Six-speed automatic transmission and four-cylinder engine in the 2008 Chevy Malibu give GM some fuel-efficiency boost in the hyper-competitive midsize car segment.
Cosma International has signed a deal to buy a stamping and sub-assembly plant in Birmingham, Ala., from Ogihara America.
Depending on how the justices rule, the case could make it easier for employees to win health and disability benefit payments in court.
Despite estimates of pirated goods costing businesses $33.3 billion in lost trade annually, the EU hasn't pursued any Chinese piracy cases in the World Trade Organization.
Maker of Healthy Choice, Banquet and Chef Boyardee products will cut jobs throughout the company over the next year as part of a new effort to streamline its operations.
Explorer Van has laid off workers because the UAW strike against American Axle left it with no Chevrolet or GMC vans to convert.
In a significant reversal, major meat and dairy industry groups backed a total ban on so-called downer cattle from entering the food supply.
U.S. health officials warned Changzhou SPL that the company lacks adequate systems for ensuring that the raw materials it uses for blood thinner heparin are safe.
Replying to criticism from Democratic presidential candidates, Bush said that 'now is not the time to renegotiate ... or walk away from' the North American Free Trade Agreement.
Automaker said Tuesday that its CEO of U.S. operations Tom Purves has been named chief executive of its Rolls-Royce Motor Cars.
Plan requires the nation’s fleet of new cars and trucks to achieve 31.6 miles per gallon, taken as a collective average, by 2015.
Yale University economist Robert Shiller cautioned that the U.S. housing market slump could cause prices to fall more than they did in the Great Depression, and bailouts will be needed so millions don't lose their homes.
General Motors received a strike warning letter from a UAW local at a metal parts stamping factory in Mansfield, Ohio, that employs about 1,400 hourly workers.
European plane maker announced increases of as much as $4 million to catalog prices, citing the ever-cheaper dollar and the high cost of metals.
Asia's largest carrier says it may seek financial compensation from Boeing for delivery delays of its new 787 jetliner.
Toronto-based maker of advanced materials for industrial uses appointed aluminum industry sales veteran Tim Hardman as the new president and chief operating officer.
Automaker hiring 1,500 new workers at its operations in Russia to help meet the region's growing appetite for cars.
U.S. recession and financial crisis weakening prospects for economic growth in key industrialized regions, according to the Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.
Despite hurdles that include national security concerns and product challenges, telecom gear maker is determined to become a major player in the U.S. market.
Defense contractor's first-quarter earnings rose 6 percent as higher sales of space equipment, missiles and other combat tools offset a dip in fighter jet sales.