The latest news on manufacturing
Hong Kong solidifies its place as the most competitive nation in the world as the U.S. slips a spot.
With little help from Washington, factory jobs are returning
Government has a crucial job to do to build a healthy economy.
Stumbles in Japan have been a big factor in the domestic automakers' comeback.
If manufacturing continues to grow in key states, it may be Obama's ticket to another term.
The president's vision for a second term: job retraining, help for homeowners, and more taxes on the wealthy.
The first economic reports of the New Year could provide a preview of what's in store for 2012.
Despite global slowdown, U.S. manufacturing activity rose to its highest level in five months
Once the darling of the "recovery," manufacturing faces challenges as the global economy slows.
Because of a lack of qualified applicants, as many as 600,000 manufacturing jobs remain unfilled.