Following a win for the state of Rhode Island against three former lead paint manufacturers, courts in New Jersey and Missouri have sided with the manufacturers.
China was 2 percent behind the U.S., but jumped ahead 8 percent due to coal consumption and cement production.
Cheap yen has made it more profitable for the company to produce cars in Japan and ship them to the U.S.
Illegal immigrants arrested during raid of Iridium Industries Inc.'s Artube division; similar raids have taken place in nationwide crackdown.
Union members at North Carolina truck manufacturing plant agreed to work alternate weeks to save nearly 1,500 jobs.
Washington is pushing to raise the yuan as China appeals to the International Monetary Fund for fairness in policy decisions.
New $26 million packaging plant will produce up to 850,000 barrels of beer a year.
Fighter jet giant Sukhoi lands 20-plane deal with regional carrier Itali Airlines for its medium-range civilian Superjet.
Industry looking to add to the opposition of fuel economy standards increase; says increase would reduce vehicle variety and cost jobs.
The Osaka-based maker of Panasonic-branded electronics plans to manufacture 300,000 42-inch plasma display panels a month at a new plant.
Nicoletti, has been acting Chief Financial Officer since March 28, when Tony Puppi retired from the position.
Employees at the Wichita, Kansas, plant now have no contract; union members claimed nonmembers paid less for benefits.
Specialty compound produced at facility makes tires lighter by using less raw material and will significantly reduce fuel consumption.
The division, Interface FABRIC, makes interior fabrics, upholstery products and specialized automotive textiles.
The company sold the division to reduce debt and invest in its power systems business.
Acquisition allows Eaton to expand power quality and distribution offerings.
Coalition extending a de-facto minimum wage arrangement from the construction industry to several other sectors, but fell short of an overall mandatory minimum wage.
Police raids have freed 568 workers; young and weak kidnapped and forced into slave labor.
Atlanta-based airline still deciding between Boeing's 787 Dreamliner and the Airbus A350; order would be for “well over 100” new planes.