Potential profit cuts of 25 percent for those that rely on coal.
New panel will advise Administration on policies concerning foreign nationals working in U.S.
Company rejects bid for shares from MAN AG.
Japanese officials worried that increase in Chinese steel output would hurt Japan’s economy.
Ford and General Motors have discussed a possible merger or alliance, according to a report in Crain's Automotive News Monday.
Recent moves by China to curb outside investment are an issue.
A surge in payouts for foreign oil pushed the U.S. current account deficit to $218.4 billion in the second quarter, the second-highest level ever.
Company will layoff nearly 500 employees.
Plant will produce environmentally-friendly engines for Volvo Powertrain and bring 1,800 jobs.
When the mighty Mercedes-Benz began to misfire in the 1990's, the company sought roadside assistance from some rather unorthodox mechanics.
The EU, U.S. and Canada file complaints over auto parts tariffs.
Restricting foreign news agencies, mergers and acquisitions and property regulations are a few of the new changes.
Dynegy and LS Power said Friday the companies will combine Dynegy's current assets and operations with LS Power's generation portfolio.
Inflation at the consumer level in August grew at a slower rate than in July - restrained by cooling housing and energy prices - likely alleviating some of the pressure the Federal Reserve will feel to further increase interest rates.
Stamping plant in Ohio and engine facility on Ontario are next to close.
According to research by Industrial Info, interest in biodiesel and renewable fuel sources is surging.
Research can lead to better varieties for industrial uses.
Power plants, other large facilities reduced ozone-forming emissions by 11 percent between 2004 and 2005, under EPA program.
Sixty-five students will participate in apprenticeships aimed at improving industry workforce.