Problems in financial markets have eased somewhat, but the situation is still 'far from normal,' Fed Chairman Ben Bernanke said Tuesday.
More than two years after a jury found Sherwin-Williams, NL Industries and Millennium Holdings liable for creating a public nuisance the case heads to the Rhode Island Supreme Court.
About 230 current and former workers are suing Smithfield Foods, contending that for years they weren't paid for 30 to 45 minutes of daily overtime.
Workers at a General Motors Corp. metal stamping plant in Ohio have threatened to go on strike Thursday in a dispute over local contract issues, a GM spokesman said.
Two adjacent manufacturing facilities will be built in Mobile, Alabama to produce the Air Force’s new fleet of aerial refueling tankers.
Federal immigration agents arrested more than 300 people in Postville during a raid at the nation's largest kosher meatpacking plant.
Automaker among the Japanese companies with operations in China's Sichuan province that have temporarily halted business in the region following Monday's earthquake.
Retail sales dipped 0.2 percent as Americans, battling soaring gasoline prices and a slumping economy, cut back further on their spending in April.
Sites in Alabama, Tennessee and Michigan have been named in the running for Volkswagen’s new plant, but the company won’t say until July where the facility will be.
Company agreed to buy Electronic Data Systems Corp. for about $13.2 billion in cash to build a technology-services company that could challenge IBM.
Aerospace and defense company Finmeccanica SpA bought U.S. military contractor DRS Technologies Inc. for $5.2 billion, the companies said Tuesday.
Company said Tuesday it will sell its radio frequency components and subsystem division to Cobham Defense Electronic Systems for $425 million in cash.
South Korean automaker has shelved a plan to make pickup trucks in the United States as demand for that type of vehicle declines amid high oil prices.
Drug maker will close its sterile manufacturing plant in Terre Haute by the middle of next year and eliminate the remaining 140 jobs at the plant.
Earthquake that ripped through China, killing more than 12,000 people and crumpling roads and factories, will be only a transitory jolt for the booming economy, analysts say.
Two executives have left Advanced Micro Devices as the company tries to engineer a dramatic turnaround to fend off larger rival Intel.
Company said soaring fuel and transportation costs forcing it to scale back plans to build what would have been the largest water bottling plant in the U.S.
Automaker reported a big jump in fiscal fourth quarter profit, but like other Japanese automakers pinched by a strong yen and soaring oil and material costs, it forecast a rough year ahead.
Shoe maker said subsidiary Jibbitz LLC won a copyright and trademark infringement case against three Chinese shoe companies and was awarded damages of $56 million.
Automaker's new hydrogen-powered vehicle FCX Clarity reaches maximum speed of 99 miles an hour and comfortably seats four people.