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.
British restaurant equipment manufacturer has accepted a rival $2 billion cash buyout offer from Illinois Tool Works, after agreeing last month to be acquired for less by Manitowoc Co.
Drug developer undergoing a major shift and will concentrate on developing products to treat central nervous system disorders, a strategy the company hopes will restore its flagging growth.
Automaker is meeting with shareholders to talk about a turnaround following last week's revelation that billionaire Kirk Kerkorian has taken a 4.7 percent stake.
Aerospace manufacturer foresees little turbulence on the horizon as it boosted its market forecasts for business and regional jets over the next 10 and 20 years.
Consumers gave some of the nation's retailers a little relief in April following months of dismal sales, but business was helped along by heavy discounting that could hurt first-quarter earnings.
Automaker projecting a 27 percent plunge in full-year profit after the strong yen and weak U.S. sales took a bite out of January-March earnings.
Chief executive told shareholders that maintaining the automaker's presence in the United States was not a knee-jerk reaction to the strong euro, but a long-term strategy.
Trade surplus in Europe's largest economy was $25.77 billion in March, down from $25.81 billion in February, and below analysts' expectations.
European Union to investigate whether China, Moldova and Turkey are illegally selling steel wire rod at below-cost prices that damage European manufacturers.
Chief Executive Marius Kloppers told a briefing in London that the world's largest miner was in continual discussions with regulators and would lodge documents within weeks.
Billionaire investor Carl Icahn now owns about 172.2 million shares, or a 7.6 percent stake in the cell-phone maker, based on 2.26 billion shares outstanding as of March 14.
$240 million plan to entice Canadian airplane maker to Kansas City flew through the Legislature as politicians praised it as Missouri's best chance to land a super-sized development deal.
Steelmaker and distributor Esmark has agreed to pay India's Essar Steel Holdings a $20.5 million fee if Essar's proposed $670 million buyout offer fails.
South Korean chipmaker said Wednesday it expects to sell more dynamic random access memory chips in Japan after a World Trade Organization ruling.
RF Micro Devices is cutting jobs in Greensboro for the second time in a month after previously announcing it was eliminating 80 jobs as it consolidated testing operations in China.
Labor Department reports worker productivity rose by a better-than-expected 2.2 percent in the first three months of the year while labor cost pressures eased.
European plane maker has ended talks with Latecoere over the sale of two French plants due to time constraints and 'the current difficult financial environment.'
United Auto Workers’ 2-month-old strike against American Axle has forced autoworkers to frequent food pantries and suppliers to cut their business.