Iowa meatpacking firm is urging the U.S. Supreme Court to reconsider its long-held position that workers in the country illegally have a right to join labor unions.
Police arrested two brothers suspected of adding a chemical to milk they sold to a company that produced infant formula that killed two babies and sickened 1,200.
Prices for crude oil fell to $96.79 a barrel on Monday after Hurricane Ike inflicted minimal damage to oil installations on the Texas coast.
One of the world's biggest makers of chemicals, BASF will pay $44 a share for Swiss specialty chemicals maker Ciba to augment the German company's presence worldwide.
CEO Alan Mulally says the U.S. auto industry should get federal loans even though in past years it focused on pickup trucks and SUVs instead of more fuel efficient vehicles.
Automaker said Friday it delivered a hydrogen fuel cell electric vehicle to the Environmental Protection Agency as part of a market test for the technology.
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Investigators believe dairy farmers added a dangerous chemical to milk linked to kidney stones in dozens of babies and one death in China's latest product safety problem.
Promises made Friday by Stephen Harper stem from a Competition Review Panel report the Canadian government tabled in June.
Chairman and CEO Rick Wagoner says a comprehensive energy strategy will require a 'massive investment in new technologies.'
Company updated the software that runs its iPhones in hopes of decreasing dropped calls, improving battery life and cutting the time it takes to synchronize with a computer.
Early retirement and buyout offers going out this month are similar to previous packages and designed to clear out about 2,000 Chrysler workers who are on indefinite layoff.
Katahdin Paper says layoffs resulting from the indefinite shutdown of its Millinocket mill in Maine are slated to begin no later than Saturday.
Hilex Poly Co., nation's largest maker of plastic bags, says it's closing a North Carolina plant and will lay off about 160 employees.
Drug developer launched its tender offer for rival Alpharma Inc. on Friday, taking its offer directly to shareholders after raising its bid 12 percent to $1.6 billion.
Supplies of unsold goods in warehouses and stock rooms rose by 1.1 percent in July -- more than double the 0.5 percent gain economists were expecting.
Chief executive testifies in a court battle that will decide whether Hexion Specialty Chemicals should be forced to go through with proposed $6.5 billion buyout offer.
Union leaders said 40,000 VW employees demonstrated Friday against European Commission action they say could open the door to a takeover of Europe's biggest car maker.
Company that makes Bratz fashion dolls is willing to share a portion of royalties from the first generation of Bratz dolls with rival Mattel to settle a lengthy legal dispute.
Government data show wholesale inflation dropped by the largest amount in nearly two years, reflecting a steep drop in gasoline and other energy products.