Global trade union group criticized sportswear companies and the International Olympic Committee for not doing enough to ensure labor rights are respected.
Wabtec Corp. won a $95 million deal to build 26 trains for the Maryland regional commuter system; trains will be built in Boise, Idaho.
Possibility of cooperation between the competitors reflects the intense pressure to cut costs amid slow sales growth in the U.S. and Europe.
Chief Executive Geoff Polites, who is credited with steering the storied British luxury brands through the ongoing sale process to India's Tata Motors Ltd., has died.
Airplane maker received an order for 17 next-generation 737 airplanes valued at more than $1 billion from jet leasing company Aviation Capital Group.
Plane maker still intends to sell three manufacturing plants in Germany, but until then they will be taken over by a new holding company owned entirely by EADS.
Union representing Fraser Papers employees in New Hampshire has overwhelming approved a two-year labor contract extension.
Automaker and India's Hero Group signed contracts that will see them invest more than $1.1 billion in a joint venture that should start production in India in 2010.
Enertech has spent $2l8 million doubling the size of a plant it bought in Mitchell, S.D., and could bring 30 more jobs to the area.
Hybrids made up just 2.2 percent of the U.S. market share for the year, but they were growing steadily even as overall sales declined 3 percent.
Struggling through mounds of paperwork and financial obstacles, workers face tough transition going from the production line to college.
Industrial gas provider building a new air separation plant in South Korea to meet increased demand from a new production agreement with Samsung Electronics.
Head of the union representing 6,000 federal food inspectors claims that the Agriculture Department tried to intimidate employees who reported violations.
Steelmaker plans to build a $450 million plant on the Tennessee-Tombigbee River in Alabama's economically depressed Black Belt region.
Chemical found in hard plastic water bottles and hundreds of other common items came under increased pressure when Canada labeled it dangerous and said it may ban its use in baby bottles.
Economic development officials approved a $630,000 grant for Texas-based Trinity Structural Towers that plans to open a factory in Newton.
AGC Flat Glass North America, which makes coating for glass used in cars, homes and businesses, announced that it will close its plant in Hampton this fall.
Aircraft maker is attempting to change the pension plan to a 401(k)-style plan for jetliner workers as it negotiates new contracts with machinists and engineering unions.
Maker of engineered bearings and alloy and specialty steel products, said Friday it opened new plants in India and China.
GM dodged one strike at a key factory, but the union threatened a walkout at the plant that could hurt the most -- the one that builds the hot-selling Chevrolet Malibu.