Railroad car manufacturer wants to talk with Johnstown union about reducing labor costs; says current costs and industry downturn could force facility to close.
Forest products company's North American unit being sold for about $2.1 billion to an Ohio-based company owned by the private equity firm Cerberus Capital.
Toy giant takes the blame for design flaws and says it recalled more lead-tainted toys than justified.
Pennsylvania foam rubber plant that was heavily damaged by fire last month caught fire again; no immediate reports of injury.
U.S. and European trade officials hoping recent progress in World Trade Organization talks will persuade major developing countries to open up their manufacturing markets.
Robert Phillippy, the laser maker's president and chief operating officer, will take over post left vacant by Robert Deuster.
Nonprofit company behind the show plans to dispatch auditors to factories, ports and stores to check for lead and other problems in the toys its licenses.
Maker of devices to treat aortic aneurysm and other vascular conditions announces $2.8 million takeover of Vascular Architects.
The facility, which employs 130 people, is a contract sawmill for Weyerhaeuser and a chip supplier for the forest products company's containerboard mill.
Car makers to produce mechanical parts for commercial vehicles.
Negotiations are dragging on because of a complex plan to unload GM's roughly $51 billion in unfunded retiree health costs to a trust administered by United Auto Workers.
European Union consumer chief asked for details of toy maker's new quality control measures and warned the company it faces a major task to rebuild trust in the industry.
The Conference Board said its index of leading economic indicators dropped a sharp 0.6 percent in August, slightly higher than the 0.5 percent fall analysts were expecting.
Airplane maker getting $49.2 million to upgrade communications aboard Saudi Arabia's fleet of five E-3 Airborne Warning and Control System aircraft.
Labor Department reports applications for unemployment benefits totaled 311,000 last week, down 9,000 from the previous week; economists expected claims to rise by 6,000.
Consumer Product Safety Commission leaders say Congress should increase their power and budget; one commissioner said 'we are all to blame' for lead-tainted toys.
Underwear maker is closing a Honduras facility as a result of 'a shift in product demand and the ongoing consolidation,' according to company officials.
Wichita, Kan.-based airplane manufacturer plans to add up to 150 jobs and spend as much as $24 million to expand its presence in Georgia over the next five years.
The medical device maker over the next three years will add to workforce at new plant for cardiac rhythm management devices.