Intel spent $20B on a pivot that could save the company and help solve the chip shortage.
Auto manufacturers use just-in-time manufacturing to run their assembly lines. But nothing is running on time.
The world needs more semiconductors. That’s a problem for the automotive industry, which may hold back 1m vehicles due to the shortage.
Intel’s incoming CEO says the firm will consider outsourcing manufacturing. Will it be enough?
India is making headway into smartphone production...but has a long way to go.
Since many factories now require them, factory workers with college degrees are projected to outnumber workers without them in 3 years.
Ford announced that it will launch electric versions of all its F-series trucks as a part of its push into the EV market.
Ford slipped down an investment grade thanks to flagging global sales, and unless it makes “clear progress” a double downgrade is on the road ahead.
Tesla is in turmoil after a whistleblower alleges illegal drug trafficking connected to a Mexican cartel existed at the Nevada Gigafactory.
Hydrogen-electric truck company Nikola Motors is suing Tesla for $2B, claiming their new truck causes “confusion in the market.”
Marshmallow makers at a Pennsylvania Peeps factory won a court decision that will force their company Just Born, to honor their pension promises (while they still can).
On Sunday, Ford said they plan to jump-start their electric vehicle spending, promising to shell out $11B, and have 40 electric vehicles in their lineup by 2022. It’s a massive increase from the $4.5B investment the company announced back in 2015, but with crosstown rival GM shooting to have 20 new electric vehicles by 2023, […]