Quick-freeze trailer in Vermont among the first in the nation designed to process and freeze vegetables at the farm, providing produce to customers throughout the year.
Hassell and Hughes Lumber Co., is taking advantage of the popularity of wood pellet stoves in New England by producing the pellets from the sawdust created in its flooring mill.
Pine Bluff Arsenal in Arkansas that once housed some of the Army's deadliest weapons now manufactures nonlethal ordnance.
Three months after nation's largest immigration raid, managers at Agriprocessors' kosher meatpacking plant are struggling to replace the 389 workers arrested by agents.
Half Boeing’s work force will be eligible for retirement within the next decade and the company is searching for ways to retain its knowledge base.
After losing out in the battle to become high-definition successor of DVDs, Toshiba has turned its attention to DVD players that improve the look of DVDs on HD TVs.
Citing high fuel prices and a need to centralize operations, vacuum manufacturing company has moved its corporate headquarters to Nashville.
At $0.15 billion, the Euro nations' trade deficit with the rest of the world came close to balance in June, the EU statistics agency said.
Automaker to announce a multimillion-dollar investment at its Lordstown plant and release photos of its Chevrolet Cruze small car next week.
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Agriculture equipment maker will expand capacity at its primary parts distribution center in Milan, Ill., and three other locations in the western United States and Canada.
Wind turbine manufacturer Vestas plans to build two plants in Brighton, 15 miles northeast of Denver, and bring a total of 1,350 more jobs to the state.
Floor-cleaning equipment maker agreed to purchase Shanghai Shen Tan Mechanical and Electrical Equipment Co.., which has distributed its products for 12 years.
President of a trade group says Mississippi needs to simplify its incentive program to help keep furniture-making jobs from moving overseas.
Federal Reserve reported industrial production edged up 0.2 percent last month, half the pace of the 0.4 percent gain in June, but better than analysts expected.
Electronics company has named Ricardo Perez to the newly created position of senior vice president of global growth and innovation.
Nation wants to become the first country to win U.S. export approval to buy the Boeing EA-18G Growler advanced electronic-warfare fighter jet, an official said Friday.
Surging gas costs and a desire for a greener commute are turning more people to electric bikes as an unconventional form of transportation.
Chip maker Vishay Intertechnology says it offered to buy the power management chip maker for $1.6 billion in cash.