Economic officials have delayed action on a request by Deere & Co. to repay 25 percent of $7.1 million in tax credits for a $44 million expansion in Davenport.
Environmental Protection Agency said it is investigating environmental and other alleged federal crimes at TreatCo, one of the nation's largest suppliers of natural dog treats.
In a monthly report, the Economy Ministry indicated that German exports continued to fall in the January-March quarter.
Trade deficit in the 16 countries that share the euro currency narrowed to $2.6 billion in February, according to the European Union's statistics agency.
Union placed concession talks with GM on the back burner as it tries to reach a deal with Chrysler before an April 30 government deadline.
Chrysler must slash labor costs to a level competitive with non-unionized plants, and must go beyond concessions met in a recent GM Canada deal, says federal Industry Minister.
Worst might be over for China's economy even as growth in the first quarter slumped to its lowest rate in more than a decade.
Industry Minister says the $145 million program aimed at helping Canada’s beleaguered auto sector will jump start development of higher tech, more environmentally friendly cars.
Indian government approved the sale of fraud-tainted Satyam Computer Services Ltd. to Tech Mahindra on Thursday.
Airbus and other European aerospace companies called on European Union governments to boost funding for new aircraft in order to keep pace with U.S. rivals like Boeing.
Once the infrastructure to support it is in place, the government plans to offer cash incentives to encourage motorists to switch to electric cars, officials said Thursday.
Initial claims dropped a seasonally adjusted 610,000 from a revised 663,000 the previous week -- significantly below analysts' expectations of 655,000 and the lowest level since January.
Company has been awarded $2.4 million in federal stimulus money to develop and test fuel-cell technology.
Administration declined to cite China for manipulating its currency, going against expectations it would take a tougher line in dealing with China than the Bush administration.
President Barack Obama's economic recovery plan will be good for Michigan even as it pushes the federal government further into debt, Gov. Jennifer Granholm said.
Federal Reserve’s latest survey of business conditions nationwide found faint signs the steep plunge in economic activity that began last fall is starting to level off.
Industrial production in February for the Eurozone fell 18.4 percent, while the entire European Union posted a drop of 17.5 percent -- the steepest decline since 1986.
President Obama's campaign pledge to put 1 million plug-in hybrid cars on the road by 2015 is fraught with difficulties, including technical and engineering hurdles.
Consumer prices edged down 0.1 percent last month; it was a better performance than the 0.1 percent rise in the Consumer Price Index that economists had expected.
Company wants to repay Iowa 25 percent of $7.1 million in tax credits for a $44 million expansion in Davenport, saying it isn’t sure it will retain the manufacturing jobs required.
Beijing will send a delegation to the United States to discuss charges that its steelmakers are dumping steel pipes on the American market, a Commerce Ministry spokesman said.
Statistics Canada reports sales of new motor vehicles fell 2.2 percent to 115,187 units in February, but preliminary data shows sales rose six percent in March.
Progress report says the auto industry never again will be the major engine of prosperity in Michigan, and that even new manufacturing won't provide high-paid jobs.
Government is suggesting Japanese manufacturers seek growth by stepping up efforts to develop low-priced products targeting middle-income consumers in emerging economies.