Spokesman Stew Low said Monday there are no products available for the factory, which employees about 1,400 hourly and salaried employees.
Aerospace company and Machinists union representatives met to open contract talks, exchanging proposals on pay, pensions, health care and other issues.
Europe’s largest maker of backup power supplies rejected a $1.3 billion takeover bid, saying the all-cash offer ‘materially undervalued the company and its prospects.’
Communications equipment maker said Monday it will buy Radyne Corp. for about $216.2 million.
Senior executive said plans for an auto assembly plant in Mississippi are being delayed by worries about slumping American auto sales and a broader U.S. economic slowdown.
China's sales of autos, trucks and buses are booming at a time of slack growth elsewhere, driven by an economy that expanded 10.6 percent in the first quarter.
Soaring scrap metal prices have led companies that were paid to recycle rusted frigates and tankers to begin paying the federal government to get ahold of all that valuable steel.
With the latest deal, Boeing has a backlog of more than 360 777s on order.
Two-way trade between the U.S. and the EU reached $1.6 billion a day last year, but businesses on both sides complain about red tape holding them back.
Move is the latest stage of a long-running merger plan underscoring pressure for consolidation as competition intensifies among Japan's small to mid-size consumer device makers.
Beijing's trade surplus fell about 1 percent to a still-robust $16.8 billion amid weaker global demand for Chinese goods.
Light, sweet crude for June delivery vaulted to a new record as oil prices surged amidst concerns of a possible confrontation between the U.S. and Venezuela that could cut exports.
Company completed the closure of two manufacturing plants and a commercial office to adjust for excess capacity due to lower vehicle sales from North American customers.
U.S. trade deficit narrowed sharply in March as demand for imports fell by the largest amount since the last recession was ending.
Prosecutors opened administrative proceedings against Heinrich von Pierer, but stopped short of launching a criminal investigation against him, citing lack of evidence over corruption and bribery.
After blocking a takeover of part of MacDonald Dettwiler and Associates, federal Industry Minister announced a major contract between the company and the Canadian Space Agency.
Amish-run salvage stores selling expired food and medicine dirt-cheap are drawing a steady stream of non-Amish customers seeking relief from the country's financial ills.
Aluminum maker and its board of directors were sued over a purported scheme to bribe officials in the Persian Gulf country of Bahrain.
Federal government confirmed its decision to block a controversial takeover of part of Canada's premier space technology firm, saying the proposed deal would not benefit the country.
2008 Dodge Challenger began rolling off the assembly line into an uncertain market that could embrace the nostalgic muscle car or reject it for its gas-guzzling excess.
Unions should be required to make public more details of their internal finances, the Labor Department said as it proposed new changes to union disclosure forms.
Worst may have passed, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said, though he acknowledged rising gas prices will blunt the effect of 130 million economic stimulus checks.
General Motors says it will pay up to $200 million to help bring an end to a crippling labor dispute at parts supplier American Axle and Manufacturing Holdings.
According to an ATS survey, sixty-three percent of executives said they would outsource maintenance to bolster plant operations against a recession.
General Motors plant in Missouri shut down since March 6 due to a parts shortage caused by a strike at supplier American Axle will restart on Monday.