Pharmaceuticals company said Tuesday it will invest $1.25 billion in its research centers in China over the next five years.
Decision at board meeting Tuesday in Detroit the concluding step in the process after a year of uncertainty over the future of Opel and sister brand Vauxhall.
Generic drug giant suing the Pittsburgh Post-Gazette for defamation over a story based on internal documents that prompted a Food and Drug Administration review.
Medical device developer downsizing its workforce to cut operating costs by 43 percent, and exploring possible sale of some or all of its assets.
Motorcycle maker Harley-Davidson says more jobs will be lost at its central Pennsylvania plant even if the company decides to keep the factory there.
Japan's factory output rose 1.4 percent in September, the seventh consecutive increase, as recovering global trade boosted demand for the country's cars and electronics.
South Carolina's economic incentives and nonunion work force appealed to Boeing over its longtime manufacturing base in Washington state as a second assembly line for its 787 jetliner.
Outdoor power-equipment maker says it will consolidate two operations at its Nashville plant next year, and its De Queen site will become a warehouse.
Motorcycle maker shutting down its test facility in Alabama, eliminating about 100 jobs there, as it consolidates its test operations.
Company said 240 manufacturing workers will be laid off and 80 distribution employees will be reassigned to another plant when it shuts down its hosiery factory in North Carolina.
German carmaker already beat its 2008 record for car sales in China and expects to sell over 130,000 cars there in 2009 -- a 22 percent increase over last year.
Automakers experiencing production boom in China with Toyota, Honda and Nissan setting records for September, the latest sign of recovery for Japan's auto industry.
State Senate committee approved incentive package that appears tailored to lure massive Boeing assembly facility to North Charleston, South Carolina.
Luxury automaker Fisker Automotive is buying a shuttered General Motors assembly plant in Delaware to produce plug-in hybrid electric cars, officials said Tuesday.
United Steelworkers Union local president says he doesn’t think ArcelorMittal’s Georgetown, S.C., steel mill will reopen before 2011.
Drugs and chemicals maker posted 10 percent drop in net income as weaker demand for fertilizers and materials offset strong sales in health care and pharmaceuticals.
Electronic capacitor manufacturer Kemet Corp. says it will expand operations in South Carolina, creating 113 new jobs.
SMA Solar Technology plans to open its first North American manufacturing site in Denver with 300 employees and a capacity to expand the work force to 700.
Associated Press reports Fisker Automotive plans to build vehicles at a former General Motors plant in Wilmington, Del.
Door manufacturer plans to close Mohawk Flush Doors plant in South Bend by early next year and eliminate 73 jobs.
Manufacturer of heaters and air conditioners for cars and trucks said it will close a factory in Kentucky that employs about 110 people.
French engineering firm Alstom SA is cutting 502 jobs in Hornell in western New York, leaving between 200 to 300 workers at its rail assembly plant.
Swedish appliance maker plans to close a plant in Spain, slashing 450 jobs, and said it may phase out production at a Swedish facility which could result in more cuts.
Japan's biggest tire maker Bridgestone Corp. said it will close its two manufacturing plants in Australia and New Zealand by mid-2010 with the loss of 875 jobs.