Legislation would give workers new protections from combustible dust explosions like the one that killed 13 people in a Georgia factory in February.
Major industries, including oilsands upgraders and coal-fired power plants, have paid $40 million in fines for failing to meet the province's new limits on greenhouse gas emissions.
FDA found 'significant objectionable conditions' in the manufacture of vaccines and drug ingredients during repeated inspections at the plant in West Point, Pa.
Division of electric utility and manufacturer Otter Tail Corp. plans to build a $121 million wind energy facility in North Dakota by the end of the year.
Manufacturer of industrial heating products plans to shut down its plants at Albany and Orfordville, affecting 110 employees.
Automaker struggled to a first-quarter loss, due in part to a weak U.S. market, a strike at a major parts supplier and plummeting sales of sport utility vehicles and pickups.
Canadian Auto Workers President Buzz Hargrove says he expects Chrysler and General Motors to agree to new contracts similar to a recent deal with automaker Ford.
Federal Reserve cut a key interest rate by a quarter-point Wednesday, a smaller move than the aggressive easing it undertook earlier this year.
Hiring announcement comes as consumer advocates and lawmakers blast the agency for lax oversight, the drug industry pushes for swifter approval of their products and medical experts decry the lack of regulatory resources.
Company says it is reorganizing, setting up new emerging markets unit to reach growing areas, while consolidating its North American operations.
Esmark Inc. says it has accepted a buyout offer valued at about $669 million from India's Essar Steel Holdings.
Labor Department reported Wednesday that employers’ costs to hire and retain workers grew at a slower pace in the first three months of this year.
Bruised economy limped through the first quarter, as housing and credit problems forced people and businesses alike to hunker down.
General Tobacco opens its first U.S. manufacturing plant in Mayodan, N.C., offering new jobs to veterans of the industry.
Chief executive Edgar Masri was replaced by Robert Mao, who will be based in China, which the data network equipment maker sees as its biggest market.
Production fell 3.1 percent from the previous month due to a slump in demand for passenger cars and electronic products, the government said.
Federal Reserve, which began the year aggressively fighting a severe credit crunch and economic weakness, may push pause after delivering perhaps one more quarter-point cut in interest rates.
Japan's top automaker will invest $67.2 million in a project to build the country's first passenger jet in more than three decades.
India-based pharmaceuticals company will buy chemical company BASF's pharmaceutical contract manufacturing business and facility in Shreveport, La.
Company said the new price hikes are necessary to offset sharply higher energy and operating supply costs amid continued strong market demand.