The Environmental Protection Agency has the authority to regulate those emissions from new cars and trucks under the landmark environment law, and the ''laundry list'' of reasons it has given for declining to do so are insufficient, the court said.
Lenovo, Nokia, Sony, Dell and Samsung rounded out the top five; Apple ranked last.
New facility will add capacity to its Louisiana pipeline system, supply Marathon Petroleum Co.
Acquisition will allow Xerox to increase their customer base to small and medium-sized businesses.
The $63 million facility is expected to be completed by 2008.
Domestic automakers say trade deal does not go far enough in opening Korean market to U.S. auto industry.
Four plants in Ind., Ontario, Mo., and Pa will be closed due to a restructuring plan, with additional consolidation announcements planned for the third quarter 2007.
Trade agreement will cut tariffs on all types of goods - from seafood to autos.
Activity cooled in March, but remained above levels that indicate growth. Rising prices are a concern.
The German PMI for March noted a continued increase in the manufacturing sector; however, it remained above the critical 50.0 mark.
BMW unit said Kerscher will replace Dr. Clemens Schmitz-Justen.
Although the year started off slowly, the second quarter will see 568 projects at an investment of $15.6 billion, according to Industrial Info Resources.
The 50 megawatt facility in New Hampshire will be constructed on the site of the former Fraser Paper Mill.
Main campus will close, distribution center and bag assembly plant to remain open.
The two countries reached an agreement after months of contentious negotiations.
Company selling interiors plastics business to Cadence Innovation as it tries to exit bankruptcy.
For the first time, GM will showcase new concept cars built with its Chinese partners.
Index of manufacturing activity for northern Illinois and northwestern Indiana rose to 61.7 in March from 47.9 in February, according to data released Friday from National Association of Purchasing Management-Chicago.
Manufacturing facilities, assets and employees will be transferred to SSVP II and the operations will be renamed TeDrive.