Due to slow sales of Chevrolet Silverado and GMC Sierra models, automaker will cut one shift at its two Michigan assembly plants when production resumes.
Japanese electronics maker and Volkswagen will develop batteries for hybrid vehicles as global automakers race to develop more environmentally friendly technology.
Soaring gas prices and weakening job prospects made shoppers gloomier about the economy in May, driving down a key barometer.
Makers of the AeroGarden line of indoor gardening products announced that Greg Clarke replaced previous CFO, Mitchell Rubin, who has left the company to pursue other interests.
European Union introduced stricter import rules earlier this year, which limited the number of Brazilian farms that met EU animal health standards and could export to Europe.
Blackstone Group and Apollo Management are considering acquiring the Middlebury-based manufacturer of plastic additives and flame-retardant materials.
Quebec Superior Court has approved the $255-million friendly takeover of Draxis Health by India's Jubilant Organosys.
European Union's top trade official said Tuesday he would 'push back hard' against a global trade deal that would give China more time to shield its economy from foreign imports.
After the death of its founder, the J.R. Simplot Co., best known for providing McDonald’s with its frozen French fries, will continue as a family owned agricultural company, said his son.
Economists say the cost of moving goods -- particularly heavy materials such as steel -- not the burden of tariffs, is the largest barrier to global trade today.
Trailer and RV manufacturer announced several promotions to help streamline the development and implementation of new composite product launches.
Local employees in China contribute $35,000 in addition to a corporate donation of $100,000 to aid the recovery response to the recent earthquake in Chengdu.
CEO Bill Johnson says Heinz is finding new ways to reduce its environmental impact, including using potato peels for energy and using smaller packaging.
The same belt and pulley machines that stamped and shaped the world's first metal kazoos circa 1900 still stamp and shape kazoos today.
Automaker wants the money to be used for enhancing school programs in counties close to its new manufacturing plant near Blue Springs.
Manufacturing has gone from bad to worse, so much so that more people are now working in car dealerships, and at the local supermarket or department store than in factories and mills.
Many U.S. growers, once based in California's Salinas Valley, are heading south to escape immigration headaches plus high land prices and water shortages.
Thousands of protesters marched through Seoul protesting a U.S. beef import pact that has renewed fears of mad cow disease.
Rocketing gasoline prices and other cost increases caused German consumers to worry about their purchasing power, according to a closely watched survey.