U.S. manufacturing showed further improvement in July with a key gauge of activity rising for a second straight month.
By Martin Crutsinger, Associated Press
He also accused hackers linked to the Chinese government of targeting American universities and businesses to steal research related to vaccine development, leveling the allegation against Beijing hours after Western agencies made similar claims against Russia.
By Eric Tucker, Associated Press
Manufacturers — which account for 19 percent of the state’s economy — can resume operations on Monday.
By Associated Press
U.S. manufacturing retreated again in April, a victim of economic fallout from the coronavirus outbreak.
By Paul Wiseman, Associated Press
By Colleen Long, Gene Johnson, Mike Corder, Associated Press
SEATTLE (AP) — Boeing and a small number of other manufacturers around the U.S. geared up Monday to resume production this week amid pressure from President Donald Trump to reopen the economy and resistance from governors who warn there is…
In his State of the Union, President Trump emphasized U.S. economic growth, arguing that his administration’s policies are driving it. Friday’s jobs report, which was stronger than many analysts had predicted, is partly in line with those assertions. But the…
By Josh Boak, Associated Press
The sector was hurt by weakening demand and last year's global economic slowdown. But some signs suggest that the setback for manufacturing has bottomed out.
By Kevin Freking, Associated Press
Trump’s visit follows Apple’s announcement in September that it would continue manufacturing the latest generation of the Mac Pro in Austin — a move that came once the Trump administration agreed to waive tariffs on certain computer parts made in…
By Gretchen Frazee
Manufacturing makes up a small portion of the U.S. economy, but if the sector stalls, it could drag down related industries and disproportionately affect parts of the country where factories employ thousands of people.
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