More natural gas-powered vehicles will hit the market soon, as rising gasoline prices, booming natural gas production and proposed tax credits make them a more attractive option.
Fewer gains in worker output suggests employers must add workers if they want to meet higher demand.
Congress is moving to reaffirm that the government has the right to impose higher tariffs on goods from countries that subsidize their exports to the United States.
Fiat and Chrysler's CEO said that European officials need to provide a "concerted road map" for the auto industry to close idled plants — or risk the failure of European automakers.
Prosecutors filed credit fraud charges against officials with Porsche, alleging they gave false information during a failed takeover attempt.
Chrysler aims to be the first U.S. automaker to produce a factory-built pickup truck that is powered mainly by natural gas.
A Missouri House committee has endorsed several new mandates for state and local government after the planned construction of a sweetener plant failed last year.
A group of expert hackers who attacked corporations around the globe have been arrested after its ringleader secretly began working as an informant for the FBI, authorities announced.
The state is offering $60M and Lowndes County is kicking another $16M for infrastructure improvements to support an operation that will melt gravel into silicon for everything from cosmetics to computer screens.
By the end of 2013, economist predict unemployment will drop to 7.4 percent, down from their earlier estimate of 7.8 percent, according to the AP Economy Survey.
French carmaker PSA Peugeot Citroen announced it is looking to raise $1.3 billion in new capital to fund its tie-up with U.S. giant General Motors.
Philippine officials say rising labor costs in China's southern coast are driving big foreign manufacturers to relocate to the country.
China's importance as a major consumer market is bringing fresh headaches for companies, and even celebrities, seeking to protect and claim brand names.
Small cars were looking more sleek and sporty at the Geneva Auto Show on Tuesday as global automakers struggling to make a profit in Europe tried to entice consumers to look past the continent's economic gloom.
A federal judge ruled that the National Labor Relations Board can require most private businesses to put up posters telling workers they have a legal right to form a union.
Federal prosecutors say Tze Chao is now cooperating with an investigation of a Chinese government-owned firm suspected of buying the information.
Two groups operating primarily out of China smuggled counterfeit items worth more than $300M to the U.S. in a ring that's one of the largest such scams ever uncovered, federal officials said.
Panasonic has finalized an agreement on the sale of its liquid crystal display manufacturing plant to a new display venture to be created by the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan.
U.S. factory orders fell in January by the most in 15 months after businesses sharply reduced orders for machinery and equipment.