Japanese automaker's San Antonio plant is back on line after a three-month shutdown forced by the faltering economy and weak Tundra truck sales.
Companies claim 'unintended discrepancies' in how the government rated its bid to build a Humvee replacement in 3 key areas and that their proposal merited a higher score.
Groups suing Federal Maritime Commission, alleging it violated environmental laws when it sought a court order to halt parts of the program that could lead to the replacement of 18,000 older trucks.
Sanford Corp. is reshuffling its manufacturing of Sharpie markers in Tennessee, moving work from Shelbyville to Maryville.
Oil prices hit a 20-month low Tuesday as Wall Street offered yet more evidence that consumers have gone into hiding.
GM will unveil new Buick model in Detroit instead of Los Angeles, fearing it could get lost in the news about GM's cash crisis and efforts to get government aid.
Joint venture between Nokia Corp. and Siemens AG will lay off 1,250 employees in Finland and Germany as part of a previously announced cost-cutting plan.
President-elect’s aides said that during the pair’s meeting Monday, Obama suggested to President Bush that the administration immediately help struggling U.S. automakers.
According to the International Council of Shopping Centers-Goldman Sachs Index, same-store sales dropped 1 percent for week ending Saturday, compared with the previous week.
David Keiser will retire as president and chief operating officer of Alexion Pharmaceuticals Inc. at the end of the year.
British drug maker to close one of its English plants and cut 620 jobs by 2013 because the majority of drugs made at the plant are losing their patent protection.
More than 500 employees at Hubbell Inc.'s Centralia, Mo., plant are striking over a contract they say eliminates or restructures certain retirement, health and medical benefits.
IG Metall, Germany's biggest industrial union, began a new round of talks with employer representatives on Tuesday to reach a wage deal and stave off a full-fledged strike.
Contract talks covering nearly 21,000 Boeing engineers, scientists and technical workers have been extended because of unresolved economic and other issues.
British chemicals producer agreed to a $1.6 billion cash takeover by Mitsubishi Rayon Co. Ltd., which would gain ownership of the Lucite and Perspex acrylic plastic brands.
Chile's largest airline says it is purchasing four Boeing 767 aircraft for $636 million, with an option to purchase two more similar aircraft in 2013.
Automaker soon will begin a $118 million expansion and retooling of its plant in Canton, Miss., to prepare for the production of a light commercial vehicle.
Commercial truck and engine maker to reorganize its truck segment into four business units and cut an unspecified number of jobs in an effort to make it more competitive.
Drugmaker Amylin Pharmaceuticals Inc. will cut 340 jobs, or a quarter of its San Diego work force, in a move to cut operating expenses by more than $100 million in 2009.
Aluminum producer suspended its expansion of an alumina refinery in Western Australia state and slashed metal production as demand weakens due to the global credit crisis.