United Technologies

The merger will create one of the world's largest defense companies.
President Donald J. Trump said he’d saved 1,100 jobs at a Carrier plant in Indianapolis, Indiana. But now hundreds more employees have been laid off, and they feel betrayed.
He "sold us a bag of s**t" we're stuck with, former Steelworkers leader Chuck Jones says at an Indianapolis town hall.
Giant corporations, loyal to coin and faithless to country, staged a public display of blubbering in the run up to this week’s
A renegotiated NAFTA that subordinates workers will meet the fate of the now-dead Trans-Pacific Partnership.
Offshoring has padded corporate profits while suppressing wages both in the U.S. and abroad.
Whirlpool, the big appliance manufacturer, stressed in recent years its preference to make it in America. In 2013, it actually
GM said it makes its Cruze sedan in the United States and that all of those sold in the United States are made in a plant in Lordstown, Ohio.
We came to find out, however, that the "fine print" of the deal involved a $7-million tax benefit "job ransom" from the State
Trump pressured Carrier during his campaign over its intent to move jobs to Mexico.
Businesses are still hiring, but mostly in the lower-paying service industries, as higher-paying manufacturing jobs continue to move overseas. So Bernie and The Donald are right in calling out U.S. corporations.
United Technologies did not immediately respond to a request for comment. It's not clear how much the company stands to save