The world's fifth largest solar module maker plans to build a plant in Japan as early as fiscal 2013 to become the first foreign manufacturer to produce solar panels in the country, company sources said.
The factory will be located on the outskirts of the city of Chennai, Tamil Nadu state, with operations scheduled to commence in 2014 and annual production targeted at 1.8 million units by 2018.
A one-time chicken farmer, Shelby was credited with injecting testosterone into Ford's Mustang and Chrysler's Viper.
A tractor plant in Fargo is requesting a five-year tax break on an addition that owners say will add 48 jobs with an annual payroll of more than $3 million.
Shares of Harley-Davidson tumbled Friday on concerns of a possible slowdown in demand for high-end motorcycles.
Nissan Motor Co.'s January-March profit more than doubled to $941M as the Japanese automaker achieved record sales despite production disruptions from last year's tsunami.
Will Americans buy a Chinese smartphone? We're about to find out, as Huawei, one of the world's biggest phone makers, is planning a big push into U.S. cellphone stores.
The chemical industry needs guidance in choosing alternative processing methods to reduce or eliminate hazards, a national panel said in a report released Friday.
China is viewing the low-cost export manufacturing that has transformed it in the past few decades as one that must change to a growth model based more on domestic demand.
A big decline in gas and energy costs drove a measure of U.S. wholesale prices lower in April. Outside that drop, prices barely rose.
Electronics manufacturers, phone companies, banks, and credit card issuers expect cellphones to be the main way consumers pay for purchases in the not-so-distant future.
Dismal data from China and India on Friday may signal a further weakening of the global recovery, undermining hopes the dynamic emerging economies of Asia can help prop up growth.
Rare Element Resources promises high-wage jobs and economic vitality to an area where 40 percent of the population is age 50 or older.
A bill that would delay efforts to end a program at Oklahoma City's Boeing plant to upgrade C-130 cockpits was approved by the U.S. House Armed Services Committee.
Sony racked up a record annual loss of $5.7B in its fourth year of red ink as the once-glorious maker of the Walkman struggles toward a turnaround under a new president.
Caterpillar is selling a majority stake in a logistics division for about $750 million to better focus on its core businesses.
A rise in consumer goods lifted imports to a record level, outpacing a solid gain in U.S. exports.
Shareholders expressed confidence in Ford's management, with more than 96 percent of the nonbinding say-on-pay vote supporting the company's executive compensation.
The world's biggest steel maker posted a sharp drop in 1Q net profit, announcing earnings of $11M compared with $1.069B for the same period a year ago.
Obama says people remember that Romney's stance was that Detroit should have been allowed to go through bankruptcy without taxpayer help.