With European-style handling, luxury looks, surprising refinement and new features for 2013, Ford's compact sport utility vehicle, the Escape, doesn't seem like an Escape anymore.
Nokia says it has filed claims in the United States and Germany alleging that products from HTC Corp., Research in Motion and Viewsonic Corp. infringe a number of its patents.
Hopeful signs about manufacturing sent copper and energy prices higher Tuesday.
Rubberlite Inc. has completed a $5.7 million expansion and is hiring 30 new employees in Huntington, W.Va.
Demand for U.S. manufactured goods dropped by the most in three years in March, driven lower by a sharp fall in volatile orders for commercial aircraft.
A settlement between the federal government and the entity handling leftover business from when General Motors Corp. entered bankruptcy proceedings means $39.2 million will go to the Environmental Protection Agency.
A survey released Wednesday showed manufacturing contracted in April for the sixth straight month, though the rate of deterioration had slowed.
The IG Metall union says some 800 workers at a Daimler AG auto plant in Duesseldorf went on strike in the early hours of Wednesday and others are expected to follow.
Panasonic Corp. is planning to close its Kaizuka plant within fiscal 2012 and shift its lithium ion battery production to Suzhou, sources said.
Diversified manufacturer SPX Corp. said Wednesday that its first-quarter profit tumbled 42 percent, pulled down by hefty charges related to a recent acquisition.
Toyota and Chrysler saw big U.S. sales gains in April, but they came at the expense of General Motors and Ford.
Research In Motion's new chief executive unveiled the BlackBerry 10 operating system running on a prototype device.
The department is using new hire directories to determine if beneficiaries have returned to work, and payment is stopped when a match is found.
U.S. manufacturing grew last month at the fastest pace in 10 months. New orders, production, and a measure of hiring all rose.
The Calgary-based airline announced it will take delivery of up to 45 turboprop planes over the next six years. Until now, the airline has exclusively used Boeing jets in its fleet.
Oil prices rose Tuesday after a strong showing by the U.S. manufacturing sector signaled more demand for energy products.
Union workers have rejected Caterpillar Inc.'s latest contract offer and walked off the job at Caterpillar's plant in Joliet.
Hyundai Motor Co. plans to hire 877 more workers to add a third shift at its Montgomery, Alabama, assembly plant so it can crank out more Sonata midsize cars and Elantra compacts.
Toyota's resurgence is hurting rivals. Honda Motor Co. and General Motors Co. are both expected to report double-digit sales declines in April, according to Kelley Blue Book.