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With truck and SUV sales tumbling and its U.S.-based competitors either closing factories or cutting production, Chrysler may be the next to announce further cuts.
Justice Dept. suing diversified manufacturer Honeywell International Inc. for selling material used in bulletproof vests that it alleges the company knew was defective.
Harbour Report on manufacturing says Detroit automakers almost erased a productivity gap with their Asian rivals in 2007 thanks to worker buyouts and leaner plants.
Emissions cuts, together with energy savings and the promotion of clean energies, is part of a package of measures that EU wants to see adopted by year's end.
Volkswagen remains on track to make a decision in July on where it will build an assembly plant in the U.S., the company's North American chief said.
Dutch navigational company sealed its arduous $4.3 billion takeover bid of digital mapmaker Tele Atlas NV.
Manufacturer of major home appliances announced the retirement of executive vice president and chief technology officer Mike Thieneman, effective June 30, 2008.
New plant will be an 'an important production base that completes Hyundai's global expansion plans,' the company said in a statement.
President of the Americas Mark Fields said in an e-mail message sent to workers Thursday the cuts will take place by Aug. 1.
Unit of Simmons Manufacturing Co. and the Consumer Product Safety Commission voluntarily recalled about 20,000 crib mattresses due to a potential infant entrapment hazard.
Maker of Arm & Hammer products to construct a new integrated laundry detergent manufacturing plant and distribution center that will reduce energy consumption 30 percent.
Labor Department reported that applications for unemployment benefits totaled 357,000 last week, some 18,000 fewer than the previous week.
Clothing and accessories maker said its CEO, Richard Woolcott, has been elected chairman of the board of directors and COO Jason Steris will also now be president of the company.
Searching for new manufacturing ventures, state economic development officials say the production of premium pet foods holds promise for Louisiana.
Researchers believe that sloshing water through hair-thin pipes inside chips will solve a vexing problem facing next-generation computers -- heat.
Three-alarm blaze engulfed three truck tankers and kept residents in about 2,500 homes indoors for several hours before firefighters extinguished the flames.
Toyota Boshoku America, a manufacturer of automotive interior systems, has named Johnny Tucker to oversee production and start-up efforts at its new Mississippi plant.
Intel is facing a multimillion dollar fine in South Korea for something it says it does not do: Pay customers rebates to protect market share and hinder competition.
Sen. Norm Coleman announced plans to travel to Detroit to urge Ford Motor Co. to scrap plans to close the company's St. Paul plant.