Food company has agreed to clarify labels showing the amount of whole grain contained in its Soft & Smooth bread.
Government inspectors found the bacteria strain on a Mexican-grown jalapeno pepper handled in Texas and issued a warning for consumers to avoid fresh jalapenos.
General Motors joined with utility companies to work out electricity issues that will crop up when it rolls out new electric vehicles in a little more than two years.
About 1,500 employees are moving into the new headquarters 25 years after the Japanese company became the first foreign automaker to build cars in the southern U.S.
Oil minister says his country is opposed to any crude output increase by the cartel in its September meeting in Vienna, Austria.
Beijing disagreed with a World Trade Organization ruling that its taxes on imported auto parts violate trade rules and said it reserved the right to appeal.
Orthopedics manufacturer plans to create nearly 100 new jobs by 2011 with a $19 million expansion to produce implants used for hip, knee and shoulder replacements.
Companies will invest $140 million to start making next-generation displays at their joint plant by the second half of 2009.
Pharmaceutical company Roche Holding will buy U.S. gene therapy company Mirus Bio Corp. for $125 million.
Anglo-Dutch consumer and food giant signed a deal to sell its Bertolli olive oil and vinegar business to Spain's Grupo SOS for $999 million.
Czech brewery has been fighting with Anheuser-Busch over the Budweiser brand and said the sale to InBev will not affect the legal battle.
Motorboat maker will add 250 jobs over the next five years at its company headquarters in North Carolina as it builds a new boat line.
Industrial union IG Metall and Siemens agreed there should be no outright layoffs in Germany, and no closure of Siemens sites until at least September 2010.
Conference Board says its index of leading economic indicators fell in June as factories cut workers' hours and stocks tumbled.
Domestic ocean shipping and integrated logistics company today named James R. Storey Director of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications.
Government is investigating 2007-2008 model year Hyundai Elantra compact cars after receiving reports of engine stalling, officials said.
First low-priced car available to the masses marks its 100th anniversary at a time when Americans are faced with high gas prices and the U.S. auto industry is struggling with plant closings and layoffs.
Automaker is giving hourly workers at 17 facilities another round of buyout and early retirement offers in an ongoing effort to match production with slumping sales.
Visionary Vehicles' lawsuit accuses China's Chery Automobile of defrauding the company after the two formed a joint venture to import Chinese cars to the U.S.
Germany's Schaeffler KG adjusted its takeover offer for larger auto parts maker Continental AG, citing a new calculation of the bigger company's recent average share price.