Government said it will support Sony, Sharp and other domestic companies in joint development of super-thin TVs based on organic light-emitting diodes.
Fewer people signed up for unemployment benefits last week, but not enough to obscure continuing weakness in the country's labor market.
Trade surplus fell 20 percent as export growth plunged, and analysts said Beijing might try to help struggling exporters by slowing the rise of its currency.
Montana's decades-long relationship with Anheuser-Busch has been beneficial for the company and for barley farmers in the state.
Labor bureau ruled engineer died from working too many hours, the latest decision against overwork in Japan, where acceptance of extended overtime has long been the norm.
Boeing and Northrop Grumman will submit new offers for a disputed $35 billion Air Force tanker contract, and the Pentagon, not the Air Force, will pick a winner by the end of the year.
Lawmakers representing thousands of workers said that Chinese-made imports have been sharply undersold here, threatening domestic manufacturers of off-road tires.
U.S. Agriculture Secretary expressed confidence in the nation's food safety system, but said meat processing will always face challenges because the bacteria that animals carry evolves.
Time is almost up for Poland to make changes to a government rescue package for three ailing shipyards or the European Commission could decide to reject it.
Economic development officials are working to bring more manufacturers and suppliers to the region, which already hosts big names like Tyson Foods and Wal-Mart.
Report says the federal government is at fault for not having standards for safe levels of formaldehyde before Hurricane Katrina victims lived in the trailers.
In a bid to dispel public health fears, top physicians and executives ate American sirloin, telling fellow South Koreans not to worry about getting mad cow disease from eating U.S. beef.
Pharmaceuticals maker has agreed to spend $3.65 million to resolve federal Clean Air Act violations by eliminating ozone-depleting refrigerants at factories in 6 states and Puerto Rico.
Federal Reserve should consider raising short-term interest rates in order to combat ‘unacceptably high’ inflation, Richmond Federal Reserve President Jeffrey Lacker said.
Company suing the Belgian brewer in federal court, seeking to bar its spurned suitor from soliciting support from Anheuser-Busch shareholders.
Nation's opposition party, which refused to take part in the new National Assembly session that was supposed to start in late May, has agreed to rejoin parliament, an official said.
Federal officials said company responded slowly to indications that its products might be tainted with E. coli, though it has voluntarily recalled over 5 million pounds of meat.
U.K. economist said the news added to a fear that Britain was 'perilously close to recession.'
Federal ruling last week indicated the difficulty in successfully suing the industry, and other states could be less inclined to take up a costly court fight with uncertain prospects of victory.
Designed to protect employee benefits, the federal Employee Retirement Income Security Act has been used by employers as a shield against lawsuits.
Initial investigation of the proposed acquisition of Rio Tinto by BHP Billiton revealed concerns about higher prices and reduced choice for European customers.
South Korea's president named new agriculture and welfare ministers Monday because of the mishandling of a much-criticized U.S. beef import deal.
Global mining company said Thursday that U.S. antitrust regulators had granted partial approval for its $170 billion hostile takeover bid for rival Rio Tinto.
President Lee Myung-bak said he would not tolerate illegal, violent protests against U.S. beef imports, but would listen more carefully to public opinion at peaceful rallies.