Bombardier confirmed Thursday that the Iraqi government has ordered six CRJ900 regional jets valued at $239 million, with an option for four more aircraft.
Spokeswoman for American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings Inc. says negotiators for the company and striking United Auto Workers are back at the bargaining table.
Commerce Department reported inventories held by businesses on shelves and backlots shot up in January by the largest amount in nearly two years.
General Electric Water & Process Technologies formed a joint venture with Eureka Forbes to make water purification products in India.
RV maker handed pink slips to 8 percent of its work force because of deteriorating market conditions.
Environmental Protection Agency lowered the amount of ozone, or smog, that will be allowed in the air and 345 counties will now need to make air quality improvements.
Blue Green Alliance, formed by United Steelworkers union and the Sierra Club, will host a two-day conference highlighting environmentally-friendly manufacturing jobs.
German automaker aims to sell 8 million cars a year by 2011 and introduce 20 more models in a bid to expand its market share in Asia, Europe and North America.
Soaring feed costs force Pilgrim's Pride to close a chicken-processing plant in Siler City, N.C., as well as six distribution centers.
New ozone standards will lead to higher costs and provide no real benefit to Americans, according to the National Association of Manufacturers.
Fedders won bankruptcy court approval to sell its U.S. residential heating, ventilating and air conditioning business to Elco Holdings Ltd. for $13.25 million.
Some estimates say a $995 million loss, but Toshiba is still evaluating how its decision to leave the HD DVD business will affect its earnings.
Industries decreased their use of production capacity in the fourth quarter as the utilization rate fell to its lowest level in more than 10 years.
Labor Department reported Thursday that unemployment benefit applications totaled 353,000, the same level as the previous week.
Automotive parts manufacturer signed five contracts with Japanese automakers in 2007 worth about $200 million annually.
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.