Members of the United Steelworkers voted to give the union authority to launch a nationwide strike against the world's largest steel producer if ongoing negotiations fail.
Stagflation -- slowing economic growth and quickening inflation -- in the U.S., Europe and Japan is beginning to undermine consumer demand in Asia, said Sony’s president.
Target lowered by 700,000 vehicles to 9.7 million, showing that even one of the most durable automakers is being hurt by rising costs and a slowing U.S. market.
Malaysia’s national carmaker said it is still keen on foreign partnerships amid renewed interest from General Motors.
American workers' confidence in the job market is as low as it was during the 2001 recession, according to a survey released Thursday.
Consumer Product Safety Commission warning parents not to use a Pennsylvania company's baby bassinets after two babies were trapped and strangled in the product.
Friction between union and immigrant workers, along with a tipoff at an electrical manufacturing plant, boiled over into the biggest workplace immigration raid in U.S. history.
With U.S. sales continuing to decline, a top Ford exec said he expects to see more Ford, Lincoln and Mercury dealers willing to consolidate with others.
Union wants language covering members job security to be strengthened; Boeing hopes to present a final offer by Friday.
Second supervisor arrested after a massive immigration raid at Agriprocessors' kosher meatpacking plant pleaded guilty to aiding and abetting the harboring of undocumented immigrants.
Orders for big-ticket manufactured goods turned in a second consecutive strong monthly performance in July, posting a far bigger-than-expected gain.
Company’s president insisted the problem and the ongoing efforts to fix it, including locating the original source of the bacteria, was Maple Leaf's responsibility alone.
Montreal-based Bombardier and Dassault Aviation of France endured the largest declines as use of their business jets each fell by 10 percent so far this year.
Company unveiled a plan to union officials to slash jobs at its Grand Falls-Windsor paper plant in Newfoundland as part of an effort to avoid closing the high-cost facility.
Company plans to restart the Arizona facility by mid-2009 with an initial production target of 250,000 tons per year of reinforcing rods known as rebar.
Occupational Safety and Health Administration has proposed $138,500 in penalties for AAR Summa Technology for 31 safety and health violations.
Poultry and pork import quotas could be slashed, which would hurt U.S. poultry producers that supply nearly 75 percent of the total poultry import quota.
Automaker says it is weighing options for its iconic Dodge Viper sports car, which could include a sale of the nameplate.
Jefferies & Co. analyst Howard A. Rubel said he did not expect Boeing's talks with the union to result in a strike, adding 'neither side wants a strike'.
German automaker has set up a research center in Kawasaki, Kanagawa Prefecture, to develop hybrid technologies combining diesel engines and electric motors.