Large factories in California must transform their operations to cut greenhouse gas emissions as part of a new climate plan before state regulators.
Germany will remain in a recession until 2010, an economic research group predicted Thursday, adding that gross domestic product will likely shrink 2.2 percent next year.
Recent Machinists’ strike and production glitches forced Boeing to delay the first flight of its 787 Dreamliner jet to the second quarter of 2009 and push deliveries to the following year.
Workers agreed to a $1.75 million settlement that ends their six-day occupation of a shuttered Chicago factory that became a symbol of the plight of labor nationwide.
Regulators said they would investigate Poland's $68 million subsidy to computer maker Dell Inc., because they doubt the company's new Polish plant needed a state subsidy.
Wholesalers cut back on inventories in October by 1.1 percent, the largest amount since the period following the 2001 terrorist attacks, as sales fell 4.1 percent.
French pharmaceuticals giant said Wednesday that its top legal and financial officer has stepped down and that two executives will inherit each of his former roles.
Ham, sausages and bacon began returning to Ireland's store shelves Wednesday after the EU's food experts ruled that dioxin-tainted pork posed no credible health risk.
California manufacturer of electric vehicles will provide 20 to 30 new battery-powered pickup trucks to Hawaii's Maui Electric in order to test the durability of new battery technology.
By shunning government loans, Ford Motor Co.'s top executives say they hope to buff up the automaker's image and set it apart from its cash-starved Detroit competitors.
Truck maker laying off an additional 180 employees at its factory near Allentown, Pa., and will extend the end of year production shutdown by an extra week.
Car manufacturers and their suppliers in the Czech Republic are expected to lay off more than 13,000 workers by the middle of next year, an auto industry group said.
Manufacturer of slot machines and casino management systems says vice president Robert Bittman is retiring at the end of the year.
Charlotte, N.C.-based Lance, Inc. will begin operations next week at the former Archway cookie plant in Ashland, Ohio, with a staff of 50 to 70 workers.
Powerful ‘car czar’ would dole out short-term emergency loans to Detroit’s automakers and hold veto power over transactions more than $100 million.
Bakery giant Grupo Bimbo is buying the U.S. subsidiary of Canada's George Weston Ltd. for $2.3 billion, making it one of the world's largest bakery companies.
European Union Food Safety Authority says it doesn't see health concerns for the vast majority of consumers who may have eaten tainted Irish pork.
Chairman of the EU commercial vehicle manufacturers' group said $5.1 billion in loans for car makers does not go far enough and additional measures were needed.
Key barometer of corporate capital spending in Japan fell sharply in October, another grim sign that business investment is tumbling amid a deepening global slowdown.