Oracle Corp.'s stock slipped amid reports that the business software maker is preparing to announce a reorganization that could include the departure of the company's top sales executive in North America.
Australian miner Lynas Corp. said it hopes to fire up a plant in Malaysia to process rare earths now that a parliamentary panel has ruled the project is safe.
A multi-alarm fire has swept through Camden's Magnetic Metals plant.
Microsoft unveiled a new tablet computer, Surface, that attempts to take advantage of one of the few criticisms of Apple's iPad — that it is better for consuming content than creating it.
Top Boeing Co. executives were in Wichita on Monday to celebrate tornado recovery efforts by parts supplier Spirit AeroSystems Holdings.
Air Products & Chemicals Inc. is buying a majority stake in Chilean industrial gas company Indura SA for $884 million.
Shares of solar equipment makers jumped Monday following the approval of subsidies in Japan that could make it one of the most attractive markets in the world.
Shares of steel companies fell Monday as investors worried that demand could fall because of slower economic growth.
Johnson Controls Interior Manufacturing says it will close its Kendallville auto parts plant Aug. 31, costing about 170 workers their jobs.
The twin X-37B vehicles are part of a military program testing robotically controlled reusable spacecraft technologies.
Buckeye Technologies slid 8 percent in Monday trading as the fiber and woven goods maker announced that it is shuttering its Florida plant temporarily to deal with a mechanical failure.
Britain's defense ministry has awarded a $1.7B contract to Rolls-Royce to deliver reactor cores for the UK's nuclear-powered submarine fleet.
Smartphones set to be released this month will learn things when you touch them to pre-programmed "tags."
The government has expanded an investigation into fires that can start in the doors of several Toyota models, adding 600,000 Camrys and other vehicles to the probe.
The embezzlement pushed Applied Plastics Machining to the brink of bankruptcy. But it didn't crumble and die. Instead, the Southeast Portland manufacturer survived thanks to the sweat and perseverance of its owners.
Indiana manufacturers are seeing a slow recovery, adding back about 60 percent of the 100,000 jobs lost during the recession, but many workers are finding their paychecks lighter than they once were.
Honolulu-based commercial solar power company Hoku Corp. says its chief executive officer is resigning and that it is exploring selling subsidiary Hoku solar.
Federal prosecutors say the former vice president of Control Components Inc. has pleaded guilty to bribing a Greek official to obtain contracts.
Audi consolidated second place for most victories at the world's most famous endurance race, five shy of Porsche's record.