Officials told the agency's administrator there were 'compelling and extraordinary conditions' to justify a federal waiver allowing the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.
Aluminum Corp. of China has stopped production at two factories, another sign that a worsening power shortage in the country is beginning to affect regional industries.
Globe and Mail reports General Motors scrapped plans to build some rear-wheel-drive cars, threatening the long-term future of the largest vehicle assembly plant in Canada.
Operation is part of Automotive Components Holdings LLC, which Ford created in 2005 to manage 17 plants the automaker reacquired from a struggling Visteon Corp.
General Motors' 76 years of global sales supremacy could be ending, as 2007 totals showed the automaker in a virtual tie with Toyota Motor Corp.
GDP growth is expected to grow by 1.4 percent, as manufacturing output is forecast to grow at just 1.9 percent and lose 90,000 jobs.
GlaxoSmithKline officials say they will lay off all 236 workers at its pharmaceutical plant in Bristol, Tenn., beginning in April.
Electrovaya’s New Maya-300 battery-operated car designed for urban driving and fleet operators in cities.
General Motors introduced the company's first hybrid that will be built and sold outside North America, a Buick sedan for the Chinese market.
Shares of the major U.S. pharmaceutical companies declined across the board Tuesday, as recession fears pressured markets worldwide.
Union representing most of Boeing Co.'s engineers and technical workers has named a new leader, Ray Goforth, described by colleagues as a tough negotiator.
European Union antitrust regulators fined German chemical maker and Japan’s Zeon Corp. a total of $49.6 million for colluding to fix prices of synthetic rubber.
Relatively stable automotive production levels along with lower raw material costs and currency benefits could result in better-than-expected financial results for some suppliers.
Albuquerque, N.M.-based Eclipse Aviation reaches settlement with supplier, Hampson Aerospace Inc. over allegations of shoddy workmanship and delayed payments.
Automaker starting a new development team devoted to global midsize cars and setting up regional product development centers as part of its effort to expand overseas sales.
U.S. manufacturers said the changes should boost the ability of American companies to make overseas sales.
Railcar maker entered into a joint venture with Titagarh Wagons Ltd. to develop freight cars for the Indian market.
Auto parts supplier tries to exit bankruptcy with a reorganization blueprint that largely shifts its manufacturing to cheaper overseas plants.
Federal Reserve, confronted with a global stock sell-off fanned by increased fears of a recession, slashed a key interest rate by three-quarters of a percentage point.
Stamina Products pays $105,000 to settle lawsuit over failing to report defective trampolines.