Maax Corp. is for sale as it struggles under a heavy debt load while its business sags amid the slowdown in U.S. home building.
Japanese automaker rejected a Business Week report that the government covered the development costs of the Prius battery and hybrid system.
Agricultural products producer will invest up to $196 million over the next 18 months at a manufacturing facility in Luling, La.
Auto supplier turned over confidential financial information to the union in a bid to speed negotiations aimed at ending a five-week strike over wages and benefits.
U.S. Treasury Secretary told Chinese leaders Washington is making progress in resolving the U.S. credit crisis, but cautioned there will be 'more bumps' ahead.
Menu Foods, whose contaminated food may have led to the deaths of thousands of dogs and cats in North America, will pay an undisclosed amount to the pet owners.
National Association of Manufacturers criticized hearings on oil company profits as a theatrical exercise devoid of meaningful steps toward easing high prices and shortages.
Lawmakers scheduled to hear from top executives of the five largest U.S. oil companies, which together earned about $123 billion last year from soaring oil prices.
Automakers reported double-digit U.S. sales declines as demand for trucks and sport utility vehicles plummeted due to high gas prices, the housing slump and tightening credit.
Airbus parent vowed to defend top managers against charges they breached insider trading and market disclosure rules.
Germany's unadjusted jobless rate declined to 8.4 percent in March as an economic upswing in Europe's biggest economy helped support the labor market.
Sector sees slight increase from February, but still affected by heavy cost pressures; economists say results confirm manufacturing recession.
World Bank trimmed its 2008 growth forecast for China to 9.4 percent from 9.6 percent but said it should be robust enough to help drive the global economy.
Owner-Operator Independent Drivers Association says many of its members believe diesel prices at more than $4 a gallon is making it difficult for them to stay in business.
Turning attention from efforts to calm the U.S. credit crisis, Secretary Paulson meets Wednesday with China's new point man on strained trade ties with Washington.
France's market regulator is initiating sanctions procedures and deepening its probe into market abuses at the parent company of Airbus.
Plane maker denies production delays for A350, as it unveiled a new interior for the midsize passenger jet to better compete with Boeing's fast-selling 787.
Federal judge approved Delphi's request to extend two deadlines with GM and the IRS as it tries to line up the financing it needs to exit from bankruptcy.
World's No. 2 computer maker says it will save as much as $3 billion over the next three years as it cuts costs and lays off more workers.
Memory chipmakers' shares rose on news Asian chipmakers will seek higher prices from customers after a year of depressed profit margins.
General Motors is closing a sedan plant in the Detroit area as a result of the month long strike at parts supplier American Axle.
Housing collapse still creating rough times in U.S. manufacturing in 2008, but the sector should rebound in 2009, according to Manufacturers Alliance/MAPI.
Region's Purchasing Managers Index, a precursor to the Institute for Supply Management manufacturing survey, rose 48.2 in March from 44.5 a month earlier.
World's largest chocolate producer, Barry Callebaut, will acquire a 60 percent stake in KL Kepong Cocoa Products as part of its expansion in Asia.