Solar-products maker says it agreed to develop the plant by 2012 with assistance from the local government in China's Jiangsu Province.
Combination wall and microwave ovens recalled after at least 35 incidents of fire that damaged property.
Commerce Department reported orders to U.S. factories unexpectedly rose in October by 0.5 percent, although much of the gain reflected higher energy prices.
Labor Department reports worker productivity had its best showing since the summer of 2003, far bigger than had been expected.
European Union regulators fined five companies — including DuPont and Dow Chemical Co. — for fixing the price of chloroprene rubber.
Maker of wet wipes and other products from recycled materials will open a $63 million manufacturing facility in Rogers at plant that had been closed since last year.
Officials say about 500 gallons of barbecue sauce were spilled into a creek in Muscatine before malfunctioning equipment could be shut down.
Chinese Commerce Ministry report attributes discrepancy between the increase in export volume and sales to 'unhealthy competition' in the passenger car industry.
New Genesis sedan is automaker's first foray into the market for luxury cars dominated by the likes of BMW, Mercedes-Benz and Lexus.
Chief executive of automotive components and tire maker says company will focus on growth and not cost cuts after its acquisition of Siemens AG's VDO auto unit.
Leblanc clarinet factory — whose history dates back centuries in France — will shut down, cutting the final 100 jobs at the facility.
Automaker says it will pick up the tab for as many as 300 of its employees who attend college, paying a $2,500 tax-free maximum to students.
Italian car maker spending $102.9 million to improve efficiency and competitiveness at the production facility so it can begin producing new car models.
Indonesia-based airline placed the order for Boeing's Next-Generation 737-900ER extended range airplanes.
The 1,800 pound car, which gets 40 miles per gallon highway, is about to hit the U.S. market as Congress imposes tougher fuel efficiency standards.
General Motors lowered production plans for the first three months of 2008, and employees assembling pickups in Oshawa, Ont., will be among the first to be affected.
Beijing downplays agreement that the United States heralded as a breakthrough, saying it will mean few changes to Chinese trade practices.
General Motors recently submitted a formal bid for a stake in OAO AvtoVaz, Russia's largest carmaker, in effort to expand its presence in that rapidly growing market.
Some distributors of just Miller or Molson Coors products are looking at buying competitors as they grapple with rising costs for fuel, materials and labor.