Idea of the leisure-mad, uncompetitive French worker who heads for the door after 35 hours appears to be more fantasy than reality, a recent study shows.
Supplier of auto parts for Nissan plants in Canton and Smyrna, Tennessee, is laying off 73 of its 144 employees in Meridian, Miss.
Companies can get a permit to pollute at home if they invest in projects that cut greenhouse gas emissions elsewhere in the world, the European Commission said.
Review of business practices at its headquarters and at its top subsidiary, R.J. Reynolds Tobacco Co., could lead to cuts of salaried employees, a newspaper reported.
Company says some of its shift workers paychecks will be reduced by up to 10 percent early next year.
Citing economic conditions, product demand and a need to consolidate operations, Solo Cup Co. will close the plant next year, leaving 200 people without a job.
Malaysian confectionery maker recalled a brand of candy from global markets after California health officials found it contained high lead levels.
Industrial orders dropped unexpectedly in June, with foreign orders leading a decline that underlined pessimism about the outlook for Europe's biggest economy.
Automaker affiliate will build a factory in Japan to mass-produce lithium-ion batteries for its upcoming all-electric car, the company said.
Iowa labor officials said they had uncovered dozens of child labor violations at the nation's biggest supplier of kosher meat.
Central bank loosened controls on lending to companies hit hardest by credit limits and slowing exports, the latest evidence of growing concern over an economic slowdown.
Brewer who tangled with federal regulators over the caps on his beer bottles said officials have given him permission to keep the message 'Try Legal Weed.'
Geoff Ballard, a Canadian pioneer of the fuel cell industry and developer of the world's first hydrogen-fuel-cell-powered, zero-emission transit bus has died.
Automaker laid off about 10 percent of the workers at a Japanese plant that makes Lexus luxury models in response to declining sales in North America.
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After a year with Cerberus, industry analysts say Chrysler faces a bumpy road that could include a future sale of part or all of the automaker.
Information technology channel companies say 46 percent of their customers implemented one or more RFID solutions, up from 34 percent in 2007.
By Amanda Earing, News Editor, Manufacturing.netAs emerging nations and European manufacturers take advantage of the U.S.’s weak dollar to increase their manufacturing presence here and grow their international businesses, U.S. manufacturers need to identify whether these strategies should be viewed as an opportunity or a serious threat.
Confronted with the perils of a slumping economy and rising inflation, the Federal Reserve has decided for a second straight meeting to leave interest rates unchanged.