State is the world's 12th largest producer of greenhouse gases and its emissions-reduction plan is expected to affect some 800 manufacturing facilities.
Longview Fibre Co. discriminated against a woman in 2001 when it refused to hire her because she was pregnant, the state Supreme Court ruled.
Official says he was worried bomb-resistant tanks, known as MRAPs, were making the force 'too heavy,' but lawmakers are pushing for more because of the vehicle's solid safety record.
Sluggish housing market and a credit crunch are showing its effects as growth slows and construction activity takes a larger-than-expected drop.
Trade commissioner says Beijing ‘understood our messages and our concerns’ about trade deficit and product safety.
After a spat with an EU commissioner, Wu Yi is said to have deployed some 320 officials to spot-check manufacturers in at least 12 cities in the southern Guangdong Province.
Michigan State University study documents number of dogs and cats that may have died earlier this year as a result of eating contaminated pet food imported from China.
Bush administration’s breakthrough deal ‘represents a victory for U.S. manufacturers, producers and their workers,’ U.S. Trade Representative Susan Schwab said.
New applications filed for unemployment insurance rose last week to the highest level since Feb. 10; numbers surprised economists.
Commerce Department's new reading of the gross domestic product shows the U.S. economy barreled ahead at a 4.9 percent pace.
State joins California and a dozen others trying to require tougher vehicle emissions standards for new cars, light trucks and sport utility vehicles.
Canada's Competition Bureau investigating Nestle, Cadbury, Hershey, and Mars for a possible price-fixing scheme in the country's multibillion-dollar chocolate market.
Latest Federal Reserve news on the effects of the severe housing slump and credit crunch have economists worrying consumers and businesses will cut back on spending and investing.
Japan is violating international trade rules by issuing fees on imported DRAM chips made by South Korea's Hynix Semiconductor Inc.
Officials from 12 states oppose new Environmental Protection Agency rules that allow thousands of companies to limit the information they disclose to the public about toxic chemicals.
Numbers decreased for third straight month — the largest streak in nearly four years, according to the Commerce Department.
Colorado Automobile Dealers Association fears industry will suffer if state adopts California's standards, which are tougher than federal levels.
Civil trial claims Toyota Motor Corp. made thousands of Corollas equipped with unsafe seatbelts, possibly contributing to at least one death.
Regulators fined the companies a total of about $724 million for colluding to fix prices of flat glass and other commercial conditions in the European market.
In bankruptcy filing, automaker says it didn't have time to determine if the $106 million sale of two Delphi businesses included supply contracts.
Jose Manuel Barroso says current trade imbalance is 'unsustainable' and adds to anxieties about globalization and economic competition from overseas.
Three former lead paint manufacturers ask judge to strike down proposed plan calling for the cleanup of roughly 240,000 homes in Rhode Island.
Theft of intellectual property is estimated to cost the American economy $250 billion a year in lost sales, jobs and tax revenue, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
President Putin orders creation of a state-run holding company that would oversee production and exports of high-tech industrial products.
Dioxin find at the bottom of Michigan's Saginaw River level is about 20 times higher than any other find recorded in the EPA archives.