Maker of special materials and chemicals said it is reorganizing its business into two separate operating groups, a move it hopes will streamline the company's business.
A top executive said Prime Minister Putin can count on Renault to assist its partner, struggling Russian carmaker AvtoVAZ, Russian news agencies reported.
Automaker's new Italian management has decided to split the Dodge brand into two groups, one focusing on Dodge Ram trucks and the other on cars and minivans.
Deere & Co. says UAW union members have ratified a six-year contract that covers about 9,500 workers and 17,000 retirees.
Personal computer supply chain may be facing a period of slight oversupply, FBR Capital Markets warned while downgrading Advanced Micro Devices Inc.
GM on Monday is starting a second shift at its Lordstown factory that makes the Chevrolet Cobalt and will begin building the Chevy Cruze compact early next year.
Soft drink and snacks maker said Monday it is forming a new bottling unit called PepsiCo Bottling North America, which will be headed by Eric J. Foss.
Safety officials say improperly operated pump was responsible for chemical leak at Indspec Chemical that forced hundreds of residents from their homes last year.
Missouri-based Emerson Network Power Connectivity Solutions plans to close its production plant in Mesa in December and lay off 135 workers.
Company has agreed to allow Cozad, Neb., officials to find a new owner for its plant after it closes next year.
VW board member is touting its new $1 billion Chattanooga facility as ‘the backbone’ of the German automaker's success in the United States.
Even with 15 million people hunting for work and unemployment rate near 10 percent, some employers can't find enough qualified people for good-paying career jobs.
Some want to demolish and others want to preserve abandoned South Carolina textile mill that was the site of the nation's deadliest violence during a labor strike 75 years ago.
German automaker Daimler said Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus would enter Puerto Rican market with a sales and service agreement with Guaraguao Truck Sales in Puerto Rico.
Low-cost carrier AirAsia will delay delivery of eight Airbus A320-200 aircraft due for 2011 by three years, an official said Monday.
Retail sales in the 16 countries that use the euro fell 0.2 percent in August from the previous month for the second straight month, official figures showed.
Latest results of the Associated Press' monthly analysis of economic stress in more than 3,100 U.S. counties showed the pain easing in some of the nation's hardest hit areas.
Automaker expects about half the red ink it previously forecast, crediting a rise in demand from 'green' car incentives, and said it will raise $1.1 billion to fund R&D.
Commerce Department says demand for manufactured goods dropped 0.8 percent in August, falling by the largest amount in five months.
Auto parts supplier has backed off a proposal to pay up to $80 million in bonuses to top executives and other employees, but a revised bonus plan is still generating opposition.