Japanese automaker delaying the start of production at its plant in Blue Springs, Miss., indefinitely as it copes with the downturn in the auto industry.
Automotive supplier will transfer its South Carolina manufacturing operations to Virginia, creating 318 jobs at its Newport News facility.
Solar power technology company is getting ready to announce an investment of up to $1.2 billion in Michigan that would create about 190 jobs.
Confidence at major Japanese manufacturers marked its sharpest drop in 34 years, a key central bank survey showed, as companies brace for more global turbulence.
Japanese carmakers say the bankruptcy of any of Detroit's Big Three would spell serious trouble for them as well.
Automaker is lowering production by another 119,000 vehicles, bringing anticipated production for its fiscal year ending March 31 to 1.3 million cars and light trucks.
General Motors is saving every cent it can, from shutting down escalators at night to limiting workers' choice of pens, in case it needs to fight to survive beyond year's end.
Electronics maker said Friday it is cutting 380 jobs at its Japanese plants and shuttering some assembly lines making flat panels to cope with the global slowdown.
Swedish truck and bus maker said Thursday it is laying off some U.S. workers, furloughing others and throttling back on engine and transmission production due to slow sales.
Plan offers credit guarantees, emergency loans and research funds to boost companies in the 'Swedish automotive cluster,' the government said, following pleas from Volvo and Saab.
Freight rail-car manufacturer and a division of Dallas-based Trinity Industries plans to close a Springfield plant and lay off 228 workers.
MWV AGI Media, a subsidiary of MeadWestvaco Corp., plans to close a plant in the Netherlands that makes paper-based packaging for the media and entertainment industry.
Japanese automaker is adding at least six non-production days at its Buffalo, W.Va., engine and transmission plant.
Regulators said they would investigate Poland's $68 million subsidy to computer maker Dell Inc., because they doubt the company's new Polish plant needed a state subsidy.
Charlotte, N.C.-based Lance, Inc. will begin operations next week at the former Archway cookie plant in Ashland, Ohio, with a staff of 50 to 70 workers.
Bakery giant Grupo Bimbo is buying the U.S. subsidiary of Canada's George Weston Ltd. for $2.3 billion, making it one of the world's largest bakery companies.
Parent company, Libbey Inc., is closing Syracuse China’s 137-year-old ceramic dinnerware factory in March, eliminating 275 jobs.
Japan's largest carmaker said it will further reduce production at several factories in North America, as the global slowdown continues to cut into sales.
About 285 people will lose their jobs when the steelmaker closes its plant in Hennepin, Illinois.
UEK, which makes turbines that generate electric power from fast moving water, is planning to move its assembly plant to Sussex County and hire 40 people.
Company is temporarily closing its commercial glass factory in Owatonna for the week, idling about 1,100 workers.
Steelmaker will close its Lackawanna, N.Y., plant at the end of April, putting 260 employees out of work.
Carmaker to cut back work hours at its plant in Rastatt, Germany, that produces Mercedes A and B class cars, as the ongoing economic crisis has pinched demand.
Vehicle remanufacturing and logistics company closing the facility as part of a restructuring of its North American drivetrain operations, citing ongoing woes in the auto industry.