Express delivery company shutting down a branch that depends on a Nokia plant in Germany which is closing in June, a move that will affect some 230 employees.
Yearly inflation in countries using the euro jumped to a new high of 3.6 percent, pushing the euro to an all-time record against the dollar.
Nissan will make a new small car designed by Chrysler, and Chrysler will make a full-size pickup truck designed by Nissan.
Empire State's Federal Reserve reported that regional manufacturing expanded modestly in April, after shrinking at a record clip in March.
More than a thousand workers at Kremikovtzi rallied outside the plant to protest delayed salary payments and demand a final decision on the fate of the factory.
California company that makes aftermarket parts for motorcycles may start operations in Sturgis so it can use that famous name for marketing purposes.
Chairman Steve Miller says he is confident the auto supplier will emerge from bankruptcy protection, but says it will take months, not weeks.
Zucker, chief executive officer of the Hudson's Bay Company, died of cancer at his home, according to the company.
Worst U.S. food inflation in 17 years is putting the squeeze on poor families and forcing bakeries, bagel shops and delis to explain price increases to their customers.
Euro currency zone's top official, Luxembourg Prime Minister Jean-Claude Juncker, said he did not see the strong euro hurting the European economy 'for the time being.'
Investor confidence in Europe's biggest economy unexpectedly declined this month with rising inflation, a strong euro and high oil prices eating into expectations.
CEO Louis Gallois likened the high value of the euro against the U.S. dollar to a 'sword of Damocles' poised to fall on the European defense and aviation consortium.
Auto components manufacturer will locate a plant in Senatobia, Miss., to supply parts to both the Nissan plant in Madison and the new Toyota plant near Tupelo.
Inflation at the wholesale level soared in March at nearly triple the rate that had been expected as the costs of energy and food both climbed rapidly.
In case of a recall, state wants to be able to trace produce to the farm of origin and identify where inventories were sent using radio frequency identification technology.
Top U.S. health official said the FDA is planning to open an office in China as part of a change in strategy following product safety problems in Chinese imports.
Environmental officials will implement a series of temporary measures to stop construction and close heavy industries, all aimed at cleaning the city's polluted air.
Thermal Dynamics Corp. agreed to pay a $157,000 civil penalty for not identifying and disposing of hazardous waste at its factory in New Hampshire.
Toronto-area maker of engineered products using silicone says it will close its Buchanan, Va., plant and move the operations and equipment to other silicone plants in the U.S.