Supreme Court rejected the National Association of Manufacturers' request to postpone enforcement of a provision requiring trade groups to name certain dues-paying members.
Chairman Lee Kun-hee is resigning after 20 years as chief of South Korea's biggest conglomerate in the aftermath of his indictment on tax evasion and other charges.
Concerns about the inspection program highlighted after the agency learned that contaminated doses of heparin probably came from a Chinese plant that was never inspected.
Norwegian automaker plans to sell an electric car that is 95 percent recyclable, goes 110 miles without a charge and costs less than $25,000.
Agreement gives the European airplane manufacturer access to new technology but Airbus downplayed the prospect of a deal to eventually buy the fuel efficient jet engines.
Tessera asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate the import and sale of certain semiconductor packaging products because they infringe its patents.
Weak dollar and rapid industrial growth in developing countries has boosted exports, but manufacturing jobs will not be created on the back of that export strength.
Federal authorities announced on Monday that Byron, Ga.-based Pyrotechnic Specialties is indicted for selling faulty grenades to the FBI.
Supreme Court said Monday it will rule on a case that could make it harder for U.S. companies to obtain protective tariffs on low-priced foreign goods.
To meet growing power needs, utilities must be willing to consider new generation methods while making existing techniques more efficient, Chief Executive Jeffrey Immelt said.
Auto sales in China are booming and demand for the biggest vehicles is getting stronger, with sales of luxury cars and SUVs expected to surge by 40-45 percent.
National Association of Manufacturers, in a partnership with the EPA, will challenge its member companies to reduce energy use across all operations by 10 percent or more.
Officials suggested the problem with heparin could have occurred in the U.S. and plan to visit a Baxter International plant to see how the finished product is manufactured.
While oil summit debates reason for record high prices, light sweet crude hits $117 a barrel.
As Massachusetts celebrates the 10th anniversary of the law, polluted lots are being cleaned, and parks and housing developments are sprouting up on land once thought unrecoverable.
Rhode Island Supreme Court to Webcast arguments over the 2006 jury verdict that could force three former lead paint makers to pay billions in cleanup costs.
Automaker says the eight-week strike at American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings has forced it to cut production at two more factories.
Global trade union group criticized sportswear companies and the International Olympic Committee for not doing enough to ensure labor rights are respected.
Wabtec Corp. won a $95 million deal to build 26 trains for the Maryland regional commuter system; trains will be built in Boise, Idaho.