On Thursday, the German candy maker announced plans to build its first U.S. manufacturing facility.
China's auto market is booming and becoming an increasingly attractive target for overseas automakers looking to boost their sales.
Alibaba announced an agreement to help recycle the billions of plastic bags and cardboard boxes used for parcel shipments in China each year.
GE is considering reducing staff at its headquarters, consolidating IT operations and curbing research and discretionary spending.
General Mills reported sales and profit declines this week in its latest quarterly financial results.
German luxury automaker Porsche is reporting stronger profit margins even as it ramps up production and makes less expensive vehicles.
Competition is heating up in the race to develop a new class of solar panels that could deliver efficient solar energy in greater quantities and at lower costs.
Amazon will soon allow companies to register free of charge as it expands its efforts to fight the sale of counterfeit goods on its online marketplace.
VW Truck & Bus reported a total of 184,000 vehicle sales last year.
Tesla Motors plans to discontinue the most affordable versions of its Model S electric sedan.
However, the Trump administration's initial budget outline included little new detail about an infrastructure spending plan.
The small yellow submarine that eventually received that unusual moniker is ready to take to the water.
Apprenticeships have long been used in Europe to train workers for industrial and manufacturing jobs, but they remain uncommon in the U.S.
Equipment manufacturer Caterpillar hired the former U.S. attorney general in the wake of a federal raid on its headquarters earlier this month.
Japanese manufacturer NTN Corp. announced that its Indiana-based joint venture plans to build a second auto parts factory.
The maker of Nutella announced an agreement to acquire chocolate maker Fannie May in an effort to bolster its U.S. operations.
On Wednesday, Tesla announced plans to raise about $1.15 billion as it prepares to introduce its first mass-market vehicle.
The nation's aerospace industry urged Congress to enact a sweeping overhaul of the U.S. tax code — including a dramatic change to tax deductions for...
The U.S. Air Force on Tuesday announced a $96.5 million contract awarded to SpaceX to launch another satellite into orbit.
Volkswagen's chief executive declined to rule out merger talks with Fiat Chrysler following his company's annual press conference this week.
Ford reportedly hopes to capitalize on the growing luxury auto market in China by manufacturing Lincoln SUVs in the country.
A shuttered Minnesota candy factory will reopen as a pet supplement facility in coming weeks.
The agency said that the nation added 235,000 jobs overall in February and that the unemployment rate edged down slightly to 4.7 percent.
Toyota is reportedly considering establishing a manufacturing presence in Saudi Arabia.
Virginia port officials are working to address a massive stockpile of shipping containers formerly used by bankrupt shipping giant Hanjin.
President Donald Trump appears poised to rescind an Obama administration effort to curb carbon emissions from power plants.
The automaker is particularly interested in its ability to create large-scale, single-piece parts out of advanced materials in a much shorter timespan.
The company has not determined what it will do with the vacant Kevlar factory.
The company could make its first voyage to the moon in as little as three years.
A prominent firearms manufacturer reportedly plans to consolidate its distribution operations in central Missouri.
Last week, Boeing said that attrition, leaving positions vacant and, if necessary, involuntary layoffs would also be used to reduce employment levels.
General Motors plans to cut the third shift and lay off 1,100 workers at a plant in Lansing, Mich.
A recent report suggested that GM would need to raise the prices of its cars by nearly $1,000 to offset the costs of border adjustment.
In favorable conditions, the panel systems could account for up to 80 percent of an individual warehouse's annual energy needs.
The administration aims to reduce the agency's annual budget from $8.2 billion to $6.1 billion and trim its payroll from about 15,000 workers to 12,000.
Federal authorities searched the world's largest construction equipment manufacturer's offices after years of controversy surrounding its accounting...
The potential effects of the U.K.'s departure from the EU on the nation's auto industry came increasingly into focus this week.
The U.S. manufacturing sector grew for the sixth consecutive month in February.
A report warned that global policymakers need to adjust energy pricing to reflect increasingly available renewable power.