Foxconn Technology Group plans to use more robots for its various manufacturing operations as part of its efforts to replace "dangerous, boring and repeated" work, which has often been blamed for the series of suicides at its various facilities in recent years.
The company will shift from mass production to lean production in the future and consider manufacturing on an order-on-order basis by upgrading its production lines and using more robots, its Chairman Terry Gou
They stop using suspect meat from Shanghai company
The Chinese meat scandal expanded to three new major fast-food brands and one new nation on Tuesday, and more are expected to join the embarrassing fray.
Burger King, Starbucks and Papa John's all said they, too, have stopped using meat from the suspect supplier. In Japan, McDonald's confirmed some Chicken McNuggets were made with meat from the supplier, Husi Food.
At issue: A warning signal is flashing
Gallup findings could lead to era of continuous improvement in higher education
Higher education researchers spend a lot of time studying everything in the universe.
But when it comes to measuring the educational experience they provide, these institutions fall short, according to Gallup Business Journal . So the Gallup-Purdue Index studied more than 30,000 college graduates to figure out what elements of college were associated with long-term measures of success.
The study identified six elements, three