Group of investors has agreed to buy Norwalk Furniture and restart production at its plant in northern Ohio this week, saving some of the jobs lost earlier this year.
Bankruptcy judge has approved Delphi Corp.'s proposal to freeze its pension plans as part of the auto supplier's blueprint to eventually emerge from bankruptcy protection.
Attack adds to security concerns surrounding the $350 million plant in West Bengal, India, where Ratan Tata hopes to build the world's cheapest car.
Automaker revealed three electric prototypes -- a Dodge sports car, a Jeep and a Chrysler minivan -- but said it hasn’t decided which vehicle will come out in 2010.
World Trade Organization will examine whether Japan is complying with a ruling against its punitive import charge on South Korean computer chips.
Aerospace and specialty materials manufacturer says it has developed a fertilizer that is more difficult to use as an explosive.
Convention held next year on the future of manufacturing, technology, energy and the environment could help fuel a plan to overcome industrial and economic upheavals affecting the entire country.
Chancellor Angela Merkel vowed Tuesday to keep in place the so-called ‘Volkswagen Law’ allowing the state of Lower Saxony a blocking minority of Europe's largest carmaker.
Senate is taking up a $100 billion tax bill designed to spur renewable energy investment, give tax breaks and protect over 20 million people from the dreaded alternative minimum tax.
Company said it secured financing Tuesday to build a manufacturing plant in Russia, confident that European demand will increase for the Eclipse light jet.
Soup maker said Monday it plans to expand its Maxton, N.C., plant, adding 50 jobs and a production line for making ready-to-serve soups and broths packaged in cartons.
Agriculture Department's use of a new food labeling law has met opposition from farm groups saying it has loopholes that could confuse consumers about where their meat comes from.
Checkson Die Casting & Product Factory said Tuesday it is recalling a lantern that may cause an electric shock to customers.
More than two decades after exiting the television manufacturing business, General Electric is entering a new joint partnership that will make flat panel TVs that connect to the Internet.
Public confidence in China's economy is weakening as growth slows, and export orders and planned home purchases have fallen to the lowest in at least nine years.
Lalit Kishore Choudhary, head of Graziano Transmissioni India, died after being attacked with iron rods and wooden sticks at the company factory on the outskirts of New Delhi.
Drug maker said it was boosting its previously rebuffed offer for the portion of biotech company ImClone Systems that it doesn’t already own to $62 per share, or $4.7 billion.
Automaker’s plan to morph itself from a truck to a car company is backed by market research showing that a new line of global small cars will be well received in the U.S.
IG Metall, Germany's largest industrial union, demanded an 8 percent wage increase for 3.6 million workers, saying that they should share in manufacturing industry's recent strength.
World Trade Organization launched an investigation into the legality of European taxes on imports of high-tech goods, acting on a complaint by the U.S., Japan and Taiwan.