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.
Japan's biggest automakers posted major production and sales gains in April, as robust growth in China and elsewhere in Asia continued to fuel demand.
Company says it expects to pay about $42 million for a shuttered California factory where Tesla plans to team with Toyota Motors to build electric cars.
Officials are trying to persuade Navistar to keep its truck design center and 800 workers in the city after it dropped plans to move its operations to a Chicago suburb.
Poultry company says it will hire as many as 1,400 local workers and invest $30 million to reopen its idled Coffee County chicken processing complex by January.
Honda's four auto assembly plants in China have ground to a halt after workers at a parts maker went on strike demanding better wages.
British agency that regulates business takeovers criticized Kraft for promising to keep a Cadbury factory open, then changing its mind after taking over the chocolate company.
Arkansas paper mill that employs more than 1,000 people has dedicated a $53 million expansion that will enable it to reduce waste and better compete in global market.
Snack dip company has cut the ribbon on its new Virginia manufacturing plant that is expected to employ about 300.
Automaker is breaking ground on a lithium-ion battery plant as part of its plan to build electric cars and eventually create up to 1,300 jobs in Tennessee.
Australian brewer and winemaker said Wednesday that it will split its global beer and troubled wine businesses into separate listed companies.
Santa Monica, Calif.-based CODA Automotive Inc. says the factory in Columbus would build lithium ion batteries, creating up to 1,300 jobs after five years.
Massive oil spill in the Gulf of Mexico has focused attention on the petroleum industry's loose regulation and failure to plan for the worst.
Automaker has stopped sales of the Lexus LS sedan for about three weeks while it works to get parts to dealers to fix problem with the vehicle's steering system.
Automaker says it plans to expand production at several factories in China to keep up with demand, raising its total capacity by more than a quarter by late 2012.
Biotech drugmaker Genzyme has agreed to pay a $175 million penalty to federal regulators in connection with a series of problems at a key manufacturing plant.
Jabo, one of only two marble makers in the U.S., is creating pretty marbles for a group of collectors from across the U.S. and Canada, perhaps for the last time.
Two Ford factories will see 170 additional jobs in next two years as automaker brings battery pack and gas-electric hybrid transmission assembly to the United States.