Company said its Chinese joint venture will build hydrogen production facility for PetroChina that can produce over 90 million standard cubic feet of hydrogen per day.
General Motors said it should wind up with about 5,000 dealers in July after keeping 900 dealerships that the automaker had originally planned to cut loose.
As workers continue to strike at automaker's Indian plant, Hyundai says each halted day of production costs the company more than 2,000 cars worth $13.8 million.
German automaker says it hopes to sell more than 2 million cars in 2010 in China and open four new plants there in the near future.
Circuit board maker said a fire in an electrical distribution hub in a factory in Zhongshan, China, on Sunday caused production to stop for an undetermined period.
Fourth strike since 2008 forces Hyundai to stop all production in India, the latest in a series of union battles that have pushed Hyundai to move some production to Turkey.
Officials asked Bristol-Myers Squibb not to shut down a plant which makes AIDS drugs, saying the move will jeopardize the lives of thousands of babies.
Malaysian national carmaker said VW will not collaborate with it because the German automaker 'has other priorities,' the second time talks between the two have failed.
Government data shows that industrial orders in Europe's biggest economy were up 2.8 percent on the month in April following a strong rise in March.
Chief of Holcim's U.S. division called the company's new $1 billion Missouri plant the largest and most environmentally efficient cement plant in the U.S.
Researchers found slightly higher rates of brain cancer at one facility, but said the difference wasn't statistically significant and doesn't appear linked to workplace factors.
General Motors' Opel unit wants loan guarantees totaling more than $1.2 billion from Germany, where it has four plants.
Authorities are investigating the cause of explosion that leveled part of a bullet-manufacturing plant in Oregon, shaking the ground and rattling windows several blocks away.
Hungarian subsidiary of Sony said it would close a manufacturing plant in Hungary and move production of Blu-ray players and DVD recorders to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Consumer products maker opened its first plant in Russia, which will make two Huggies diapers.
U.S. government has proposed more than $214,000 in fines against a Canadian seafood processing company accused of 17 violations at a New Hampshire plant.
Furniture maker is closing its plant in New Albany, Miss., within the next 60 days, putting 600 people out of work.
Japanese automaker is boosting production of the gas model Highlander sport utility vehicle at its southern Indiana plant.
General Motors of Canada said it will invest $245 million to build a new line of fuel-efficient transmissions in southern Ontario beginning in early 2012.
Trailer manufacturer says it will gradually increase production and add more than 300 jobs because of the strengthening market for its products.
Appliance maker said it is discontinuing the production of components made at Benton Harbor, Mich., plant and eliminating 216 jobs as a result.
Brazilian subsidiary of General Motors Co. plans to spend $386 million to develop and produce a new model of Chevrolet.
Albany Industries is expanding its operation in Ripley in northeast Mississippi and could hire up to 200 more workers.
Outdoor power equipment maker said it plans to close its southeast Nebraska mower plant and move operations to Orangeburg, S.C., later this year.