Paperboard packaging maker said Monday its paperboard division will boost its prices on all coated and uncoated recycled paperboard by $50 per ton.
GM might need to raise $10 billion, Ford could be forced to sell Volvo and Chrysler may have few if any options by late next year, suggested JPMorgan analysts.
Rubber and plastics maker said it plans additional price increases across its business segments beginning in mid-July to offset escalating raw material and energy costs.
Company said its surcharges are based on reported prices for raw materials and energy used to manufacture the products.
Defense contractor plans to lay off up to 100 workers from its aircraft refurbishing facility in South Carolina.
Furniture maker plans to eliminate more than half of the work force and end most wood furniture production at its Martinsville, Va., plant by late summer.
Global mining company said Thursday that U.S. antitrust regulators had granted partial approval for its $170 billion hostile takeover bid for rival Rio Tinto.
Czech-based manufacturer of small turboprop engines and machined parts for the aviation industry acquired by General Electric's aviation unit.
Britain's TRAM Power, which has just 100 employees and has never built an in-service streetcar, is one of two vying for a $3-billion contract to produce almost 600 light-rail vehicles.
Progressive Moulded Products, maker of plastic instrument panels, confirmed the shutdown of 11 small plants, costing 2,000 jobs.
Sales of semiconductor production equipment in Japan are expected to decrease in fiscal 2008 for the first time in six years after setting an all-time high in fiscal 2007.
President Lee Myung-bak said he would not tolerate illegal, violent protests against U.S. beef imports, but would listen more carefully to public opinion at peaceful rallies.
Employees laid off from Federal Gypsum blocked the gate for 4 hours before extracting promises from the company and a creditor that they hope will prevent the need for further blockades.
Number 2 Japanese automaker never put both feet into the U.S. truck market, instead focusing on slow-but-steady growth with its popular, fuel-efficient cars.
Shares fell Wednesday to close below $10 for the first time in more than half a century, on worries over the company's cash needs and speculation of a possible bankruptcy protection filing.
Santana Textiles, world’s fifth-largest denim producer, will open its first U.S. manufacturing plant in Edinburg, Texas, that will create 800 jobs.
Treasury Secretary said the U.S. urgently needs to end its addiction to oil, reduce dependence on foreign energy imports and promote investment in renewable alternatives.
Expectations that the European Central Bank will raise interest rates later Thursday could further weaken the U.S. dollar and drive oil prices even higher.
Rhode Island officials say ruling means they'll have to rely on a more piecemeal approach to fighting lead poisoning than the sweeping fix they hoped the cleanup would provide.
Unemployment rate held steady at 5.5 percent; most job losses in construction, manufacturing and financial services, along with cutbacks in retailing.