In its formal protest of the Air Force's decision, Boeing said the selection process was 'replete with irregularities' and resulted in the 'wrong airplane for the warfighter.'
Information technology industry needs to show that it isn't just for ''geeky, unsociable'' people if it is to attract more women to fill a skills shortage, says EU's top technology official.
Microsoft chairman says many foreign students who earn computer science and other advanced college degrees in the U.S. are forced to leave the country when they graduate.
European leaders try to soothe worries over their slowing economies by promising to contain record-high inflation and enact reforms in the labor market and banking system.
As shares of semiconductor makers slipped Wednesday, Asian chip makers share ''common anxiety'' over demand for the second half of the year.
Precision components and sub-assemblies supplier signed a manufacturing contract to produce critically needed armor kits for mine resistant ambush protected military vehicles.
Automaker has laid off 45 workers from its Shreveport assembly plant, less than a month after 68 other workers were idled.
Chemical plant in Danvers, Mass., that exploded in November 2006 was storing at least twice the combustible substances it was permitted to keep, according to the state fire marshal report.
Blue Bunny ice cream maker struck a tentative agreement with an employee bargaining group, but workers rejected the deal that would cut their pay and perks by $5 million.
Union workers have reached a tentative agreement with Volvo Trucks North America in a strike that has halted production at a factory in Dublin, Virginia.
An independent EPA advisory group of scientists has urged the agency to adopt a standard of 60–70 parts per billion to provide an adequate margin of protection to millions.
Ontario won't slide into a recession, despite the expectation of additional manufacturing layoffs in the 'near future,' says the Conference Board of Canada.
The FDA, which regulates the $12 billion bottled water industry in the U.S., sets limits for chemicals, bacteria and radiation, but doesn't address pharmaceuticals.
Head of Westland/Hallmark Meat Co. acknowledged that cattle were illegally slaughtered at his plant and that cows too sick to stand were forced into the food supply.
Diversified manufacturer formed a joint venture with Chinese manufacturer TaiAn Dongyue Heavy Machinery to produce mobile and truck-mounted hydraulic cranes.
Commerce Ministry reported foreign investment in China rose 38.3 percent in February from a year ago to $6.9 billion.
Company and union officials each said formal negotiations have ended for the time being but communication would continue.
Mississippi has voted to borrow $25 million to construct four-lane highways near Blue Springs, where Toyota is building a $1.3 billion automobile manufacturing plant.
Despite a sharp slowdown last month exports will grow this year, but a rising Chinese currency could hurt sales to the U.S.
W.R. Grace & Co. has agreed to reimburse the federal government $250 million for asbestos contamination blamed for sickening hundreds of people, some fatally, in Montana.