Ford plans to stop making the Escape in Missouri by the end of next year and shift production of its next-generation sport utility vehicle to Kentucky, a union president said.
Auto parts maker Visteon Corp. said Tuesday that it and a Chinese partner are expanding a plant in order to make air conditioning and heating equipment.
Malaysian national carmaker said it plans to turnaround its loss-making British sports car unit Lotus in five years under a major revamp to bolster the group.
General Motors says it's restructuring its international operations to create a unit to handle South America that will be based in Sao Paulo, Brazil.
Automaker plans to add about 100 temporary workers to its southern Indiana plant as it increases production.
About 700 garment factories in Bangladesh were shut Tuesday after days of violent protests by tens of thousands of workers demanding better wages.
Former business division of The Dow Chemical Company is now a standalone, privately held company that will focus on its global materials operations.
Ground was broken Monday on an advanced battery manufacturing facility expected to create hundreds of jobs and, according to Vice President Joe Biden, boost a U.S. energy production 'revolution.'
Submarine maker is acquiring a research and development site from drug manufacturer Pfizer in Connecticut for its own R&D and engineering operations.
Dutch paintmaker Akzo Nobel NV said Monday it has agreed to sell its starches arm to U.S.-based Corn Products International for around $1.3 billion.
The $6.4 billion ThyssenKrupp CSA Siderurgica do Atlantico plant is located in Rio de Janeiro and has an annual production capacity of 5 million metric tons of steel slabs.
Elkhart, Ind., mayor says a recreational vehicle parts supplier that got tax incentives to add 240 production jobs in the Indiana city last year may be moving its headquarters to Kentucky.
France's Danone said that by combining its operations with Russian firm Unimilk, total sales in the former Soviet Union would reach $1.8 billion.
Company has expanded to a second engineering facility in Kansas, adding about 100 jobs as it snaps up aerospace engineers laid off from U.S.-based aircraft makers.
Japanese automaker will restart the delayed construction of its Mississippi plant, which will provide 2,000 jobs and be up and running by the fall of next year.
Caterpillar plans to invest almost $700 million over the next four years to start producing mining shovels and expand production of its trucks at plants in Illinois and India.
New president of General Motors Canada says he believes the automaker can capture more than 16 percent of the Canadian vehicle market this year.
President of FP-Pigments said his company will make a $20 million investment and open a plant in Rome, Ga., that will employ about 20 people.
Automaker said it has ended a cost-saving requirement that all workers take the same two weeks off during the summer when it switches model years.
Environmental Protection Agency holding public meeting in Flint on plans for a $5 to $7 million cleanup of General Motors' former Buick City complex.
Venezuelan President Hugo Chavez says his government will expropriate a small auto parts company and turn over its management to workers.
Anticipating long-term growth in demand for the commercial plane, Boeing said it is again boosting plans for production of the 737 jet in 2012.
Company said it is forming a joint venture with a Saudi Arabian company to handle the production of 'flexible' industrial packaging.
Chocolate maker to spend $250 to $300 million to modernize facilities and cut costs as part of plan to save $80 million a year.