Merchants reporting improvement in business, including strong early sales of certain key holiday items, but shoppers' concerns over safety are still high.
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Institute for Supply Management report suggests sector is doing well overall, despite a slip in new orders and production.
European plane maker Airbus says airline plans to buy 10 long-range, mid-size A350 XWB aircraft and 20 smaller A321s.
Chinese export-oriented food companies, with foreign help, improved quality to meet import standards in Japan, the United States and elsewhere.
In afternoon European trading the 13-nation currency bought $1.4221 as markets awaited a report on American factories for indications about the strength of the U.S. economy.
Electrical components maker has regulatory approval for proposed acquisition of Cleveland-based supplier of electrical boxes and industrial PVC pipe.
Tentative contract would allow automaker to close a plant each in Michigan and Indiana and possibly shut down several other facilities.
Pollution levels, especially air quality, are a huge concern ahead of the Olympics, which start next Aug. 8.
Meat company now recalling 21.7 million pounds of ground beef products, up from 332,000 pounds initially recalled because of possible E. coli contamination.
Economic picture mixed, with industrial production gaining more than expected while business sentiment slipped from a 17-month high and exports declined.
Key quarterly confidence index for large manufacturers unchanged from June; analysts expected index would fall due to problems in the U.S. credit market.
Chief of a special Cabinet-level panel says officials must try harder to resolve product safety problems, especially at lower levels that oversee manufacturing.
Convertible rooftop maker eliminating a quarter of its work force because of a decline in orders.
By Jeff Reinke, Editorial Director, IMPO (Industrial Maintenance & Plant Operation)Recent developments in plant networking highlight an added focus on efficiency.
From 2002 through 2006, five companies paid orthopedic surgeons 'exorbitant' amounts to be consultants and use their products exclusively.
Quad/Graphics shelving system collapse led to a fire and one employee's death; jury says three manufacturers owe the Wisconsin-based printing company $63 million.