Automakers experiencing production boom in China with Toyota, Honda and Nissan setting records for September, the latest sign of recovery for Japan's auto industry.
Pharmaceutical company is recalling about 250 million Accusure insulin syringes it has distributed nationwide since 2002 because products' needles could detach from the syringes.
Shoppers have a grim outlook on the economy, The Conference Board said, expecting a worsening business climate, fewer jobs and lower salaries.
Two executives from Oregon-based Brammo Inc. rode from Detroit to Washington to meet with lawmakers to explain electric motorcycles’ benefits for commuters.
Train maker said Tuesday it has signed a contract worth $1.2 billion to supply 100 regional trains to French railway operator SNCF.
Members of Alabama's congressional delegation say the process for selecting a contractor for a proposed $35 billion Air Force tanker contract must be changed.
Company said Tuesday its third-quarter profit plunged 98 percent as the company continues to face reduced sales at its corporate jet and helicopter businesses.
President Obama made a pitch for renewable energy Tuesday, announcing $3.4 billion in government support for 100 projects aimed at modernizing nation's power grid.
State Senate committee approved incentive package that appears tailored to lure massive Boeing assembly facility to North Charleston, South Carolina.
Consumer Reports' 2009 car and truck reliability survey was dominated by Asian brands, but several Ford models were as dependable or better than the industry's best.
Luxury automaker Fisker Automotive is buying a shuttered General Motors assembly plant in Delaware to produce plug-in hybrid electric cars, officials said Tuesday.
State economic development board is approving tax breaks for several projects, including auto suppliers, aimed at bringing new jobs to Michigan.
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Japanese electronics giants said that their optical disc drive operations are under investigation by U.S. authorities for possible antitrust violations.
Steel producer returned to profitability during its third quarter, helped by better demand, and expects shipments of steel to pick up in the final months of the year.
United States Steel Corp. said Tuesday it lost money for a third straight quarter as the global economic downturn continued to dampen demand for the metal.
Japan's third-largest automaker to launch new small car platform -- dubbed 'V' for versatility -- in Thailand, India, and China starting in March.
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