Federal Reserve slashed a key interest rate by three-fourths of a percentage point, to contain a credit crisis threatening to push the country into a severe recession.
From shoes to baseball mitts to egg cartons, job seekers turn to unconvential methods to get a prospective employer's attention.
Throughout the economy's recent turbulent times, Bush has projected an air of unwavering optimism, saying everything will be fine in the long run.
Japanese automaker plans to stop production at its Smyrna assembly plant for two days this month to balance inventory levels, company officials said.
Vice Chairman Bob Lutz says competition to become the battery supplier for the Chevrolet Volt is a 'horse race,' and plans are on schedule for a late 2010 launch of the vehicle.
Athletic shoe and apparel maker will pay a $1 million fine for importing and distributing charm bracelets that contained toxic levels of lead and resulted in the death of a 4-year-old boy.
Premier Wen Jiabao warned that already high inflation may accelerate, but promised price increases can be held to the official 4.8 percent target this year.
Singapore-based contract electronics manufacturer completed the first part of a two-phase acquisition of Arima Computer's notebook and server businesses.
Thousands of blue-collar workers must decide by the end of today whether to take one of 10 buyout or early retirement packages and leave the struggling automaker.
Pittsburgh-based steel maker has agreed to pay a penalty of $301,800 for past violations and will reduce emissions at two steel plants.
This year, parent company Wolverine World Wide is celebrating the golden anniversary of the shoe company known for its basset hound mascot.
More than a month after an explosion killed 13 workers at its Georgia sugar refinery, Imperial Sugar closes a section of its Louisiana plant out of concern for combustible dust.
Manufacturer of motors and electronic and optical components says Brilliant Manufacturing will now be known as Nidec Brilliant Co.
Chemistry professor who raised an earlier warning flag about toxic lead levels in toy jewelry found evidence of similar risks in Easter items such as plastic eggs.
Transpave is ordered to pay $110,000 in fines for a criminal negligence case involving the death of a worker that unions have described as a first in Canada.
Computer company's business is experiencing fast growth in Asia and the outlook for laptop computers is bright, CEO Michael Dell said.
Singapore Airlines' A380, the world's biggest airplane, took off Tuesday from Singapore for London on its first commercial flight to Europe.
Labor Department reported that wholesale prices were up 0.3 percent last month, as high energy costs offset a decline in food prices.
Federal Reserve is expected to aggressively lower interest rates in its intensified battle against the credit crisis and spreading economic weakness.