Manufacturing

September 4, 2018
Inside the Factory of China’s Future (WSJ)

July 2, 2018
Inside Tesla’s Audacious Push to Reinvent the Way Cars Are Made (NYT)

March 1, 2018
Levi’s Wants Lasers, Not People, to Rip Your Jeans (WSJ)

February 6, 2018
Companies Everywhere Copied Japanese Manufacturing. Now the Model Is Cracking (WSJ)

January 23, 2018
Tim Cook Stumbles at His Specialty, Shipping Apple Products on Time (WSJ)

November 7, 2017
Nike’s plan to shave a month off its shoe delivery times

July 12, 2017
This Economic Model Organized Asia for Decades. Now It’s Broken (Bloomberg)

May 30, 2017
BMW Slows Some Production Due to Parts Shortage From Supplier Bosch

May 15, 2017
Your Shoes Will Be Printed Shortly (WSJ)

March 22, 2017
China Sees a Manufacturing Future—in America (WSJ)

February 27, 2017
Hasbro to Make Play-Doh in the U.S. (WSJ)

February 14, 2017
How Manufacturing has changed (Economist)

February 14, 2017
Adidas’s high-tech factory brings production back to Germany (Economist)

January 30, 2017
JIGGERY-BESPOKERY (Economist)

December 10, 2016
Siemens and General Electric gear up for the internet of things (Economist)

September 27, 2016
This is the first Adidas shoe made almost entirely by robots

August 31, 2016
Apple’s little-known (and somewhat unsexy) secret to success (recode)

August 30, 2016
G.E., the 124-Year-Old Software Start-Up (NYT)

August 22, 2016
Nike Forms Supply-Chain Pact With Apollo (WSJ)

August 17, 2016
China’s Factories Count on Robots as Workforce Shrinks (WSJ)