Maker of Arm & Hammer products to construct a new integrated laundry detergent manufacturing plant and distribution center that will reduce energy consumption 30 percent.
Labor Department reported that applications for unemployment benefits totaled 357,000 last week, some 18,000 fewer than the previous week.
Clothing and accessories maker said its CEO, Richard Woolcott, has been elected chairman of the board of directors and COO Jason Steris will also now be president of the company.
Searching for new manufacturing ventures, state economic development officials say the production of premium pet foods holds promise for Louisiana.
Researchers believe that sloshing water through hair-thin pipes inside chips will solve a vexing problem facing next-generation computers -- heat.
Three-alarm blaze engulfed three truck tankers and kept residents in about 2,500 homes indoors for several hours before firefighters extinguished the flames.
Toyota Boshoku America, a manufacturer of automotive interior systems, has named Johnny Tucker to oversee production and start-up efforts at its new Mississippi plant.
Intel is facing a multimillion dollar fine in South Korea for something it says it does not do: Pay customers rebates to protect market share and hinder competition.
Sen. Norm Coleman announced plans to travel to Detroit to urge Ford Motor Co. to scrap plans to close the company's St. Paul plant.
Top trade official warned against creeping protectionism in the U.S. and beyond, and pleaded for speedy progress in global trade talks in the coming weeks.
Consumers stepped up their shopping in May after tax rebate checks hit mailboxes, giving many retailers stronger than expected sales for the month.
Folgers coffee plant in New Orleans, damaged by flooding during Hurricane Katrina but now back at full operation with about 440 employees, is getting a new owner.
Federal Reserve Chairman said he doesn't believe the U.S. will experience the out-of-control prices seen with 1970s oil shocks.
Federal judge blocked portions of the state's tough anti-illegal immigration law, saying it is 'substantially likely' the law is unconstitutional.
Angry employees gathered outside GM’s Canadian head office, saying they wouldn't leave until the automaker agrees to keep its Oshawa truck assembly plant open.
European planemaker said Italy's Air One has ordered 24 jets which would be worth $4.68 billion at list prices, including 12 medium capacity long-range A350s.
St. Louis-based Emerson Electric abandoned its pursuit of Europe's largest maker of backup power supplies after the company rejected a sweetened $1.36 billion takeover proposal.
Study released Wednesday measures problems in the first 90 days of ownership, surveying 81,500 people who bought or leased vehicles from the 2008 model year.
Sunrise Greetings will close its manufacturing operations in Bloomington by early next year, eliminating about 60 jobs.
Auto unions are taking a cue from U.S. labor leaders by offering two-tier hiring schemes and salary cuts that bring already low wages down to near-Chinese levels.