Manufacturing activity in New York state expanded at a slightly slower pace in March, dragged by weaker shipments and new orders.
The price of oil is on yet another ride down as swelling global supplies overwhelm rising but still relatively weak demand.
Coca-Cola CEO Muhtar Kent was given a pay package worth $18.1 million last year after the world's biggest beverage company failed to meet its own growth targets.
Auto industry experts at Cars.com has released its subjective list of the Top 10 ugly cars from the U.S. market over the past 30 years.
General Motors will make a series of changes to its vehicle warranty and maintenance programs after they failed to generate more interest among car buyers.
After selling only half of projected vehicle sales, Tesla has reported that it will be cutting jobs in China.
A battery recycling plant that violated hazardous waste laws and spewed toxic emissions for decades on the outskirts of Los Angeles will close and spend $50 million to clean the site and surrounding neighborhoods, federal prosecutors announced Thursday.
Kia is recalling nearly 209,000 Soul small SUVs because the gas pedals can bend or break.
Scottish researchers recently developed a system that could enable the discovery of dangerous structural weaknesses using only sound waves.
An explosion at a West Texas oil well killed three workers this week.
Retailer Lumber Liquidators said Thursday that it stands by its products and will pay for the safety testing of laminate floors for customers to help ease concerns.
Leading clothing retailers such as Gap and H7H need to help alleviate labor abuses at factories in Cambodia that manufacture their products, according to New York-based human right organization Human Rights Watch.
Just days after Apple unveiled its new smartwatch and more than a month before it officially goes on sale, reports say consumers can already get a fake one from Chinese vendors.
Candy company Jelly Belly will leave Wisconsin after 14 years and shift its distribution to Tennessee, according to reports.
United Technologies said Wednesday it is weighing options for its Sikorsky Aircraft division, including a possible spinoff of the maker of Black Hawk and other military and commercial helicopters.
Honda is launching an unprecedented U.S. ad campaign urging owners to get vehicles that have been recalled for safety problems repaired.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits fell sharply last week, a sign that strong hiring will likely continue.
Allegations of improper water disposal and lax regulatory oversight have plagued California's oil industry in recent weeks. But unlike New York, the Golden State appears unlikely to ban the practice of drilling for oil using hydraulic fracturing, or fracking.
Another top executive will depart the Coca-Cola Company later this month amid what the company expects will be a "transition year."
Four years ago the state promised to provide $2.9 billion in tax credits to help upgrade Michigan auto plants. Now, while few are saying the deals were a bad idea the sense of celebration is long gone. The bill for the job rescue — and similar ones in other states that used tax credits aggressively — is now coming due and providing a lesson in the downside of such measures.