State health officials looking into neurological illnesses among 11 workers at a Quality Pork Processing plant, but say public probably not at risk.
Bankrupt snack food maker Jays Foods Inc. will close its plant on Chicago's South Side, putting 220 people out of work.
Motion-control systems maker purchased the manufacturer of equipment to protect temperature sensors from Bravura Ltd. for an undisclosed amount.
World's largest steelmaker agreed to buy NSD Ltd. for an undisclosed sum to boost its market share in Britain.
Chemical maker cutting 2.3 percent of its workforce as part of a plan to eliminate underperforming businesses and boost global efficiency.
Airline signed deal to buy 20 turboprop aircraft from France-based manufacturer ATR to boost its budget and rural air services.
Company says the U.S. government's high demand for armor limited its ability to meet commercial needs for the product.
Court will hear arguments on whether federal regulatory approval of medical devices shields manufacturers from product liability lawsuits.
Canadian industrial company's rail division is in 'very preliminary' talks with Transmashholding, Russia's leading rail technology manufacturer.
Automaker to offer a full line of vehicles, including trucks and SUVs, despite tougher federal fuel economy regulations likely to take effect in 2020.
Specialty chip maker will eliminate jobs and buy cheaper materials as part of a cost-cutting plan.
The Institute for Supply Management’s index for November was 50.8, down from October’s 50.9; readings above 50 signal expansion in the sector.
Conference Board report cites internal and external economic imbalances as factors behind country’s troubling growth forecast.
Jobless rate, the highest in the industrialized world, fell in October to 7.2 percent in the 13 countries that use the euro.
U.S.-based Flight Options' deal with the Brazilian plane maker valued at $746 million.
Vietnam shoe factory employees wanted a pay increase to meet country's rising inflation rate; company agreed to a $4.50 transportation allowance.
The industrial conglomerate says $50 million investment will meet growing demand and increase production and engineering centers in North America, Europe and Asia.
Closure, announced in 2005, will eliminate about 115 of the remaining 200 jobs at the once-bustling facility just days before Christmas.
Three-year contract covering more than 4,100 workers includes raises of 3.5 percent each year and a signing bonus of $3,000.
Some Americans appear willing to pay more than lip service when it comes to eco-friendly electronics, according to a new market research survey.