Police arrested 10 union officials in connection with the labor strife at a car plant of Maruti Suzuki, a news agency reported.
The bill would have manufacturers that sell cars in Massachusetts provide access to their diagnostic and repair information system through a universal software system that can be accessed by dealers and independent repairs shops.
Since the company left bankruptcy three years ago, its ads haven't boosted sales much.
An attorney for Apple told the jury that bitter rival Samsung faced two options to compete in the booming cellphone market after Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to critical acclaim in 2007: Innovate or copy.
Growth and manufacturing data are mainstays for those monitoring China's economic health. But investors may glean more from electricity consumption and price readings.
A private survey shows U.S. businesses kept hiring at a modest pace in July, suggesting the job market could be improving after three sluggish months.
Ford Motor Co. is suing auto supplier Dana Corp. for allegedly providing faulty vehicle frames.
Harley-Davidson Inc. said Wednesday that its second-quarter net income jumped 30 percent, as demand for its motorcycles continued to grow both at home and abroad.
The National Transportation Safety Board says investigators will dismantle the engine from a Boeing 787 that failed during a taxi test last weekend.
General Motors and the city of Fort Wayne are battling over the disclosure of how much water the automaker uses at its Fort Wayne plant.
Specialty chemicals maker Eastman Chemical Co. is teaming up with Sinopec Yangzi Petrochemical Co. to build a new resin plant in China.
Counterfeit cables are bulk cables or cable assemblies sold under false pretenses to undercut legitimate manufacturers.
The industry is experiencing a growing need for sensors, switches, and devices that monitor the surrounding environment.
A long-term partnership between a global engineering firm and a manufacturing owner leads to insights with facilitating changes to operations, vision, and metrics.
Italian carmaker Fiat reported Tuesday that second-quarter net income plummeted by 92 percent as a slump in European sales offset a profit at its U.S. carmaker Chrysler.