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Connecticut man given eight months in prison after being convicted of stealing 35 huge metal rings worth more than $2 million from Pratt & Whitney Power Systems.
New negotiating text for agricultural and industrial goods expected to be presented next week could pave the way for a new round of high-level talks to find a final compromise.
'Extended range' 737-900ER is the latest version of iconic 737 jetliner series, and is able to carry more passengers and fly farther than earlier models.
Report commissioned by BAE Systems found that the arms company failed to pay sufficient attention to ethical standards, leaving itself open to misconduct accusations.
New company, which will be named Arvin Innovation Inc., will be based in Detroit and will employ about 9,000 people at 42 facilities in 16 countries.
Heavy truck maker said Monday that its Navistar Defense LLC received a three-year U.S. Army contract worth nearly $1.3 billion.
Local union president said GM wants to disregard seniority when placing employees in jobs at the plant and added that workers would not return without a seniority agreement.
After a Navy debriefing, Lockheed concluded that it 'offered a technically compliant and awardable solution at significantly lower cost' than Northrop Grumman.
Canadian Auto Workers president said the union won't reach a labor agreement with GM unless the automaker commits to adding new products at its Ontario plants.
Newest round of eliminations comes a week after federal regulators' surprise rejection of an experimental cholesterol drug heavily touted by the pharmaceutical company.
Conference Board survey shows the majority of U.S. companies lack language training programs despite increase of foreign-born workers in the U.S. workforce.
Official says Dothan, Alabama won’t be getting the new Volkswagen plant and believes the competition for the plant now is between north Alabama and Tennessee.
Automaker says it will save money with a new contract ratified by the Canadian Auto Workers even though it doesn’t include a lower-tier pay scale for new workers.
World Trade Organization has given Japan until Sept. 1 to amend its punitive charges on imports of South Korean computer chips.
Light, sweet crude for June delivery rose to a new trading record of $120.21 a barrel on Monday as supply threats emerged overseas and the dollar weakened against the euro.
Jeffrey Sachs called on the U.S. and the European Union to reconsider a shift to biofuels that has helped increase food prices by turning agricultural land over to energy crops.
Amid rising food prices, Senate Republicans want the Environmental Protection Agency to consider waiving the country’s ethanol production mandate.
Finance Minister Bayan Jabr signed two deals worth $5 billion to buy 40 Boeing aircraft and 10 planes from Canada's Bombardier to upgrade Iraqi Airways' aging fleet.