After U.S. officials reported misgivings about the quality of Mexican food processing and inspections, Mexico voluntarily suspended shipments of beef and poultry.
Representatives from Boeing and the machinists union met with a federal mediator Thursday as the clock ticked on an unusual two-day contract extension.
Diversified electronics maker would close automotive plants in Spain and France, affecting about 850 employees and potentially doubling restructuring costs.
Duluth-based airplane manufacturer let go of 100 workers this week -- 71 in Minnesota and 29 in Grand Forks, N.D.
Manufacturing systems maker on Friday agreed to buy the industrial laser maker for $33.1 million.
Samsung Electronics is looking into an acquisition of the U.S. computer memory card maker, a South Korean online business newspaper reported.
Long-awaited regulation requires a 35 percent reduction in emissions from new lawn and garden equipment beginning in 2011.
Economy staged a mild comeback in August by creating 15,200 jobs following two consecutive months of employment declines.
Swiss drug maker is planning to shutter its 1,000-worker Palo Alto research lab as it pursues its takeover bid for Genentech Inc.
Former Boeing Helicopters vice president is being charged in a loan kickback scheme based at a suburban Philadelphia plant.
Automaker bringing back the defunct Insight nameplate for a hybrid-only vehicle planned for the Japanese, European and North American markets early next year.
Industrial production fell 1.8 percent in July compared with June, with the three main categories of output showing declines, the ministry of the economy said.
After workers voted overwhelmingly to strike, both sides agreed to a 48-hour contract extension at the request of Washington Gov. Chris Gregoire and federal mediators.
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Intelligent automation software provider for motion and vision-guided robotics systems and services has named John Dulchinos chief executive officer to succeed Robert Bucher.
Auto parts maker Lear Corp. has told employees in Zanesville that the company will shut down its plant in the eastern Ohio city next year, says a union official.
CIT Aerospace, a unit of financials services firm CIT Group, ordered 10 new aircraft worth roughly $756 million at current list prices.
French wine and spirits company is taking control of the distribution of its Vin & Spirit brands, including Absolut Vodka, ending a deal with Maxxium for non-U.S. sales.
Swedish aerospace and defense company cut its outlook for 2008, citing delays in completing orders and uncertainties surrounding Swedish defense spending.