Americans' after-tax income adjusted for inflation actually fell in January, which led to a fourth straight month of weak consumer spending.
Chrysler's February sales rose 40 percent from a year earlier as it sold nearly 134,000 new cars and trucks.
China's manufacturing gained momentum in February, helped by strength in new orders, export demand and production, a government survey showed, though inflation pressures remain a concern.
A startup company that planned to manufacture hybrid delivery vehicles is ceasing operations, blaming "onerous" federal requirements executives say thwarted their efforts to secure a $450 million loan.
General Motors and France's PSA Peugeot Citroen, both struggling in Europe, unveiled the details of a strategic alliance that will see the U.S. auto giant take a small stake in Europe's No. 2 carmaker.
Prosecutors say Levick concealed the fact that the goods were intended for shipment to Iran and duped manufacturers, shippers, and distributors about their intended use.
Apple's market capitalization topped $500 billion Wednesday, climbing to a mountain peak where few companies have ventured — and none have stayed for long.
Steel King Industries Inc. is pleased to announce our Excalibur Dealer Awards for 2011.
Consumer Reports named Subaru as its top all-around automaker, thanks largely to trio of newly redesigned vehicles.
A surprising quarterly loss from the nation's largest solar equipment manufacturer rattled the entire sector, sending shares of every major company downward.
Japan's factory production has risen for a second straight month, boosted by car and camera manufacturing.
The company is hoping to keep milking revenue from a PC market that appears to be past its prime.
Taiwan's government said it would push for the consolidation of the island's memory chip makers with Elpida Memory, days after the Japanese chipmaker filed for bankruptcy.
High interest rates, rising production costs, and corruption scandals have all taken a toll on Asia's third-largest economy.
General Motors is likely to spend more than $500 million on employee bonuses and profit-sharing based on the company's performance last year.
Japan may cancel its multibillion-dollar plans to buy dozens of F-35 stealth fighter jets from the U.S. if prices continue to rise or delays threaten the delivery date, its defense minister said.
Rules aimed at helping drivers avoid unintentionally backing over children are being delayed again following complaints from automakers that requiring rearview video cameras systems on new autos would be too expensive.
Boeing said on Tuesday that it's on track to deliver the first of its new 747s that will haul paying passengers early this year.
A Chinese court on Wednesday began hearing Apple's appeal of a ruling against its right to use the iPad trademark in China, but no decision was announced.
A southern Indiana man has pleaded guilty to murder in the August 2009 shooting of a Pillsbury plant co-worker after allegedly crashing his car through the plant's security gate.