Plane maker and Honeywell International are developing a biofuel that by 2030 could satisfy nearly a third of the worldwide demand from commercial aircraft, without affecting food supplies.
Investigators concluded that two military helicopters were vandalized on the production line at a Boeing factory near Philadelphia, and the Defense Department is offering a reward.
Automaker lowering its U.S. sales forecast from 15.5 million vehicles to 15.2 million vehicles as the weak economy continues to wreak havoc on the auto industry.
Head of the International Monetary Fund said Thursday that the worst of the global financial turbulence was over, but that the ramifications from it are likely to be felt for some time.
Aircraft parts supplier has agreed to hire 1,031 workers at a new facility to be built at North Carolina’s Global TransPark, a project that hopes to rebound the region's shriveling economy.
Steelmaker has chosen a tract in southeastern Louisiana as the only possible U.S. site for a $2 billion iron-making plant that would create 500 jobs.
Arguments are underway before the Rhode Island Supreme Court over a landmark jury verdict that could cost former lead paint companies billions of dollars in cleanup costs.
Plastic pipe manufacturer said it will be cutting production at its Hastings, Neb., plant this summer and will lay off 50 by July 12.
Fiberglass plant says it will nearly double its work force at its operation in Bishopville by the end of the year.
Nation's industrial output plunged 0.7 percent in April, reflecting big cutbacks in autos and other manufacturing industries, and more than double the decline economists expected.
Wall Street Journal reported that General Electric plans to auction off its Louisville, Ky.-based appliances business, which could yield between $5 billion and $8 billion.
Manufacturers gave back some of their recent gains in March as factory sales retreated 1.6 percent to $49 billion, their first decline of 2008.
Core private-sector machinery orders in Japan shrank a seasonally adjusted 8.3 percent in March from the previous month to hit an almost three-year low.
Germany's strong quarterly growth in the first three months of the year drove the euro economy to grow 0.7 percent from the previous quarter, German and EU statistics showed Thursday.
Industrial conglomerate said the order for 305 trains was 'the biggest order Siemens has ever received in the rolling stock sector.'
Okamoto has placed U.S. hosiery wholesaler and maker Royce Too LLC under its wing by purchasing 75 percent of its management rights for 2 billion yen.
The union attempted to reach early agreements with GM and Chrysler, following its earlier settlement with Ford of Canada which the CAW aimed to use as a pattern.
About 145 workers will lose their jobs when textiles manufacturer Unifi closes its Staunton, Va., facility in September.
Automaker and a local union reached a new labor agreement that could end a month-long strike at a Michigan plant which makes some of GM's hottest selling vehicles.
Toyota's Prius started out a decade ago as a risky experiment in green technology, but now has become the first mass-produced gas-electric hybrid vehicle to top one million units.