Auto production in Japan fell in August for the first decline in 13 months due to sluggish demand amid soaring fuel prices and declining exports.
Japan got a triple dose of bad economic news as spending dropped sharply, jobless rate hit a two-year high and industrial production at the nation's vital manufacturers declined.
Barbie-maker filed court papers Monday asking a federal judge to block its competitor MGA Entertainment Inc. from making or selling Bratz dolls.
Cooling prices offer little relief to a European economy suffering as consumers worry about rising unemployment and companies fear the banking meltdown.
Home and office furniture maker in Hagerstown, Md., will close next month, leaving 38 employees without jobs.
Concerns over melamine in one of New Zealand's highest-priced dairy exports have spread to Australia as officials consider if the manufacturing process causes the contamination.
Investigators say they have found high levels of melamine in two more Chinese-made food products imported to South Korea.
In a rear-end collision, the air bag is ejected from the roof lining above the rear window and spreads like a curtain to protect the heads of the rear passengers.
Tentative deal on a new agreement between Mitsubishi Motors North America and the United Auto Workers calls for union workers to take pay cuts in exchange for job security.
Anglo-Dutch food giant Unilever is recalling its Lipton-brand milk tea powder in Hong Kong and Macau after it was found to contain traces of melamine.
Not enough members were willing to support the measure, ignoring warnings from President Bush and congressional leaders that the economy could nosedive without it.
Fear swept across the financial markets Monday, sending the Dow Jones industrials down more than 700 points, after the government's financial bailout package failed the House.
Company’s radio frequency components and subsystem business and its automotive radar sensors business sold for proceeds of about $470 million.
Trade regulators tried but failed to get European governments to drop the extra duties that were put in place because Asian shoemakers were illegally selling below-cost.
President argued U.S. taxpayers will benefit from safeguards that lawmakers wrote into the pending legislation, as the package moves through the House.
Drug maker marketed three drugs for uses other than what they were FDA approved for, federal authorities said.
Industrial conglomerate said Monday it will expand operations in Mexico by building a new manufacturing plant in the northern state of Chihuahua.
Company said Monday it has acquired Chinese automotive refinish coatings business Bonny Coating-Made Co. of Guangzhou, China.
IUE-CWA official says he expects General Motors' SUV plant in the Dayton suburb of Moraine to close in January or February based on inventory and projected sales.
Biotech company said Monday it expects either a solid purchase proposal or formal rejection by Wednesday night from its mystery suitor, which ImClone says is offering $70 per share.