Salaried employees at DENSO Manufacturing Tennessee Inc. will have their full pay restored in January after having their pay cut 5 and 10 percent last February.
Harley-Davidson has been looking at a site in Kentucky for a motorcycle plant that employs 2,500 people, but Gov. Steve Beshear says potential for a deal is ‘significantly diminished.’
Aluminum producer Alcoa Inc. said Thursday it will temporarily idle production at its two smelters in Italy, affecting about 2,000 workers.
Auto production was down 6.7 percent in October compared to a year ago, the smallest year-on-year drop of 2009, an industry group said Friday.
New plant addition will manufacture and test medium-duty truck and off-highway viscous fan drive product.
Steelmaker says its cold rolling mill in Yorkville, Ohio, is resuming operations in mid-December, citing increasing demand for cold rolled and coated steel products.
Commercial Aircraft Corp. of China plans to build an assembly line for its homegrown C919 jetliners in Shanghai, latest step in China's ambitions to become a leader in world aviation.
Specialty chemicals company cutting about 570 jobs and closing factories in France, Britain and Mexico to 'address overcapacities and reduce costs.'
Citing an unforeseen sharp decline in orders for domestic gas turbines, Alcoa is laying off nearly a quarter of its work force at its Hampton, Va., manufacturing plant.
Food and Drug Administration sent warning letter to Medtronic about problems with procedures at the Minnesota headquarters of its heart implants division.
Bottling company says it plans to close its Cincinnati plant in two years, shedding 184 jobs as it moves the work to two plants in Kentucky.
Recreational vehicle company based in northern Indiana plans to hire more than 400 workers as it increases production.
General Electric Co. said Tuesday it is forming joint ventures with major Chinese groups that operate aerospace, energy and rail businesses.
General Motors plans to decide on the future of its European car making plants within the next two weeks after it reversed a decision to sell Opel and Vauxhall.
Industrial production fell 11.2 percent in the year to October and rose only 0.8 percent on the month, suggesting Russia's economic recovery will be volatile.
Land seized in an eminent domain fight that reached the U.S. Supreme Court remains undeveloped, despite Pfizer's announcement that it was opening a new research center.
Chinese-owned solar panel maker is planning to build a 100,000-square-foot headquarters and manufacturing plant in the Phoenix area that will employ 250 people.
Maker of hoists, cranes and other lifts said it will sell its American Lifts unit to Autoquip for $2.4 million in cash and close the plant that now houses those operations.
As part of a restructuring, boot maker will close its Danville plant by June 2010 and shift production to a factory in Missouri, affecting 206 employees.
Company agreed to buy General Electric's fire detection and security business for $1.82 billion to strengthen its security operations on North America.
Indiana-based RV Company has purchased two former Fleetwood Travel Trailers manufacturing plants in Pendleton, Oregon.
Auto parts supplier plans to expand its Harrodsburg, Ky., manufacturing plant and add more than 100 new jobs ‘in the near future.’
Automaker announced a temporary second shift will start Nov. 17 at its Belvidere, Ill., in a move to boost production of the Dodge Caliber by 10,000 units by the end of the year.
Door and window maker says layoffs are a result of the continuing decline in the residential and commercial construction industry.