Agriculture Secretary said American meat was safe to eat after thousands of people in South Korea protested plans to resume U.S. beef imports.
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency says the recalled lawn products sold with unregistered herbicides were no more dangerous than similar, legally registered products.
BHP's chief executive said his company's development projects are more advanced than those of takeover target Rio Tinto, the latest in an argument over which has higher value.
Automaker says the company will reduce production at its Louisville Assembly Plant but has scrapped a plan to lay off 570 auto workers next month.
General Motors is seeking $1.5 million in damages from the union local and five of its members for a blockade at the automaker’s Oshawa, Ontario, headquarters.
Automaker introducing a plug-in hybrid with next-generation lithium-ion batteries in Japan, the U.S. and Europe by 2010, under a widespread strategy to be green.
Peter Sutherland, chairman of the oil giant's board, said recent high prices were not driven by market speculators or fears that oil is running out.
Overall trade surplus shrank 10 percent from a year earlier, though its contentious gaps with both the U.S. and Europe continued to expand -- auguring further trade tensions.
LS Cable and U.S.-based Superior Essex agreed on a cash buyout by the Seoul-based company to create the world's third-biggest wire and cable manufacturer.
While the rapid decline in pickup and SUV sales has been grabbing headlines, minivan sales have also tumbled, falling 20 percent in the first 5 months of 2008.
Prices may climb further this summer, following the arrests of nearly half the work force in an immigration raid at the nation's largest kosher meat processor.
As spiking fuel and food prices rattle consumers worldwide, the U.S. government formed an interagency task force to assess developments in oil and other commodity markets.
World customs authorities called on the United States to repeal or scale back a new law that will require foreign ports to screen all containers before they are shipped to the U.S.
World’s third largest brewer, whose brands include Miller Lite and Pilsner Urquell beers, said the newly-acquired brewer will become its third Russian production facility.
About 80,000 protesters gathered in the largest demonstration yet against the planned resumption of U.S. beef imports, as the entire Cabinet offered to resign in the uproar over the policy.
Automaker is switching gears at its Canton plant, cutting a truck-making shift in favor of one to build cars amid rising gas prices and dropping demand for trucks.
U.S. Energy Department and the IEA both lowered their global oil consumption forecasts for this year because of surging prices, but said demand continues to accelerate in developing nations.
By Julie Fraser, Principal & Industry Analyst at Industry Directions Inc. and Kevin Roach, Vice President, Rockwell Software at Rockwell Automation Getting IT, engineering and manufacturing focused on the same goals and priorities requires a delicate balance of technology and psychology.
Prices resumed their upward trek Tuesday, rising sharply as investors focused once again on growing global demand for crude.