Federal jury ordered Arthrex, a medical equipment manufacturer, to pay more than $14.5 million in a patent infringement dispute that involves a device invented by a Portland physician.
Welded steel pipe maker said it will build a new tubular products pipe manufacturing facility in the Houston area.
Donald Burwell admitted to the charges he embezzled $150,000 from the jet engine manufacturer by submitting false expense reports.
Politicians and activists are lining up against the $46 billion bid, saying it could cost jobs in the U.S. and send ownership of an iconic American company overseas.
Mark Fields, Ford's President of the Americas, warned that the country was falling behind in developing the technology critical to the advanced vehicles.
Top trade official said he would travel to the U.S. to seek restrictions on American beef imports in a bid to soothe anti-government protesters.
An explosion at a Goodyear chemical plant killed a worker while injuring six others, and also caused a small release of ammonia.
Heavy equipment maker will spend $1 billion over the next two years to expand capacity in five of its Illinois factories, and will shift production at some of its plants.
Some union officials are hoping for new products for their plants or the possibility of quickly retooling truck factories so they can make more fuel-efficient cars.
Labor Department reported Thursday that new applications for jobless benefits rose to 384,000, an increase of 25,000 from the previous week.
China's inflation rate dipped to a still high 7.7 percent in May amid signs efforts to rein in food prices were finally taking hold, the National Bureau of Statistics said.
Commerce Department said sales saw the biggest increase in six months as 57 million economic stimulus payments helped offset the headwinds buffeting consumers.
General Motors and the Ontario government are in discussions about adding a third car line at the automaker's truck plant in Oshawa slated for closure in 2009.
During his trial, former Samsung boss Lee Kun-hee told the court that he assumed all responsibility for any wrongdoing by subordinates and asked for leniency for them.
Tangshan Iron & Steel and rival Handan Iron & Steel have begun talks to combine operations in a deal that would create one of China's biggest steelmakers.
Automaker’s 57-year-old plant in Newark is scheduled to close in late 2009 and will officially be put on the market this week.
America's two largest hot dog makers are waging a wiener war, hoping to win customers and secure the top spot in the stagnating frank market.
Taking another shot on the same measure, the goal for Thursday was to pass it by just a majority, not the two-thirds it would take to overcome a presidential veto.
Cargo transport workers angry over high fuel costs and the policies of President Lee Myung-bak threatened a strike that could disrupt the movement of goods.
Virginia congressman said Wednesday the FBI has found that four of his government computers have been hacked by sources working out of China.