A new Army laboratory will develop technology such as fuel cells and hybrid systems for combat vehicles as the Pentagon steps up its push for cleaner and more reliable energy, federal officials said Wednesday.
Employers posted slightly more job openings in February, suggesting that modest hiring gains will continue in coming months.
Officials are levying a $231K fine against a company that operates an IL pasta plant for violations linked to an explosion that injured two workers last October.
Gestamp plans to invest a minimum of $100M at the former South Charleston Stamping and Manufacturing Plant, Gov. Tomblin announced.
The largest U.S. aluminum manufacturer surpassed analyst forecasts for a small loss by selling more aluminum to a wide range of customers.
Nokia Corp. on Wednesday warned that heavy competition will hit first-quarter performance, especially in developing markets.
February U.S. manufacturing technology orders totaled $444.06 million according to AMT - The Association For Manufacturing Technology. This total, as reported by companies participating in the USMTO program, was up 9.3 percent from January and up 35.2 percent when compared with the total of $328.44 million reported for February 2011.
The rally has been fueled by the report of another blow-out quarter, and the announcement that Apple will start putting its $97.6B cash hoard to use by paying a dividend and buying back shares.
A judge has dismissed a personal injury lawsuit that 14 West Virginia families brought against DuPont over a former zinc smelting operation, saying they failed to produce evidence that toxins from the plant made them sick.
Michelin announced plans Tuesday to break ground on a new plant in Anderson County that could create 500 jobs making giant tires for use on heavy equipment in mines, quarries and construction sites.
Ervin has been sentenced to five years in federal prison for embezzling nearly $880,000 from a manufacturing company where she worked as a payroll administrator.
Sony Corp. more than doubled its projected annual loss to $6.4B, its worst red ink ever, due to a massive tax charge.
The value of bankrupt Saab Automobile's assets covers less than a third of its debts and only some preferential creditors will get any money back, the company's trustees said Tuesday.
China returned to a trade surplus in March but growth in exports and imports was weak as U.S. and European economic woes and a Chinese slowdown weighed on consumer demand.
Volkswagen is conducting a national search to fill the most specialized of 1,000 new jobs at its Chattanooga plant.
Major Japanese photovoltaic cell maker Kyocera Corp. said Tuesday it is considering building a 70,000-kilowatt solar power plant in Kagoshima
Nissan will make 80,000 of the new hatchback vehicles annually, forcing the plant to operate around-the-clock.
Defense contractor General Dynamics has been awarded a $7.8M contract for Gatling gun systems that will be produced at its Maine gun manufacturing plant.
Indiana's new right-to-work law should be struck down because it infringes upon unions' free speech rights by depriving them of the dues that fund their political speech, attorneys for a union challenging the law contend.
Faltering Internet icon AOL was able to squeeze out more than $1B from Microsoft for a trove of some 800 patents in an auction, the latest sign of just how valuable such portfolios can be for the world's biggest technology companies.