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Factories need workers capable of operating and troubleshooting computer-directed machinery.
A new study shows that number is unlikely to increase in the next few years.
The proposed “head tax” for high-grossing businesses would raise $75M a year for affordable housing.
This is a pivot for the foundation, which has largely focused on global health and development.
Training programs provide experience and pay for students hoping for manufacturing careers.
Girls who will attend middle school or high school this fall are eligible to apply.
The firm struggled to produce the mass-market Model 3 electric car during the quarter.
The agency re-certified the airport last week after an in-depth review of its operations.
There were no reports of injuries after Flight 957 landed safely.
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Cambridge Analytica says media furor stripped it of its customers, forcing it to go bankrupt.
Boeing has a contract to deliver 134 new F/A-18 Super Hornets over the next few years.
Marijuana testing — a fixture for at least 30 years — excludes too many potential workers, experts say.
David Beyer of EvCC is committed to being responsive to businesses and accessible for all families.
The business will feature a store-within-a store format.
The pilot, Capt. Tammie Jo Shults, has earned praise for helping prevent a far worse outcome.
Why does a 2-year-old have a credit card? Here’s how to protect your children from identity theft.
The agency is calling for more frequent inspections of 3,716 CFM56-7B engines on U.S. airplanes.
The company is buying aerospace parts distributor KLX for $3.25 billion, plus the assumption of debt.
Boston remains on a list of 20 finalists competing for Amazon’s $5 billion second headquarters.