Sinking beer sales in Belgium are forcing Anheuser-Busch InBev SA to cut nearly 10 percent of the jobs in its home country, the company said Thursday.
General Motors said Thursday that it plans to sell its Nexteer Automotive steering and driveline operations subsidiary.
Automaker made its first mass-produced electric car battery Thursday at a Michigan plant that will produce the batteries for the GM's Chevrolet Volt assembly line in Detroit.
Food company says it will lay off fewer than 30 workers when it closes a Virginia plant this spring, a fraction of the 340 projected when Smithfield announced the move last year.
Russia's UC Rusal is cutting 762 more jobs at the West Indies Alumina Company in Jamaica as worldwide demand for bauxite stays weak.
Forest and lawn equipment producer says it will consolidate its North American headquarters in Charlotte, thanks in part to sweeteners from North Carolina.
Think North America, subsidiary of Norwegian-based Think Global, projects its new electric car factory at a former RV plant could have 415 full-time jobs by 2013.
Ireland's Waterford Crystal factory is for sale one year after its parent company went bankrupt and sold its brands and many assets to an American private equity firm.
Rise in orders to U.S. factories was double what had been expected and provided further evidence that manufacturers are beginning to pull out of a steep slump.
After selling a majority of its business to Brazilian beef giant JBS, chicken producer is cutting 230 corporate and administrative jobs in effort to consolidate operations.
Aluminum manufacturer ALCOA is eliminating 90 jobs at its Alcoa, Tenn., operations in the Smoky Mountains foothills.
Wilh. Schulz GMBH, based in Krefeld, Germany, will build a $300 million plant in Mississippi to manufacture stainless steel pipes for the oil and gas industry.
HSBC China Manufacturing PMI rose to 56.1 from November's 55.7, highest level since April 2004, thanks to 'buoyant demand' from foreign and domestic markets.
Italian carmaker Fiat signed an agreement to take over the Zastava car factory in Serbia, with an initial investment of $142 million and plans to make up to 200,000 cars per year.
Italian automaker will restructure its industrial network to increase production from this year's 650,000 to a range between 800,000 and 1 million over the next three years.
Greeting card company said it reached a deal with party goods maker Amscan Inc., and will stop making its own party goods at its Kalamazoo, Mich., plant by the end of April.
Think North America says that the company is focusing its negotiations on an Indiana factory that would have 415 full-time jobs.
Planemaker said Tuesday that it purchased remaining stake Global Aeronautica's fuselage subassembly plant adjacent to Boeing's North Charleston, S.C. site.
Government officials held an emergency meeting with unions and local authorities on Monday to prepare for closure of main plant of General Motors' Saab unit.
Hundreds of people have attended the last holiday party at General Motors’ Ohio stamping plant before the facility shuts down next month.
Company that manufactures funeral hearses, limousines and buses says it plans to close its plant in Fort Smith, Ark., next spring, eliminating 140 jobs.
Medical implant maker Symmetry Medical Inc. said Friday it will close a manufacturing plant in Maine as part of broader cost-saving efforts.
General Motors' New York engine plant is marking the end of the line for a class of V-8 engine that's been produced there for 50 years.
Automaker is cutting back production in January at its plant in Alliston, Ont., that makes the Civic compact, and plants in Ohio and Indiana.