Independent watchdog group says the government has quietly scaled back enforcement of federal quality regulations at labs that develop medical devices.
Georgia peanut butter plant at the center of an investigation into a nationwide salmonella outbreak was the only one where samples weren't pulled last year to test for the bacteria.
Generic drugmaker has agreed to shut down several plants in New Jersey until they meet U.S. quality standards for the testing and manufacturing of pharmaceuticals.
Tire manufacturer and American Honda Motor Co. have announced a settlement of a nationwide class-action lawsuit brought by consumers over so-called 'run-flat' tires.
Airplane maker said Thursday it was delaying the delivery of 737 jetliners and planning to inspect some already in service to replace parts that lacked a required anticorrosion coating.
Analyst said Boeing must inspect about 350,000 fasteners on each of the 20-plus 787s under production and possibly replace fasteners incorrectly installed.
Generic drugmaker Caraco Pharmaceutical Laboratories Ltd. said it received a warning letter from the Food and Drug Administration over quality-control issues at its Detroit plant.
U.S. Navy says it will inspect all 636 Hornet fighter jets from Boeing after discovering "fatigue cracks" on more than a dozen aircraft deployed overseas.
Boston Scientific said the Food and Drug Administration has lifted some restrictions imposed more than two years due to quality control problems.
Responding to allegations of worker abuse, an organization of rabbis formed a task force to craft Jewish principles and ethical guidelines for the kosher food industry.
India's largest pharmaceutical maker has retained former New York City mayor Rudy Guiliani to help it resolve a U.S. Food and Drug Administration import ban.
India's largest pharmaceutical company said it will resolve quality issues at two factories that led the FDA to ban the import of more than 30 of its generic drugs.
High-tech shipping label now being used by some in the wine industry aims to warn customers if there's a chance they're getting cooked cabernet.
Campbell Soup Asia Ltd. recalled 330,000 cans of soup in Hong Kong and Macau after fielding complaints that some cans emitted an 'objectionable smell.'
Two New York City businessmen have pleaded guilty in a scheme to distribute more than 500,000 tubes of counterfeit toothpaste imported from China.
Federal regulators have warned General Electric over lax quality control standards at a plant that makes computer software for medical imaging.
Industry average improved to 206 problems per 100 vehicles, from 216 a year ago according to the latest J.D. Power and Associates study.
Government agencies have seized more than $24 million worth of unapproved new drugs from St. Louis-based KV Pharmaceutical Co.
Federal prosecutors allege the Indian generic drugmaker deliberately misled the U.S. government about the quality of its low-cost medicines.
New vehicles sustained heavy paint and body damage from hail the size of ping pong balls at a Volkswagen plant in northern Germany.
Major online auction sites such as eBay say they police their listings, but with millions of new auctions added each day, many buyers unknowingly spend hundreds on shoddy replicas.
Justice Dept. suing diversified manufacturer Honeywell International Inc. for selling material used in bulletproof vests that it alleges the company knew was defective.
Study released Wednesday measures problems in the first 90 days of ownership, surveying 81,500 people who bought or leased vehicles from the 2008 model year.
New regulations call for South Korea to import nearly all cuts of American beef without restrictions on the age of the cattle, a significant easing of previous rules.