Electrical and mechanical parts maker acquires Jakel Inc. and Tecumseh’s Fasco residential and commercial operations.
IG Metall appoints Berthold Huber, top deputy for four years, to take over 2.3 million member union.
Suez SA and France's state-owned Gaz de France say GDF Suez will be country's second-largest energy producer.
North American countries accuse Beijing of using World Trade Organization-prohibited tax breaks to encourage boost in Chinese exports.
The two companies have been working for nearly a year on forming project that will make third-generation nuclear reactors aimed at markets in Asia, the U.S. and eastern Europe.
Despite the decrease, economists say growth in other sectors help soften the impact.
Residents of southern Alabama community voice opposition to aluminum sulfate plant in their neighborhood.
German automaker partners with India’s Sutlej Motors to build bus bodies on Mercedes-Benz chassis.
No injuries after explosion at the Griswold Manufacturing processing plant; all 117 employees off for Labor Day.
After Mattel's 19 million toy recall damaged its global reputation, media tour intended to show 'China's toy-making industry is actually very good.'
Automaker plans 2009 sales of 10.4 million vehicles — a number that would surpass General Motors record set 30 years ago.
Spending was supported by rise in incomes; factory orders post biggest gain in months.
World Trade Organization to investigate U.S. and Mexican allegations that China is providing illegal subsidies for a range of industries.
Britain's Animal Rights Militia said it contaminated products made by Swiss pharmaceuticals manufacturer Novartis AG.
Environmental Defense report says the auto makers reduced their impact on global warming while still maintaining sales and remaining competitive.
'Rosie the Riveter' types get a chance to fly in vintage planes they helped build in World War II.
New regulations put responsibility on manufacturers to stop production and sales immediately and notify vendors, customers and quality control authorities.
Doctors and activists urge agency to further tighten smog standards; business and industry groups lobbying to keep current limit.
Industrial production shrank 0.4 percent in July from previous month as a powerful earthquake dented auto production.