The deal would broaden A.M.D.’s business into chips for markets like 5G communications and automotive electronics.
Renewable energy developers have struggled to finish projects as the pandemic disrupts construction and global supply chains.
Foxconn’s failure to deliver on a Wisconsin project underscores the limits of the president’s power to make companies bend to his will.
A stumbling effort to prop up the domestic generic drugs sector underscores the challenges of a Trump administration industrial policy.
The president tricked working-class voters. But the problems he railed about are real.
A network of scientists is chasing the pandemic’s holy grail: an antibody that protects against not just the virus, but also related pathogens that may threaten humans.
Tesla reported record deliveries in the third quarter as growing interest in electric vehicles and other cars boosted sales across the industry.
Japan is attempting a delicate balancing act as the pandemic has underlined the risks of the world’s economic reliance on Beijing.
The country’s worst industrial fire killed more than 260 people in 2012. Victims’ relatives said the real culprits had escaped justice.
The president often criticized the Defense Production Act as anti-business. Now he’s campaigning on having frequently used the law to ramp up production of medical gear.
Battery prices are dropping faster than expected. Analysts are moving up projections of when an electric vehicle won’t need government incentives to be cheaper than a gasoline model.
The company said it was stepping up inspections, citing new manufacturing problems. Federal regulators are also looking into production flaws.
The potential move, which could come as soon as Tuesday, comes amid reports of the use of forced labor in Xinjiang, where China has carried out a crackdown against mostly Muslim minorities.
Eager to avoid public transit and Uber, and to save money, buyers are emptying dealerships.
A distiller from Tel Aviv has made a single-malt kosher whiskey, aged in sherry casks.
In “Mill Town,” Kerri Arsenault uncovers her family’s long history in northern Maine and an epidemic of cancer that may be intimately connected to the community’s main employer.
Chinese companies are taking a greater share of goods sold abroad, showing their tremendous strength despite mounting challenges.
The auto plant closed in 1988, turning the Wisconsin city upside down. Now it’s facing an even deeper existential crisis.
The chip maker was selected for an Energy Department project meant to show American tech independence. But problems at Intel have thrown a wrench into the effort.
The pandemic has created a bicycle boom — and a shortage. Giant, the Taiwanese juggernaut, is trying to meet demand while navigating the politics of trade.
Demonstrators at a huge state-run factory in the capital gave an ultimatum: Unless a fair election is held, they will strike, in a new test of President Aleksandr G. Lukashenko’s rule.
Coventry can be forbidding for cyclists. But before it became Britain’s Detroit, the city was famed for making bicycles.
Inovio, a Pennsylvania biotech company, has spent years claiming to be on the cusp of important vaccines. It has never brought one to market.
Those trays that macarons come in? Plaxall makes them. But since the pandemic, it has pivoted to medical face shields. It’s not the first time the family business has done its patriotic duty.
The tariff, which could prompt retaliation from Canada, was imposed just one month after a new trade deal between the two countries went into effect.
Strong sales at China’s biggest construction equipment maker show Beijing’s strategy for recovery after the virus. But while the company, XCMG, is prospering, the rest of the economy is struggling.
African-Americans are 75 percent more likely than others to live near facilities that produce hazardous waste. Can a grass-roots environmental-justice movement make a difference?
More than 190 organizations have come together to demand an end to garments made by forced labor in China.
It’s a moment of reckoning for global supply chains. But that doesn’t mean companies are flocking back to the United States.
The move, which affects suppliers to major international brands including Apple, Ralph Lauren and Tommy Hilfiger, could force companies to sever some ties to China.
When the pandemic shut down pools and resorts around the globe, life slid to a halt in the seaside town of Xingcheng, a major producer of bikinis and trunks.
For a Baltimore condiment maker with 100 workers, “it’s been a roller coaster” trying to plan for what comes next.
Novavax just received the Trump administration’s largest vaccine contract. In the Maryland company’s 33-year history, it has never brought a vaccine to market.
Heavy spending on roads and rail lines reversed the economy’s virus-induced nose-dive in February and March, but may be difficult to sustain, raising questions for global growth.
After surviving civil war in Sudan, one of America’s most vulnerable workers faced the coronavirus. How has she been doing since?
This spring, researchers at Regeneron’s Westchester headquarters found themselves in one of the country’s first coronavirus hot spots.
Boohoo was one of the fastest-growing retailers in Britain. Now the company is in trouble after revelations about working conditions in supplier factories.
Government support and protectionism have built a low-cost industry making masks, testing kits and other health gear. Other countries will find it tough to compete.
The electric carmaker’s deliveries fell as people around the world were forced to stay home by government orders and fears over the coronavirus pandemic. But the decline was far smaller than for other automakers.
The new rule, expected Thursday, would mean more than half of trucks sold in the state must be zero-emissions by 2035, and all of them by 2045.
Demand has been stronger than expected since states began reopening, but some experts worry about the effect of a new surge in coronavirus cases.
My father and I worked for years at a factory that became a Superfund hazardous-waste site. We’re still feeling the repercussions.
Poultry plants continue to run processing lines at a breakneck speed, making it impossible for workers to social distance.
The risks of relying economically on the Asian superpower have never seemed clearer. But as the world tries to get moving again, it needs China more than ever.
New legislation aimed at supporting the semiconductor industry is a sign of shifting consensus in Washington, where industrial plans are now in vogue
After fitness enthusiasts were forced to reimagine how they could keep in shape, demand led to a shortage of workout equipment.
The clothing brand, which has dressed all but four U.S. presidents, could end up closing its three American factories as it navigates the pandemic.
A producer of orecchiette and paccheri is using the potentially clean energy source in a trial.
With medical masks in short supply, several hospitals have turned to industrial models. They get rave reviews and are allowed by the F.D.A., but the Trump administration has no plans to encourage distribution or production.
The industry has returned to work, but it’s far from business as usual for small suppliers to luxury brands and retailers.