Workers at the newsprint mill in Mackenzie, B.C., have been given their termination and severance pay notices, eroding any hope it will reopen.
Bankrupt auto supplier to receive $447 million from the sale of its global steering and halfshaft business to a Los Angeles-based private equity group.
Company says blaze damaged a warehouse, but did not affect manufacturing capability; no injuries reported.
BNET.com survey finds two-thirds of CEOs agree with public outcry over skyrocketing CEO compensation.
Company recalling the vaccine, known as Hib, which prevents meningitis and pneumonia after testing showed a sterilization problem in a Pennsylvania factory.
White House pressured the Environmental Protection Agency to weaken requirements that companies annually disclose releases of toxic chemicals, congressional auditors say.
Toyota's president of U.S. sales, marketing and distribution operations expects more than a dozen new or updated vehicles to boost sales by three percent next year.
UAW members were expected to vote this weekend on the agreement, details of which were not publicly disclosed.
Along with rivals Ford and General Motors, Chrysler is choosing to idle plants to adjust to falling consumer demand so they can avoid stockpiling vehicles.
Federal court confirmed Dana Corp.'s Chapter 11 reorganization plan, paving the way for the auto-parts supplier to emerge from bankruptcy by the end of January.
Handing a major defeat to the auto industry, a federal judge ruled the state can regulate greenhouse gas emissions from vehicles.
Chairman and CEO Gerald L. Storch discusses toy recalls and details what the retailer and the industry are doing to make toys safer.
Politically sensitive deficit with China grew 9.1 percent to a record-high $25.93 billion said the Commerce Department.
Truck drivers defy a government back-to-work order in a protest that idled factories, left gasoline pumps dry and caused shortages of foodstuffs across the country.
Hershey also announced that Ted Jastrzebski is taking over for Bilbrey as president of Hershey International.
General Motors's vice chairman for global product development said he wants to retire after the company brings a plug-in electric car to market.
Automated ink manufacturing plant to serve growing demand for Xerox's proprietary solid ink color printers.
Deal expands Teradyne’s product line into the flash memory chip sector.
Morgan Stanley analyst says Boeing will fail to reach its goal of delivering 109 of its Dreamliner 787 aircraft by 2009.