Conference Board says its index of leading economic indicators fell in June as factories cut workers' hours and stocks tumbled.
Domestic ocean shipping and integrated logistics company today named James R. Storey Director of Investor Relations and Corporate Communications.
Government is investigating 2007-2008 model year Hyundai Elantra compact cars after receiving reports of engine stalling, officials said.
First low-priced car available to the masses marks its 100th anniversary at a time when Americans are faced with high gas prices and the U.S. auto industry is struggling with plant closings and layoffs.
Automaker is giving hourly workers at 17 facilities another round of buyout and early retirement offers in an ongoing effort to match production with slumping sales.
Visionary Vehicles' lawsuit accuses China's Chery Automobile of defrauding the company after the two formed a joint venture to import Chinese cars to the U.S.
Germany's Schaeffler KG adjusted its takeover offer for larger auto parts maker Continental AG, citing a new calculation of the bigger company's recent average share price.
One manufacturer in Fort Smith is moving its headquarters to the city, and another is to build a new manufacturing plant.
Health care packaging company teamed with India-based Bilcare Ltd. to buy International Labs of St. Petersburg, Fla.
Chemical company announced surcharges of 25 cents per kilogram for acetate filter-tow products for all regions, effective Aug. 1.
Roche's $43.7 billion bid to takeover Genentech may be too low, several analysts said, and investors seemed to agree, driving shares well above the value of the buyout offer.
Board of directors approved a $21 million capital investment to expand production of high-valued, grain-oriented electrical steels at its Butler, Pa., facility.
Bright World Precision Machinery Limited, a Chinese manufacturer of metal stamping machines, will be acquired by Chinese Holdings for approximately $263 million.
Labor dispute that began May 1 at Latrobe Specialty Steel is ending now that workers have narrowly approved a contract.
Retailers, marketers and investors are all trying to figure out which habits shoppers will keep and which will they drop when the economy recovers.
World Trade Organization agreed with the U.S., EU and Canada that China was breaking trade rules by taxing auto parts imports at the same rate as foreign-made finished cars.
Volkswagen said it achieved record global sales in the first half of the year on strong demand in India, Russia and China, delivering nearly 3.3 million vehicles.
Furniture maker has suspended operations at plants in Ohio and Tennessee, due to a slowing economy and changes in the furniture industry.
Proper Foods factory that freezes and packs food in Deming, N.M., will be closing, affecting about 130 employees.
Carlos Brito, chief executive of brewer InBev SA, says he doesn't care for perks -- and neither should the people who work for him.