National Association of Manufacturers called the defeat today of federal climate change legislation a ‘responsible move by Congress that will save U.S. manufacturing jobs.’
Power-chip maker said it named Mike Brown to the newly created position of chief information officer.
EPA said the suspected violations were discovered during an October 2006 inspection, but the products conglomerate has since complied with requirements.
General Motors’ plans to cut production for heavy-duty trucks and vans have sparked diesel engine manufacturer DMAX to lay off 290 hourly workers.
Union President Buzz Hargrove says he is disappointed that GM refuses to back down from its plan to idle a truck plant in Oshawa, Ontario.
Harbour Report on manufacturing shows that the Jeep Wrangler plant improved its productivity by 38 percent to 13.57 hours per vehicle.
Sewers, drains and bridge components maker acquired Durisol Inc. and related highway infrastructure products in a deal that could be worth $33.5 million.
German conglomerate to employ 50 at the center that will focus on research into atmospheric science, aerodynamic blade design and wind turbine structure and reliability.
Company plans to dismantle the buildings at a former weapons manufacturing plant in Florida that had been criticized for having a vast plume of groundwater pollution.
Factory slipped to fourth among North American auto plants in the annual Harbour Report after ranking No. 1 for five consecutive years until sliding to No. 2 last year.
Federal regulators closed its investigation of a proposed joint venture between Molson Coors and Miller, clearing the way for the brewers to combine their U.S. operations.
Loss of 32,200 full-time jobs was the largest decline in the category since June 2006, but Canada's official jobless rate was unchanged at 6.1 percent.
Nation's unemployment rate jumped to 5.5 percent in May -- the biggest monthly rise since 1986 -- as nervous employers cut 49,000 jobs.
Automaker's new fuel cell hybrid, a green car powered by hydrogen and electricity, can travel more than twice the distance of its predecessor model without filling up.
Chinese companies have invested only $550 million in the United States, while U.S. companies have invested $22 billion into China, according to the U.S. Commerce Department.
China's Sinosteel increased its stake in Australian miner Midwest Corp., increasing its chances of spoiling a rival bid for Midwest from Murchison Metals.
With truck and SUV sales tumbling and its U.S.-based competitors either closing factories or cutting production, Chrysler may be the next to announce further cuts.
Justice Dept. suing diversified manufacturer Honeywell International Inc. for selling material used in bulletproof vests that it alleges the company knew was defective.
Harbour Report on manufacturing says Detroit automakers almost erased a productivity gap with their Asian rivals in 2007 thanks to worker buyouts and leaner plants.
Emissions cuts, together with energy savings and the promotion of clean energies, is part of a package of measures that EU wants to see adopted by year's end.