With the global solar power market saddled with oversupply from Chinese makers while demand shrinks in Europe amid the region's debt crisis, eyes have turned to India as one of the fastest growing new markets.
The Pennsylvania DEP will hold a public hearing to detail the steps the agency has taken to clean up liquid mercury found at the former industrial plant site.
RG Steel spokeswoman Bette Kovach confirmed reports that potential buyers have expressed interest in acquiring company facilities and all options are on the table.
Yamanishi apologized for a bill-padding scandal in which the company overcharged for space-related projects ordered by the Defense Ministry and other institutions.
The concept: to wean the world from oil and eliminate the biggest hurdles to environmentally friendly electric cars — high cost and limited range.
Germany's biggest industrial union and employers have reached a deal that includes a 4.3 percent wage raise for the sector's 3.6 million workers, both sides said.
For some of them, the choice to take a three-year transfer wasn't much of a choice at all: Anything to stay employed. But the 600-mile commute can get tiring.
Lawmakers are debating if car manufacturers should be required to provide software needed to diagnose car trouble to independent repair shops and vehicle owners.
Debris can get caught between a plate that protects the transmission and the catalytic converter, causing a fire.
Buying Motorola allows Google to expand into manufacturing phones, tablet computers, and other consumer devices for the first time.
While businesses bemoan the cost of regulations, a new study suggests that government enforcement of workplace health and safety rules can save lives without sapping a company's bottom line.
Hewlett-Packard is poised to eliminate as many as 30,000 jobs to compensate for dwindling demand for personal computers, according to recent reports.
The Labor Department says it has reached a $600,000 settlement with adhesives manufacturer Bostik Inc., over workplace safety citations related to a March 2011 explosion.
Steel recycler Nucor Corp. said Friday that it plans to buy a steel distribution unit of ArcelorMittal for $605 million, expanding its reach in the North American construction industry.
Eastman Kodak is planning to add positions in its coating and finishing operations in CO as part of an operations shutdown at the company's headquarters in NY.
The approximately $80 million investment will bring total plant investment to more than $700 million. Approximately 125 new jobs will be created, increasing employment nearly 10 percent to 1,150.
China's government rejected a U.S. antidumping ruling against its solar power equipment makers and Chinese manufacturers warned possible higher tariffs might hurt efforts to promote clean energy.
Shares of Caterpillar Inc. fell Thursday after the maker of heavy equipment reported slower growth in dealer sales.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits was unchanged last week, suggesting modest but steady gains in the job market.
Japan's economy grew an at annual rate of 4.1 percent in the first quarter amid a gradual recovery from last year's catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.