A big and exciting announcement from Mercedes-Benz AG CEO Ola Källenius and NVIDIA founder and CEO Jensen Huang.
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European Union officials are racing to agree on who can visit the bloc as of July 1 based on how countries of origin are faring
Airbus is laying off an additional 26 subcontractors and temporary staff at its engineering center in Mobile
Airbus is laying off an additional 26 subcontractors and temporary staff at its engineering center in Mobile, a company spokeswoman confirmed Monday. The layoffs follow an
Site Selection magazine has named Germany the world‘s best country to invest in, ahead of the United Kingdom and Australia. And Germany Trade & Invest
Airbus has officially launched production of its first U.S-built A220 for U.S. airline company JetBlue aircraft at its newly constructed Final Assembly Line hangar in Mobile.
Airbus has officially launched production of its first U.S-built A220 for U.S. airline company JetBlue. aircraft at its newly constructed Final Assembly Line hangar in
Mercedes-Benz will halt production at its Vance plant due to a shortage of parts – a work stoppage it plans to make up later this
Evonik announced today that it has successfully commissioned an advanced biomaterials facility in Birmingham that will support global demand for the use of its RESOMER-brand
Germany’s daily coronavirus case count has nearly tripled as regions consider an ’emergency brake’ to reinstate harsher lockdowns
About a week after Chancellor Angela Merkel further relaxed Germany’s strict lockdown, the country on Tuesday reported nearly three times as many new COVID-19 cases
Mercedes-Benz Plant and Community Foundation of West Alabama Donate $100,000 for COVID-19 Relief Efforts
Tuscaloosa, Alabama, USA – In partnership with the Community Foundation of West Alabama, Mercedes-Benz U.S. International, Inc. (MBUSI) has donated $100,000 to assist with COVID-19 relief
Airbus CEO Guillaume Faury is calling the coronavirus pandemic the “gravest crisis” for the aerospace industry, forewarning the European plane maker’s plans to “right-size” its entire
Mercedes-Benz U.S. International (MBUSI), as its Alabama operation is known, said operations began Monday with one shift. In coming weeks, the plant will be staffed with