United Auto Workers union says an 'unanticipated parts shortage' has stopped production at Chrysler's assembly plant in Belvidere, Ill.
WTO panel ruled Beijing improperly taxes imported auto parts at the same rate as finished autos; China refused to comment on the decision.
U.S. health officials plan to inspect a Chinese factory that may be the source of problems with a blood thinner linked to allergic reactions and four deaths.
West Pharmaceutical Services will be reimbursed by Nektar Therapeutics for costs related to the suspension of manufacturing and parts assembly for the Exubera inhalable insulin device.
According to former employees, House of Raeford denies injured workers' time off requests in order to avoid recording lost-time accidents, reports The Charlotte Observer.
Nike and Phoenix Suns guard Steve Nash are releasing a new basketball shoe made with manufacturing scraps, called the Nike Trash Talk shoe.
Facility has been subject to a new product hold by the FDA since 2005; regulators won't approve any new drugs that would be produced at the site until manufacturing problems there are solved.
Shoppers put aside worries about the slumping economy to go to the malls and auto dealerships in January, propelling retail sales to a surprising rebound following a dismal December.
In addition to U.S., Canadian and German government investigations, chocolate companies are facing lawsuits from a gaggle of plaintiffs.
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Commerce Dept. said businesses built up their stockpiles of merchandise in December at the fastest pace in 17 months, suggesting the economy may not have slowed as much as first thought.
Cap supplier for Major League Baseball and the Teamsters union agree to a contract deal with workers at its Mobile plant after dispute over racial discrimination allegations.
Plan by auto parts supplier to exit bankruptcy by the end of next month is in trouble as it struggles to get $6.1 billion in loans in the tight credit market.
Weaver's Potato Chips, a longtime Lincoln chip maker, has laid off 20 employees and is considering closing its plant.
Nuts and snack food company names Steven M. Neil as its new chief financial and administrative officer, effective March 1.
More than half of American Furniture Manufacturing’s assembly plant in Ecru, Miss. is destroyed by a major blaze.
Aluminum products maker will spend $14 million more to expand capacity, increase extrusion capabilities and improve energy efficiency at three U.S. plants.
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer said it plans to deliver 195-200 planes in 2008; Asia-Pacific region will take 20-25 percent of the total aircraft Embraer will sell globally by 2012.
Maker of clean technology fuel systems will open a 20,000-square foot, $3-million assembly plant in B.C. for liquefied natural gas fuel systems and engine conversions.
Alabama chemical plant leaked liquid phosphorus tricholride that formed a toxic gas cloud and left one worker injured and resulted in two school closures.