Nissan and several other fuel-cell vehicle manufacturers made a stop in Smyrna, Tenn., during a cross-country trip to showcase the environmentally-friendly FCVs.
Chrysler says the design chief responsible for the success of the Dodge Challenger, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Dodge Viper and Dodge Ram is retiring at month's end.
General Motors to announce Tuesday it is offering employee pricing to everyone as it tries to clear out its remaining inventory of 2008 vehicles.
U.S. car buyers are growing less satisfied with their purchases from domestic automakers while their Asian and European competitors continue to improve.
Associated Press analysis of FDA records found that peppers and chilies were consistently the top Mexican crop rejected by border inspectors for the last year.
Nation will start an aggressive push to market abroad its mobile technology, especially the nation's popular 'wallet phone,' a government official said.
Lawmakers rejected restrictions on a chemical used in baby bottles and canned formula despite safety concerns that led retailers to remove the products.
Japan is investigating a possible battery defect in the popular iPod Nano music player after reports that two overheated in Tokyo, a government official said.
Investor confidence recovered from a 16-year low, rising by 8.4 points in August as fears of an economic downturn in Europe's biggest economy appeared to ease.
General Electric expects its business in China to reach $10 billion a year by 2010, driven by China's efforts to improve energy efficiency and clean up its environment.
Manufacturer of polymer products for industrial, commercial and consumer markets, said Monday that it will take charges of up to $28 million as it cuts costs.
Three months after Democratic presidential candidate spoke at Thorngate, maker of high-end men’s clothing, the plant is reducing its work week to three days.
Company's electronics and safety division will lay off about 600 of its 3,200 U.S. salaried workers, blaming a steep drop in automaker demand for its components.
Russian mining and metals company has launched a medium-section mill in Romania following renovations, the company said Monday.
Fat Man Beef Jerky Company plans to open a production plant with federal grant money that will employ 20 workers.
Layoffs and restructurings are taking a toll on drug and medical technology companies in New Jersey, one of the state's most important industries.
Latin American-based manufacturers will increase output this year and in 2009, maintaining their earlier momentum, according to a report by the Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.
Quick-freeze trailer in Vermont among the first in the nation designed to process and freeze vegetables at the farm, providing produce to customers throughout the year.
Hassell and Hughes Lumber Co., is taking advantage of the popularity of wood pellet stoves in New England by producing the pellets from the sawdust created in its flooring mill.