Manufacturing

Business

Attackers who hacked into Colonial Pipeline systems chose one of the most important segments of the U.S. energy infrastructure, an artery that carries half of all fuel consumed on the East Coast.

May 13, 2021

Business

The oil giant said it had a solid start to the year, aided by higher energy prices and strong results from its trading division, giving the first indication that major oil companies are on the road to recovery after pandemic-induced losses across the industry last year.

April 6, 2021

Finance

A handful of Wall Street firms that bet big on the power sector in recent years made millions in paper profits when the winter storm in Texas boosted demand for the electricity generated by plants they own.

April 6, 2021

Autos Industry

Shares of Toyota, Nissan and Honda fell as the industry assessed the impact on global chip supplies resulting from Friday’s fire at a Japanese factory owned by a unit of Renesas.

March 23, 2021

Business

The extreme weather in Texas and backlogs at California ports have compounded problems during the pandemic by slowing production and supplies for a range of businesses.

March 18, 2021

Business

Supply-chain problems are complicating production at Toyota, Honda, and Samsung, as freak weather, port blockages and the continued impact of Covid-19 combine to disrupt global supply chains.

March 17, 2021

Business

Numerous chemical plants were shut down as Texas lost power last month, disrupting a global supply chain for consumer goods.

March 17, 2021

Risk & Compliance Journal

Braskem has opened an internal investigation into bribery allegations made last year by the former chief executive of Mexico’s state-run oil company, according to a securities disclosure.

March 15, 2021