British officials say their country is caught between international inflationary pressures and the tightening of the global credit market
Nicole Nason, the administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration, told colleagues Tuesday that she plans to leave the agency in August.
Chicken producer will cut 600 jobs at its El Dorado, Ark., plant, saying the cost-cutting move was in response to record-high prices for feed.
Paint thickener and paper chemicals maker agreed to pay a penalty as part of a settlement with the EPA for clean-air violations at a chemical plant in Wisconsin.
Chattanooga, Tennessee beat out bids by Alabama and Michigan for the plant, which is part of the Wolfsburg-based company's strategy to increase its presence in America.
U.S.-based steel company raising spot market prices for its carbon steel products by $50 per ton for all new orders, effective Sept. 1.
Atlanta-based company said it would stop making some products while raising prices on others as much as 22 percent as it continues to grapple with rising energy costs.
Labor Department reported that over the past 12 months, wholesale prices are up 9.2 percent, the largest year-over-year surge since June 1981.
Sweden's Volvo AB said Tuesday its aircraft unit has signed a contract with Rolls-Royce to develop an engine component for the Airbus A350XWB aircraft.
Belgian brewer has an ambitious plan behind its $52 billion acquisition of Anheuser-Busch, hoping to tap into the U.S. company's massive marketing power.
Fed Reserve Chairman says the fragile economy is being confronted by 'numerous difficulties' including persistent strains in financial markets and rising joblessness.
European plane maker's Chief Salesman John Leahy said he would be disappointed if Airbus doesn't book firm orders for 200 planes this week.
Financially troubled vehicle maker is shifting fire truck manufacturing out of its Summerville, S.C., plant under a major reorganization of its business.
Organizers are using the raid at the Agriprocessors Inc. kosher meatpacking plant in Postville on May 12 as an example of what's wrong with the nation's immigration laws.
Solar panel maker said Tuesday the contract with Germany's IBC Solar AG IBC brings its backlog to almost $3 billion, spread among five customers.
Plane maker scheduled to test fly its 787 jetliner in the fourth quarter of this year and make its first delivery in the third quarter of 2009.
Japanese court found Mitsubishi Motors and its three former executives guilty of falsifying a report in a fatal accident suspected of being linked to a wheel defect.
Lay offs part of a permanent staff reduction at an Ontario auto parts plant; company says move is a direct result of GM cuts announced last month.
Congress can't halt the flow of Chinese-made flags, but can try to control where they are flown, declaring that any flag flown on federal property should be made in the U.S.
Under the contract, Chinese state-owned Shenyang Aircraft Corp. will produce the center fuselage for the newly launched CSeries airliner.