State wants the federal government to OK imposition of greenhouse gas emissions standards for cars; 11 other states ready to follow suit.
National Association of Manufacturers supports bill that aims to even trade between the two countries; Peruvian goods enter the U.S. duty-free while U.S. goods to Peru have a tariff.
Federal Reserve Chairman says growth of the U.S. economy would slow in the October-December quarter and remain sluggish during the January-March quarter.
About 100 temporary workers were laid off last month because Cummins' production of the 6.7-liter Dodge Ram diesel engine was temporarily stopped.
Government report of a 7.6 percent drop — the second straight monthly decline — suggests a slowdown in corporate investment that may indicate slower economic growth.
Kirin aiming to diversify revenue sources amid slower growth in Japan's food and beverage sector with $2.6 billion acquisition of National Foods.
50.1 percent stake in Canadian think tank Automotive Fuel Cell Cooperation will further help Daimler's large-scale production of fuel cell cars.
The union representing German train drivers, GDL, launched a 42-hour strike against Deutsche Bahn national railway in an effort to secure a pay raise.
World's biggest manufacturer of luxury cars says sales reached 123,304 units, up 13.2 percent compared with last year.
Digital mapmaker says bid 'is more favorable to Tele Atlas, its shareholders and other stakeholders'; some investors believe TomTom rival Garvin will rebid.
Airbus parent blames third-quarter losses on the slump in the U.S. dollar and delays with its A400M military transport aircraft.
The blazes in California upped the state's claims by 3,000, but the national rate is down by 13,000 this week — the lowest rate in a month.
Beijing says it deserves a longer grace period for cutting tariffs and opening up its manufacturing markets than the two years proposed.
Landmark Magna-CAW agreement includes a skilled trades program, layoff and job security protections, a women's advocate, paid education leave and inter-plant transfer language.
At least five children — two in the U.S. and three in Australia — have been hospitalized after swallowing toy beads containing a chemical that morphs into a 'date rape drug' when ingested.
Hewlett-Packard Co. looking for original equipment manufacturer to design and distribute HP cameras as it shifts resources to focus on home photo printing and online photo services.
International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers union wants wage increases, a signing bonus and higher pension benefits from the jet engine maker.
Outlook for holiday shopping season looking bleak due to consumers' ongoing worries about the housing slump and higher energy prices.
President unveils two broad initiatives designed to improve the safety of the $2 trillion in food, toys and other consumer goods imported each year.