The U.S. trade deficit widened slightly in May, reflecting declines in sales of American-made aircraft and machinery as exports continued to suffer from a strong dollar.
Hachigo covered ways he plans to improve Honda's poor company image.
Southeast manufacturing heats up after a lethargic spring June sees 2.7-point increase based on pickups in new orders and production.
The death toll from faulty ignition switches in General Motors' small cars has risen by two to 121.
Oreos are getting a skinny new look, and its maker says the new cookie is a "sophisticated" snack for grown-ups that isn't meant to be twisted or dunked.
The family of a man who was fatally injured while he was working on a seat belt airbag replacement that inflated explosively is suing Boeing Co. and a supplier.
Agricultural use of drones is about to take off after being grounded for years by the lack of federal guidelines. The Federal Aviation Administration has approved more than 50 exemptions for farm-related operations since January.
An electrical fire caused the evacuation of about 300 workers from an Evansville, Indiana plastics factory and halted production for several hours.
Fiat Chrysler will be punished soon for failing to follow the law in 23 recalls involving more than 11 million vehicles, the nation's top auto safety regulator said.
Experts said the project could cost $2 billion or more before it begins operation.
Tesla's second-quarter deliveries surged 52 percent to set a company record exceeding 11,000 vehicles.
General Mills announced that it will begin making its Lucky Charms cereal from the same oat flour that will soon make Cheerios gluten-free.
Dairy prices worldwide are down nearly 40 percent as forecasters predict another year of record milk production in 2015.
A top U.S. auto safety regulator accused Fiat Chrysler of failing to provide timely and accurate recall information to her agency and said that customers also have problems getting accurate information.
The Obama administration's top labor official this week said he opposed legislation that would enable states to intervene in union disputes at the nation's ports.
A recent report projected that the cost of manufacturing in the U.S. will fall below costs in China within the next three years, in large part due to the rise of fracking.
Economic activity in the manufacturing sector expanded in June for the 30th consecutive month, and the overall economy grew for the 73rd consecutive month, say the nation’s supply executives in the latest Manufacturing ISM Report On Business.
Toyota, Nissan and Honda are working together to get more fuel cell vehicles on roads in what they call Japan's big push toward "a hydrogen society."
The U.S. Department of Justice filed a civil lawsuit Wednesday in an effort to block Electrolux's purchase of General Electric's appliance business.