Talks to take place in December in Beijing, will advance efforts to work on a 10-year cooperative agreement aimed at addressing energy security and environmental pollution issues.
Federal regulators have warned General Electric over lax quality control standards at a plant that makes computer software for medical imaging.
Textile and composite maker said its customer Eclipse Aviation plans to cut production of the Eclipse 500 jet airplane, hurting sales and profits in its Albany Engineered Composites segment.
Volkswagen officials say Frank Fischer, a longtime manager in Germany, will head the automaker's new assembly plant in Chattanooga.
Several dozen major U.S. corporations spearheading a campaign to turn the divisive national debate about immigration in a more positive direction.
L-3 Communications Holdings said Tuesday it received an $18 million contract from the British military to replace wing components on C-130K aircraft.
LED light maker appointed Steve Kelley, a former Texas Instruments vice president, to the newly created position of executive vice president and chief operating officer.
Labor Department reported that wholesale prices shot up 1.2 percent in July, rising at the fastest pace since 1981.
Nissan and several other fuel-cell vehicle manufacturers made a stop in Smyrna, Tenn., during a cross-country trip to showcase the environmentally-friendly FCVs.
Chrysler says the design chief responsible for the success of the Dodge Challenger, Chrysler PT Cruiser, Dodge Viper and Dodge Ram is retiring at month's end.
General Motors to announce Tuesday it is offering employee pricing to everyone as it tries to clear out its remaining inventory of 2008 vehicles.
U.S. car buyers are growing less satisfied with their purchases from domestic automakers while their Asian and European competitors continue to improve.
Associated Press analysis of FDA records found that peppers and chilies were consistently the top Mexican crop rejected by border inspectors for the last year.
Nation will start an aggressive push to market abroad its mobile technology, especially the nation's popular 'wallet phone,' a government official said.
Lawmakers rejected restrictions on a chemical used in baby bottles and canned formula despite safety concerns that led retailers to remove the products.
Japan is investigating a possible battery defect in the popular iPod Nano music player after reports that two overheated in Tokyo, a government official said.
Investor confidence recovered from a 16-year low, rising by 8.4 points in August as fears of an economic downturn in Europe's biggest economy appeared to ease.
General Electric expects its business in China to reach $10 billion a year by 2010, driven by China's efforts to improve energy efficiency and clean up its environment.
Manufacturer of polymer products for industrial, commercial and consumer markets, said Monday that it will take charges of up to $28 million as it cuts costs.