Workers at Hugo Boss factory in suburban Cleveland are celebrating the first suit to come off the line since they reached an agreement to keep the plant open.
General Electric's aviation unit is building a new plant in the U.K. that will make equipment for both the civilian and military aerospace markets.
Defense contractor announced plans Monday to build a missile production plant in Huntsville that will create 300 jobs in a city where Raytheon is already a major employer.
Epic Wake Boats says it will use a facility in Vivian, La., to produce its electric and hybrid boats and plans to employ more than 400 at the plant during the next few years.
German car parts maker says it plans to build two new plants in China and one in India in the next two years as it adapts to increasing demand from Asia.
Federal watchdog says Treasury Dept. failed to consider economic fallout when it told GM and Chrysler to quickly shutter many dealerships as part of government-led bankruptcies.
Automotive parts company said it will spend $7 million to expand its Spartanburg County operations and plans to add 60 jobs.
Korea's Hyundai Heavy Industry is locating its first American manufacturing plant in Alabama, creating 480 jobs.
Gov. Sonny Perdue says Korea-based Hanil E-Hwa plans to open the $8.45 million factory in LaGrange, Ga., that is set to create 173 jobs over the next three years.
World's largest automaker will invest about $600 million for a new plant in Sao Paulo, Brazil, to meet soaring demand in Latin America.
Healthcare giant said it will lay off most of the staff at factory idled over repeated recalls as it upgrades the manufacturing facilities, equipment and laboratories at the plant.
World's largest appliance maker consolidating its office campus into three new bulidings to reduce operating costs, increase energy efficiency and drive productivity.
Regitex USA LLC plans to open a manufacturing operation at an existing textile plant in Mecklenburg County, creating 60 jobs.
Seeking to boost economic spirits, Obama hailed construction of another car-battery plant as a symbol of a made-in-America rebound from desperate times.
Planemaker said it will make interior parts for its new 787 airliner in North Charleston, S.C., at a site located about 10 miles away from its new 787 assembly operation.
Section of a U.S. Steel plant near Pittsburgh where an oven exploded was idle as investigators looked for clues into the powerful blast that injured 20 workers.
VW says it will build a new manufacturing plant in Yizheng, China, which will start operating in 2013 and produce up to 300,000 vehicles a year.
Quebec-based structural steel manufacturer says it has acquired a factory in Rock Hill, S.C., for an undisclosed price and expects to hire about 200 additional workers.
Company said it received a contract to ramp up manufacturing of its anthrax vaccine BioThrax, and the deal could be worth as much as $107 million over the next five years.
Defense contractor said that it will close down a Louisiana shipyard and may shed its entire division that makes warships as the Navy shifts its shipbuilding priorities.
British defense contractor has completed the purchase of Atlantic Marine Holding Co. from J.F. Lehman & Co. for $352 million.
Wind turbine maker says it will hire more than 1,000 people at three Colorado plants that manufacture components after receiving a surge of orders for the electricity generators.
Norwegian-based electric car maker Think Global says it remains committed to opening a factory in Elkhart, although it's still waiting on a decision about a federal loan it has sought.
North Carolina officials are assembling tax breaks and other incentives worth up to $75 million to lure a new Caterpillar factory that would employ nearly 400 workers.