Food safety agency has found excessive levels of the industrial chemical in a sample of Chinese-made EDO Pack Almond Cacao Biscuit Sticks.
Despite a massive clean-up effort, Maple Leaf plant at the center of a deadly listeriosis outbreak that killed at least 17 Canadians has produced more contaminated meat samples.
Farm equipment maker and Concern Tractor Plants, a Russian industrial machinery builder, on Thursday said they will form a joint venture to assemble diesel engines in Russia.
Health ministers condemned the scandal and agreed that Association of Southeast Asian Nations members should review and strengthen regulations to prevent health hazards.
As auto sales nosedive, International Automotive Components N.A. is closing a Carlisle, Pa., plant that once employed 1,200 people and currently has a workforce just over 150.
Prime minister asked ruling coalition leaders to consider crafting an emergency package beyond the $18 billion stimulus plan approved by the lower house Wednesday.
World's largest steelmaker said Thursday it expects profit and cash flow to rise in the final six months of 2008 despite a slowing economy.
German automaker said Thursday it plans to add more than 1,000 jobs around the world next year despite the global financial crisis.
More than 10,000 children remain hospitalized after being sickened in China's tainted milk scandal, as the government released rules on allowable levels of melamine.
General Motors said sales of its Opel and Vauxhall brands dropped over 6 percent in Europe as the global economic downturn hit consumer spending.
Oil prices tumbled to $86.05 after the government reported a surprise jump in U.S. crude inventories and a bigger-than-expected increase in gasoline supplies.
New Process Gear's auto parts factory is facing more than $145,000 in fines from federal regulators for 65 violations of workplace safety standards.
Food company said Wednesday it is cutting MSG from all 80 of its Progresso Soups in response to advertising claims of rival Campbell Soups.
Bankruptcy judge said he may let Delphi pursue wider fraud claims against Appaloosa Management, which led a failed effort to invest $2.55 billion in the auto supplier.
Two automakers welcomed 0.5 percent cut in target fed funds rate, but GM and Ford said lack of available credit and shattered consumer confidence are still weighing on auto sales.
Group forecasts current negative growth rates for the U.S. economy to continue into the fourth quarter, and contract further in the first half of 2009.
Despite sluggish sales and exports to the U.S., most luxury goods makers are still optimistic, believing emerging economic powers like China and India remain growth markets.
Smart, a division of Daimler's Mercedes-Benz brand, began selling the ultracompact two-seater cars -- long a familiar sight on Europe's streets -- in the U.S. in January.
U.S. Army has given defense contractor Alliant Techsystems Inc. an additional $94 million for modernization projects at a Virginia ammunition plant.
International Monetary Fund's World Economic Outlook released Wednesday slashed global economy growth projections and predicted U.S. will likely slide into a recession.