Authorities were investigating how eggs came to be contaminated with the same industrial chemical at the center of a milk scandal that sickened thousands of babies.
Shipping giant will deploy seven hydraulic hybrids that, when combined with a low-emission diesel engine, yield a 45 percent to 50 percent improvement in fuel economy.
Two banks that initially agreed to fund Hexion Specialty Chemicals' buyout of Huntsman Corp. have backed out of the $6.5 billion deal amid a worsening economic climate.
Brand of eggs is being pulled off some shelves in China because of fears they are tainted with the same industrial chemical found in milk that sickened tens of thousands of babies.
Country's largest manufacturing group, Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters, says Canadian industry needs immediate emergency help from Ottawa to avert a catastrophe.
Bayer is illegally marketing two aspirin products that make unsubstantiated health claims about fighting heart disease and osteoporosis, federal regulators said Tuesday.
Boeing supplier Spirit Aerosystems is waiting to for striking Machinists to vote on a tentative deal with Boeing before making decisions about its own schedule.
Chemicals company said it was raising prices on all grades of acetic acid for customers in Asia, effective immediately.
Allied Automotive Group will close its Janesville plant and layoff 117 workers on Dec. 23, the same day General Motors will end SUV production in the area.
Four-year agreement with wage increases totaling 15 percent was reached late Monday to end a strike that has shut down Boeing's commercial airplane operations.
Conference Board says consumer confidence in the U.S. economy plunged in October to its lowest on record, as stock markets dropped sharply and companies began laying off workers.
Nation's largest home appliance maker will cut 5,000 jobs by the end of 2009 due to the global credit crisis and continued reduced demand in North America and Europe.
Appleton says it's eliminating 75 full-time and 20 temporary positions at its Appleton, Wis., mill because of decreased demand for carbonless paper.
Jancor Companies Inc. shut down plants in Booneville, Olive Branch, and Macon, putting more than 300 people out of work.
Momentum is building in Washington to aid wounded U.S. automakers with cash to help their finance arms and possibly even help seal a deal for GM to acquire Chrysler.
BFGoodrich plans to temporarily cut production by nearly 40 percent at its Indiana tire plant, which could mean temporary layoffs for about 500 workers, said union officials.
Subsidiary of Intel Corp. announced its first ‘clean-tech’ initiative in China, a $20 million equity investment in one of China's biggest makers of solar energy and wind power equipment.
Japan's second-biggest automaker said Tuesday it would cut vehicle production by 10 percent in Britain due to faltering demand in Europe.
Canada's auto-parts makers need up to $1 billion in immediate short-term loans to help them survive during the liquidity crisis, says an industry report.