When it comes to new technology, development usually proceeds incrementally. But progress continues to be made on many fronts.
The use of bioplastics — made from plants instead of fossil fuels — is expected to grow by at least 50 percent in the next five years, according to the European Bioplastics Association.
Raúl García Miranda wants Carlos Flores’s job. Flores doesn’t think he deserves it.
It’s not easy to get Americans mad at a behind-the-scenes industry they’ve barely even heard of, but pharmaceutical companies have spent most of this year trying.
Is the Wild West of cryptocurrencies about to be tamed?
U.S. manufacturing expanded in December at the fastest pace in three months, as gains in orders and production capped the strongest year for factories since 2004, the Institute for Supply Management says.
When the 55-year-old woman stood up to speak at a meeting of shoemakers in south India last month, she was seeing her employers for the first time.
The trade war didn't happen. Prepare for a few skirmishes.
Eco-conscious diners can rely on restaurants to tell them their fish comes from a sustainable source, but it can be hard to know for sure.
DNV GL has published the Maritime Forecast to 2050 which analyses the impact of the changing global energy system on the shipping industry through to 2050.
McDonald’s has announced it will start using fresh beef patties instead of frozen ones in its quarter pounder burgers across the U.S. by the middle of the year in an attempt to lure back customers.
Order management ought to be the first candidate for streamlining and automation of business processes. So why is that task still stuck in another century?
Computer security experts have discovered two major security flaws in the microprocessors inside nearly all of the world’s computers.
You can’t fight fire with ice. That’s a frozen fact that public safety officials are grappling with as extreme cold continues to grip Washington and much of the rest of the country this week.
The U.K. economy has settled down into a post EU-referendum pattern. Consumer spending is being constrained by the fall in the value of the pound, which has pushed up inflation by making imports dearer. But manufacturing has started to do better, in part because the weakness of sterling has made...