Second quarter after-tax profits down from first quarter; up from same quarter 2005.
Company to inspect 1.87 million copiers for wiring problems that may lead to fires.
South Korea's largest steelmaker investing $250 million in Mexican automotive steel plate plant
BMW will roll out the world’s first hydrogen-burning car early next year.
Industrial production expanded 12.4 percent in July.
Boston Fed chief says central bankers still need to keep eyes on inflation.
Company will expand facility in Workington, England.
Machinery orders off by 16 percent in July, according to a report from Japan’s Cabinet Office.
August surplus jumps to $18.8 billion.
Industrial Info research shows industry spending may exceed $50 billion next year, with North American projects making up largest portion.
Oil production steady for now, but if price dips below $60, levels may change.
Solectron, an electronics manufacturing and integrated supply chain provider, announced a multi-year contract with Sun Microsystems to oversee the manufacturing of the company's StorageTek product line.
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New website for Great Lakes region highlights manufacturing sector.
GenTek's purchase of GAC for $7.8 million expected to boost GenTek's 2007 earnings.
Agreement reached on bill for screening to detect radiological materials.
Losses in first quarter may lower sales target for Proton.
Tools For Tommorrw program will help to close skills gap.
Kraft Foods will invest $10 million in NY plant, retain 331 jobs.