electric vehicles per year by 2013 WATERTOWN, Mass.- (BUSINESS WIRE) - A123Systems announced it has submitted an application under the U.S.
By Madlen Read, AP Business Writer NEW YORK (AP) - Wall Street headed for a lower open Wednesday, sobered by aluminum producer Alcoa Inc.'s decision to slash jobs and production to navigate through the global downturn.
Expected buyout forces Sanyo to scale back on unprofitable business. Sanyo Electric considers cutting up to 1,000 domestic workers in the next few months, as it scales back unprofitable businesses ahead of an expected buyout by Panasonic.
Company plans to make every track available without copy protection. By Jessica Mintz, AP Technology Writer Apple is cutting the price of some songs in its market-leading iTunes online store to as little as 69 cents and plans to make every track available without copy protection.
Government projects $6.5M in bailout costs through January. By Martin Crutsinger, AP Economics Writer The government estimates that it will spend $6.5 million by the end of January in salaries and other administrative costs for the $700 billion financial rescue program.
Johnson Controls and Bongiovi Acoustics have entered into an agreement to bring advanced technologies and delivery systems into the automotive industry utilizing Bongiovi Acoustic's "Digital Power Station" (DPS) technology.
Intel says it expects fourth-quarter revenue to fall 23 percent from the same period a year earlier, missing its previous outlook because of ongoing weak demand and inventory reductions by its PC maker customers.
Alcoa to cut 13 percent of global work force. By Daniel Lovering, AP Manufacturing Writer Alcoa , the world's third-largest aluminum maker, said Tuesday it will cut 13,500 jobs or 13 percent of its work force, and slash spending and output to cope with the global economic slowdown.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director The PDD Index offers some reasons for initial optimisim, as all five Market Indexes showed gains over the last week.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director Before we can start moving up the hill, we need to figure out where exactly to start the climb. I think we all know where any news about the economic conditions of our country is going to lead.
Why a wireless sensor system brings value to process measurement. By Jim Stawitzky,