While it's true that some sectors have not bounced back as quickly as others, it's also true that U.S. manufacturing has led our recovery and holds the keys to strong, sustainable economic growth and national security.
The U.S. is definitely a more cost-competitive source for manufacturing today than it has been in many, many years, said Steve Maurer, managing director at AlixPartners.
Nearly 80 percent of executives who responded to PwC's first-quarter survey said they expect revenues to increase at their respective companies over the next 12 months.
Mean tweets from President Trump may shame some companies into creating more manufacturing jobs in America, but fostering innovation is the path to a lasting healthy economy.
President Trump's trade adviser says the administration wants to rebuild the American industrial base, reversing the decline in the nation’s manufacturing workforce.
With consumer goods and construction material production on the rise, the manufacturing is finally showing signs of recovery.
Regulators are allowing utilities to charge customers billions for nuclear reactors that exist only on paper.
Healthy consumer spending and a recovery in the oil sector have supported recent gains in manufacturing, with a key gauge of industry rising last month to the highest since November 2014.
It isn't Donald Trump alone who's making the mining industry great again. Though, he's surely lent a hand.
New research blames robots for slashing U.S. wages and worsening pay inequality.