Carmakers may need several years to revamp their supply chains to meet new rules, but the legislation is still seen as a win for electric vehicles.
With a new corporate minimum tax, Democrats would be adding complexity to an already byzantine tax system.
As it reckons with supply chain vulnerabilities, the country is spending billions to revitalize domestic production and seeking to form a coalition with “like-minded” nations.
Industrial policy is back in Washington, as a vast semiconductor and science bill gives the government new sway over a strategic industry.
The closing of a meatpacking plant near downtown Los Angeles has left its workers reeling and amplified questions about doing business in the state.
A New York company, Anybag, finds an elegant way to turn plastic bag waste into a functional tote. Miranda Kerr, Adidas and Ralph Lauren are fans.
A long-term switch to more renewable sources has been overtaken by a short-term scramble to stave off a crisis.
The Senate’s proposal aims to accelerate electric car sales and promote domestic battery manufacturing at China’s expense.
Experts are still assessing how China apparently leapfrogged ahead in its effort to manufacture a semiconductor that rivals those made in Taiwan, which supplies both China and the West.
The $369 billion climate and tax bill would affect every aspect of U.S. energy production, with incentives for producers and consumers to move away from fossil fuels.
The doses were withheld pending an F.D.A. review, which has now been completed.
The lopsided bipartisan vote reflected a rare consensus in the otherwise polarized Congress in favor of investing federal resources into a broad industrial policy to counter China.
The vote indicated bipartisan support for the legislation, which had been at risk of being scaled back substantially until Republicans rallied around a more extensive bill.
As vacancies for industrial space tighten, developers are building warehouses and labs on speculation, hoping a tenant will lease the space when construction is done.
Semiconductor supremacy isn’t something we can buy. It’s something we must build.
A 60-year-old program that provides retraining to workers whose jobs are eliminated because of foreign competition has expired, leaving many at risk.
Stop letting Republicans own the issues of outsourcing and trade.
The military relies on advanced semiconductors. The U.S. doesn’t make any.
A scarcity of semiconductors and raw materials held back production, but buyers remain enthusiastic.
The canned fish are having a moment in the food world. A tour of a canning factory in Porto gives an up-close view of a century-old business.
Makers of batteries that could charge in a few minutes are setting up assembly lines, bringing the technology a big step closer to auto showrooms.
It’s even harder now to understand what the U.S. wants to accomplish with its computer chip plans.
Experts say the U.S. government has unintentionally encouraged a dependency on imported masks by failing to promote elastomeric respirators, a reusable mask that is domestically produced.
With the technology improving and costs falling, 3-D printing could be poised to play a major role in manufacturing.
A factory making Jynneos, the safest vaccine, has been closed since August, threatening global supplies as the virus spreads.
Billions of dollars could be at stake as a law banning imports of products from China goes into effect.
American semiconductor giants are pressing Congress to pass legislation that would provide $52 billion for their industry, warning that they may otherwise relocate overseas.
Inside the construction of a one-piece swimsuit, a complicated symbol of “the most vulnerable time of the year.”
Marco de Vincenzo, the newly appointed creative director of Etro, is not only asking the question, but attempting to answer through action.
The automobile pioneer believed short-term interests must not squeeze out investment in a business’ resilience, a lesson many companies have learned the hard way since 2020.
A group that includes Eric Schmidt and Peter Thiel isn’t simply funding the effort itself: It wants American taxpayers to help foot the bill.
Nine firefighters were among at least 41 people killed in a blaze and a subsequent series of explosions.
The Venetian island, famous for its glass, has long been on the wane, but 700 years of expertise is a terrible thing to squander.
Nexii Building Solutions in Vancouver is having significant early success, though there are potential pitfalls.
The electric carmaker has been growing fast in recent years, but Elon Musk, its chief executive, appears to be concerned about a weakening economy.
Old Monongahela rye is having a comeback. A distillery road trip tells the story of its fall and rise, with Alexander Hamilton playing the villain.
3DBio Therapeutics, a biotech company in Queens, said it had for the first time used 3-D printing to make a body part with a patient’s own cells.
Production problems in China and Elon Musk’s pursuit of Twitter are leading investors to wonder whether the electric car company is worth as much as they thought.
The president began his first Asian visit with a tour of a Samsung plant as he tries to address supply-chain woes and rebuild U.S. manufacturing.
The General Motors chief says efficiencies, innovations and learning from mistakes will allow her company to become a leader in electric vehicles.
Supplies of goods are coming up short in the pandemic, and prices have jumped. Some economists warn that the changes could linger.
The electric carmaker had to close an important factory in Shanghai because of China’s efforts to stamp out a coronavirus outbreak.
As SAP takes steps to wind down its cloud services in Russia, Continental said it was required to “temporarily” restart a Russian tire factory.
Government officials say we need more computer chips made in America and soon. Why isn’t Apple stressed?
Ford’s chief executive is about to introduce an electric F-150 pickup truck that could determine whether the automaker can survive and thrive in an industry dominated by Tesla.
The country’s lockdowns have trapped truck drivers on highways, halted production lines and forced some importers to source goods from outside China.
As the global chip shortage continues, we take an inside look at how semiconductors are fabricated.
Delays in producing the pickup have allowed rivals like Ford to beat Tesla to market with electric pickups.
President Emmanuel Macron vowed an economic revival, but as he seeks re-election, a Potemkin factory in the town where he was raised shows just how hard that can be.
European companies that relied on Russian customers are suffering collateral damage from the invasion of Ukraine and Western sanctions.