Federal Reserve reported industrial production edged up 0.2 percent last month, half the pace of the 0.4 percent gain in June, but better than analysts expected.
Electronics company has named Ricardo Perez to the newly created position of senior vice president of global growth and innovation.
Nation wants to become the first country to win U.S. export approval to buy the Boeing EA-18G Growler advanced electronic-warfare fighter jet, an official said Friday.
Surging gas costs and a desire for a greener commute are turning more people to electric bikes as an unconventional form of transportation.
Chip maker Vishay Intertechnology says it offered to buy the power management chip maker for $1.6 billion in cash.
Construction company is expanding to the site of a former paper mill, where it will build equipment and buildings for a Port Arthur, Texas, oil refinery due for completion in 2010.
Cars from Nissan, Toyota, BMW and others will be displayed at Duke and UNC Charlotte as part of the 2008 Hydrogen Road Tour.
Arizona Corporation Commissioner questioning legality of a hazardous-waste settlement that included a $5 million fine and $1 million for an air-quality cleanup project.
Automaker says it is keeping all three shifts of body and paint workers at the Kentucky Truck Plant in Louisville, saving 230 workers from potential layoffs.
Hunan Changfeng Motor Co. is not in talks on selling a stake to major automakers Guangzhou Automobile or Beijing Automotive, a company official said.
Five-ton satellite is the first fully 'Made in Japan' commercial communications satellite launched by a private company, Mitsubishi said.
Company says it will eliminate several hundred more U.S. jobs over the next few months than previously announced, blaming the slumping domestic economy.
Union representing 2,000 workers at a suburban General Motors plant wants employees to have a chance to transfer to other GM plants when the factory closes.
Despite claims the competition is biased against it, Boeing got the clarification it wanted from newly released Pentagon guidelines according to rival Northrop Grumman.
National Statistics Bureau said investment in construction, factory equipment and other such assets totaled $1.1 trillion amid reconstruction after May's earthquake.
Rapid growth in Chinese sales of sedans, SUVs and light trucks slowed sharply in July as sales rose just 6.8 percent, the lowest monthly expansion rate in two years.
With the Chevrolet Volt slated to go on sale soon, experts are wondering if it will be ready on time and if the cost can be reduced to make the car affordable to the masses.
All but one of the five manufacturers expected to supply a record 143 million doses to the U.S. began shipping the vaccine in the past two weeks, several weeks earlier than usual.
Medical device maker has recalled some of its artery-opening stents due to a defect that can cause part of the devices to break off during surgery.