California brewer claimed he's only exploiting a town name, but federal alcohol regulators ordered him to stop selling beer bottles with caps that say 'Try Legal Weed.'
Despite the discovery of a spinal column in a meat shipment from an American processing plant, Japan will not impose a blanket ban on U.S. beef imports.
Ball Corp. said Wednesday it will close an aluminum beverage can manufacturing plant in Kent, Wash., that employs 111 people.
Business confidence fell to 102.4 points in April, after three months of increases, reflecting concern about the record-setting euro and soaring oil prices.
Nearly two-month strike at its parts supplier may have cost the automaker sales of 7,000 to 10,000 vehicles to fleet buyers, a GM sales executive said.
Philadelphia Inquirer says federal inspectors are reporting 49 areas of concern at Merck & Co. Inc.'s vaccine plant in Montgomery County.
Automaker surprised Wall Street with a $100 million profit as strong results from Europe and South America helped offset the impact of a slumping U.S. economy.
Pininfarina SpA will open a research, design and engineering center in Pune, India, with the Tata Group.
Plane maker forecast 'substantial' demand for its A380 superjumbo in China as international traffic to mega cities such as Beijing or Shanghai increases.
People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals is offering a million-dollar prize to anyone who can create a commercially viable poultry product in a laboratory.
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Retailer promised products with an RFID tag would be clearly labeled and plans to have the inventory-tracking device on all products sold at Sam’s Club by 2010.
General Electric CEO tells shareholders the economy is the toughest it's been since 2001 and the U.S. is facing the worst housing crisis since the Great Depression.
Officials said a spinal column was found in a U.S. beef shipment in violation of a trade accord that prohibits parts believed to pose a risk of mad cow disease.
Japanese automaker has taken the global automotive sales lead from General Motors, selling 2.41 million vehicles to GM's 2.25 million.
Officials warned that calls in China for a boycott of French products since the raucous Olympic torch relay in Paris could spark a backlash against Chinese exports.
Eighteen illegal immigrants arrested at an Arkansas poultry plant will be processed for deportation, but will not serve any jail time.
Northrop Grumman beat out Boeing and Lockheed Martin to win a $1.16 billion contract to design and develop an unmanned aircraft for patrolling coastlines and the open ocean.
More than 4,000 workers walked off the job at a privately owned shoe factory in Ho Chi Minh City, demanding higher pay to keep pace with rising inflation.
Talks between American Axle and striking United Auto Workers worsened as the union has rejected offers that are better than those paid by competitors.