India's investment in international companies and its rising middle-class has reshaped the country, spurring a national economic boom.
Union membership has fallen below 500,000 for the first time since World War II, reflecting the massive restructuring undertaken by Detroit's automakers.
To celebrate their 40th anniversary, Hot Wheels is letting designers from automakers create the miniature cars.
Companies like Caterpillar and Deere have taken refuge in growing economies overseas to ride out the downturn in the American economy.
World Trade Organization will rule against the European Union next week in a 12-year-old dispute with the U.S. and Canada over beef treated with hormones.
Civil lawsuit against aluminum maker Alcoa, filed by a Middle Eastern company, is halted while federal prosecutors determine if the company broke any laws.
Company has been awarded a one-year contract to provide aircraft and manufacturing services to the U.S. Army under a logistics support program.
Supplier and manufacturer of rotating equipment has reached a tentative agreement with a local union representing approximate 500 workers at its New York facility.
Plane maker is acquiring Vought Aircraft Industries' interest in Global Aeronautica to improve efficiency on assembly of the new 787.
Former research and development employee at the specialty chemicals company is accused of selling trade secrets to a competitor in South Korea.
Motors manufacturer said one of its subsidiaries will acquire Weihai Hengda Electric Motor and Wendeng Second Electric Motor Factory to expand its product offerings.
Intertrade Holdings sold its organic sulfates plant to Cincinnati-based Pilot Chemical Corp., and a plant executive said there will likely be some layoffs as a result.
Berkline/BenchCraft is planning to consolidate all its upholstery manufacturing operations at its facilities in Morristown to reduce operating costs.
Secretary Paulson will meet with Chinese leaders and follow up on an agreement the two countries reached last year on environmental cooperation.
Regulators drastically cut the number of zero-emission vehicles required by 2014 after auto manufacturers said they needed more time to reach the standard.
About 500 workers will leave the assembly factory Friday when it closes after 28 years in operation; another 430 will stay on for a year to decommission the plant.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries is going ahead with its mid-sized regional jet -- the first nationally funded, domestically manufactured passenger aircraft project since 1973.
Suspected rat was found in frozen vegetables imported from the U.S., prompting South Korea's food protection agency to order a recall and launch an investigation.
Commerce Department says economy nearly sputtered out at the end of the year and is probably faring even worse now amid continuing housing, credit and financial crises.
Strike at auto parts maker American Axle previously affected only plants assembling General Motors SUVs and trucks, but is now spreading to factories that make sedans.