Norwegian automaker plans to sell an electric car that is 95 percent recyclable, goes 110 miles without a charge and costs less than $25,000.
Agreement gives the European airplane manufacturer access to new technology but Airbus downplayed the prospect of a deal to eventually buy the fuel efficient jet engines.
Tessera asked the U.S. International Trade Commission to investigate the import and sale of certain semiconductor packaging products because they infringe its patents.
Weak dollar and rapid industrial growth in developing countries has boosted exports, but manufacturing jobs will not be created on the back of that export strength.
Supreme Court said Monday it will rule on a case that could make it harder for U.S. companies to obtain protective tariffs on low-priced foreign goods.
Auto sales in China are booming and demand for the biggest vehicles is getting stronger, with sales of luxury cars and SUVs expected to surge by 40-45 percent.
Officials suggested the problem with heparin could have occurred in the U.S. and plan to visit a Baxter International plant to see how the finished product is manufactured.
While oil summit debates reason for record high prices, light sweet crude hits $117 a barrel.
Global trade union group criticized sportswear companies and the International Olympic Committee for not doing enough to ensure labor rights are respected.
Possibility of cooperation between the competitors reflects the intense pressure to cut costs amid slow sales growth in the U.S. and Europe.
Plane maker still intends to sell three manufacturing plants in Germany, but until then they will be taken over by a new holding company owned entirely by EADS.
Automaker and India's Hero Group signed contracts that will see them invest more than $1.1 billion in a joint venture that should start production in India in 2010.
Industrial gas provider building a new air separation plant in South Korea to meet increased demand from a new production agreement with Samsung Electronics.
Maker of engineered bearings and alloy and specialty steel products, said Friday it opened new plants in India and China.
Japanese beverage maker is preparing to purchase major Sydney-based dairy maker Dairy Farmers, sources familiar with the matter said Friday.
MPC Computers is shutting down its LaVergne, Tenn., manufacturing facility and moving operations to Mexico.
Radiation therapy device maker plans to buy Chengdu Twin Peak Accelerator Technology, manufacturer of equipment used to produce radiation systems.
Footwear maker has shut down part of its Quebec City plant earlier than expected, giving 350 employees the boot.
German automaker opened an auto plant in the eastern Chinese city of Nanjing with an initial capacity of 60,000 vehicles a year.
Lawmakers from Washington state and Kansas joined labor leaders to protest the Air Force contract Boeing lost to a European rival, and vowed to stymie the deal in Congress.
Scandal-plagued Samsung Group vowed to reform the way it does business after its powerful chairman was indicted on criminal charges.
Seoul agreed to resume imports that had been halted over mad cow disease, clearing a key hurdle to a broader trade deal with Washington.
Automaker's CEO said he's open to more partnerships like Nissan and such deals are key in Chrysler's plans to sell vehicles in growing markets worldwide.
Confidence in Chinese goods has fallen dramatically and the European Union says 'much work will need to be done if China is to regain the trust of European citizens in its products.'
Exports to the U.S. from euro countries were flat in January, as the weak dollar made German cars and French champagne more expensive for American shoppers.