Downsizing has left behind a pool of engineers and designers looking for jobs; some are turning to retraining programs to reach beyond the auto industry for a new line of work.
Worldwide personal-computer market is ‘poised for a resurgence’ and could defy predictions by growing this year, Intel CEO Paul Otellini said Tuesday.
Maker of Jimmy Dean sausages and Hillshire Farms deli meats named Dutch telecommunications executive Marcel H. M. Smits as chief financial officer.
Candy maker Cadbury has taken Kraft's unsolicited bid to British regulators, asking them to make the American food maker produce a formal bid or abandon the proposal.
Chinese company that's in the running to buy Hummer from General Motors likely will locate the brand's corporate headquarters near Detroit, a spokesman said.
Across all income levels, recession has led shoppers to reevaluate their spending and adopt cost-saving strategies, according to a new survey commissioned by IBM.
Jet engine maker said it will eliminate 1,000 jobs in Connecticut by 2011, transferring engine repair work to Georgia and Asia in a cost-cutting move.
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President acknowledged that pursuing costly environmental clean up is difficult at a time when the world is trying to recover from a recession, but said it has to be done.
Beijing has appealed a United States win in a trade dispute over restrictions on the sale of U.S. music, films and books in the Asian country.
Dell is likely to benefit as companies enter the next round of upgrades to personal computers, but integrating Perot poses a number of risks, an analyst said.
Two countries announced ambitious national climate change plans, but questioned binding greenhouse gas cuts when not even the U.S. will agree to scale back pollution.
Proposed contract gives 'protected' status, which means minimum staffing levels are guaranteed for the life of the agreement, to six Goodyear plants.
Crucible Specialty Metals, which is going through bankruptcy reorganization, has several offers for its plants in New York and Pittsburgh.
Auto parts supplier said Tuesday that it will close its original equipment ride control plant in Cozad, Neb., as part of its ongoing global restructuring.
Maker of hydraulic power systems says it will close its Lawrence, Kan., plant, leaving 100 people without jobs.
Company officials say they will invest $3 million in processing and testing equipment for its fuel cell research division in Ohio.
Company said Monday it is planning to expand the manufacturing capacity of its plastics factory in San Luis Potosi, Mexico by the second quarter of fiscal 2010.
Startup company T-Flex and Dwyer Instruments could add about 200 factory jobs in Elkhart County, which has been among nation's hardest-hit places during the recession.