South African pharmaceutical manufacturer is fighting moves toward banning a painkiller that has been removed from the shelves because of fears it could harm the heart.
More Americans are replacing old vehicles, enlivening a normally sleepy time for sales and putting November on track to be the industry's strongest month of the year.
Amid pressure from activists, Johnson & Johnson said it is continuing efforts to remove traces of two harmful chemicals from its baby products around the world.
Boeing said on Thursday that Indonesia's Lion Air plans to buy 230 jets, which would be the airplane maker's biggest order ever if it is finalized.
U.S. economy should grow only moderately over the next two years, generating just enough jobs to slowly reduce unemployment, University of Michigan economists said.
General Electric is investing $1 billion in new software headquarters in Silicon Valley with plans to hire 400 software-related staffers to develop the 'Industrial Internet.'
Many equipment manufacturers are facing a problem. Interconnects, once a simple commodity, now present a highly complex design and manufacturing task.
The celebration of the first production Corolla at the plant comes almost five years after the $1.3 billion Blue Springs facility was announced.
Washington wins because of its experienced workers, but the state's higher pay and possible work stoppages because of labor disputes work against it, study says.
Number of people applying for unemployment benefits fell last week to the lowest level since early April, a sign that layoffs are easing and hiring may pick up.
Jury denied Rambus billions in damages as it determined that chip-makers Micron Technology and Hynix Semiconductor didn't conspire to fix prices.
Settlement with the Knauf Group manufacturer involves reimbursements to builders for homes that have been fixed or are being repaired now, and others that are in line to be remediated.
Beverage makers are eager to find a mid-calorie soda that consumers like as it could help stimulate sales, which have been hurt by concerns over excessive sugar and calories.
J.M. Smucker Co. is recalling thousands of 16-ounce jars of its Smucker's Natural Peanut Butter Chunky because of possible salmonella contamination.
Some tobacco companies are fighting new cigarette warning labels because 'they don't want to be honest about the consequences,' Obama says in new web video.
An unmanned Chinese spacecraft returned to Earth in preparation for the country launching its own space station.
We’ve rolled out a new design and embedded a new content management system that will preserve our standing as the leading site for manufacturing information.
Dozens of people sickened last year after eating salmonella-tainted eggs will receive compensation, including six-figure checks for two children.
France's Dassault Aviation is seeking unacceptable terms for the sale of up to 60 Rafale fighter jets to the UAE, a senior Emirati military official said.
Market share for smartphones running Google's Android software doubled in third quarter as more devices became available and Apple delayed the new iPhone.