Premier Dalton McGuinty says federal government has to invest in manufacturing to help Canadian companies compete in the global economy.
Company says up to 45 employees could be affected when Fuji moves all of its X-ray film production to Japan at the end of March.
Automaker's overall sales boosted by the popularity of Focus model, the fastest growing mid-sized car in China last year.
First of a flurry of lawsuits says owners were grossly negligent in failing to provide safety equipment for workers handling toxic chemicals.
World's largest steelmaker purchases Unicon, a maker of steel pipes for the oil and gas industry, adding to a string of recent South American acquisitions.
Beauty products maker says restructuring will cut about 4,000 jobs globally, but new jobs will be created, resulting in a net reduction of 2,400 jobs.
Duo joins a field of industry heavyweights competing for a contract worth up to $20 billion to produce Pentagon's next-generation family of lightweight vehicles.
ITW purchases baking equipment maker and supplier Peerless Machinery Corp. to enhance its food-equipment offerings.
U.K. household cleaning and personal care products maker clears a U.S. regulatory waiting period necessary to complete its $2.3 billion buyout.
Chip testing equipment maker names Eichler senior vice president and chief financial officer, replacing Joy E. Leo.
Manufacturers add exotic features and strive for zero thickness to keep HDTVs from becoming a commodity product.
Consumer Product Safety Commission plans to boost port inspection of toys, fireworks, electrical products and other goods considered potentially high-risk.
Plywood and sawmill operations in Louisiana will shut down indefinitely this month, putting about 400 people out of work, at least temporarily.
Europe's second-largest car manufacturer predicts faster growth this year thanks to the launch of new models.
Leaders say they are more optimistic because their mission has become clear — produce quality, fuel efficient vehicles — according KPMG’s annual survey.
Japanese electronics maker’s president says company will combat global warming by making its two core businesses environmentally friendly.
Automaker will invest $500 million and begin making an inexpensive car, attempting to boost market share in a booming economy.
Beijing contributing to the International Thermonuclear Experimental Reactor nuclear fusion project, in hopes it will help its massive future energy needs.
Sales rose 2 percent in the United States, with strong demand for SUVs, while Asian sales were up 12 percent, lifted higher by demand for luxury cars.