Recreational vehicle maker reversed its decision to close its chassis-building operation in Elkhart.
Automaker's cars made more progress in reducing vehicle fuel consumption and greenhouse gas emissions than any other carmaker last year, an environmental group said.
Cheese manufacturing and whey drying plant in Middlebury, Vermont, must pay a $70,000 settlement for violating a state wastewater permit.
Public health officials attributed two more deaths to a deadly bacterial outbreak linked to tainted meat, raising Canada's confirmed listeriosis death toll to six.
Steel producer said Tuesday it plans to start steel bar production at a previously idle mill in Kingman, Ariz.
Japanese company said Tuesday it has acquired an entire stake in Interpharma Praha, a.s., a Czech drug maker strong in pharmaceutical ingredients and nutrition products.
Thousands of truck drivers across Japan held demonstrations to protest rising fuel prices and warned they would add surcharges to cover spiraling costs.
Environmental Protection Agency to launch a voluntary program to get car makers and parts suppliers to reduce use of lead wheel weights, which can become pollutants.
Two Chinese tobacco companies are merging to form the world's fourth-largest cigarette producer by volume, a financial newspaper reported.
Questions take aim at the legality of China's tax, subsidy and export rules for farm products in what could signify new tensions between the two trading giants.
Consumer confidence in Europe's biggest economy declined for a fourth month, while business executives' confidence dropped to a three-year low in August.
Prices for all Kronos titanium dioxide pigment grades sold in western and eastern Europe will be increased by the equivalent of $73.80 per metric ton.
Advanced Micro Devices will sell its unit that makes chips for digital TV sets to Broadcom as part of a program to reduce debt and improve profitability.
Governor denounced Agriprocessors in Postville for allegedly employing dozens of underage workers and taking advantage of a failed federal immigration system.
With gasoline hovering around $4 per gallon, automakers are making more than the usual tweaks between model years to squeeze out more miles per gallon.
Twelve states, New York City and the District of Columbia are suing the EPA, claiming the Bush administration has failed to rein in emissions from oil refineries.
Company will produce additional Hellfire II precision-strike, laser-guided air-to-ground missiles for U.S. and international armed forces under a $357 million contract with the Army.
New plant will add aircraft assembly and subassembly space, as well as production space for rudders for Boeing's KC-135 refueling tanker.
Gov. Steve Beshear said the state has authorized a tax incentive plan to bring a California-based Zero Air Pollution, or ZAP, electric car plant to southern Kentucky.
Pharmaceutical services provider has named Scott Neilson to the position of Chief Operating Officer responsible for AAIPharma’s global drug development services operations.