Troubled automaker has not built a car since the summer of 2012.
Boeing has completed 20 separate tests of its new lithium-ion battery system.
Move will generate 750 new jobs; Toyota will invest $360 million for new dedicated assembly line at Georgetown plant.
Record sales are boosting production, but investments in Mexico and the US will wreak havoc on Canada's sector.
Boosts durabilty and lifetime in telecom backup power and material handling operations.
Immigrant employees boost innovation levels to enhance the return on investment for employers, according to the Conference Board.
Taiwan's smartphone, memory chip and display panel makers suffered sagging exports.
Negotiations on a broader agreement continue as lockout ends.
Tribogyr puts bearing contacts and lubricant film to the test.
Sales rise in 14 of 21 industries, giving the sector its biggest gain since July 2011.
New agreement to buy gas extracted at Alberta plant runs until 2024
Digital connections to an oil field allows a company to remotely manage and monitor it in real time.
At the Filter Shop, it's all about clean air.
Manufacturing gains inhibited from faster growth by drops in production of commercial vehicles and machinery.
Workers upset over replacement employees while two sides were in negotiations.
Exploring heavy oil's inner spaces.
Communist government promoting auto manufacturing, but still fine-tuning policies to encourage smaller, fuel-efficient vehicle sales.
Design project is the first contract for the global alliance between GE Healthcare and iBio, which was announced in 2012.
Buses are expected to be delivered by the first quarter of 2014.
Proceeds of the sale will be distributed to shareholders.