PPG Industries says it's buying an Indiana-based manufacturer of specialty powder and liquid coatings.
In the next 20 years, global airlines will need 38,050 new airplanes, jet manufacturer Boeing said in its annual market forecast. That's up 3.5 percent from last year's projection.
Blue Bell Creameries believes the listeria found at its Oklahoma facility is likely linked to a non-sanitary room, though the company has not been able to pinpoint a single source for the contamination at its Texas plant, according to a report.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment benefits rose slightly last week, yet remained at a historically low level that points to a healthy job market.
The top labor negotiators for two of Detroit's "Big Three" automakers departed in recent days in what could be a harbinger of difficult contract talks this summer.
Acura is recalling two models of SUVs because their automatic emergency braking systems can mistakenly slow the car, increasing the risk of a collision.
A new analysis found a decline in the number of reported foodborne illness outbreaks in recent years, and that of those reported to federal health officials, a smaller share was ultimately resolved.
One of the recent product offerings from PepsiCo got its start on a 3D printer, a result of the soft drink giant's increased emphasis on research and development.
Federal prosecutors could bring wire fraud charges against General Motors over the automaker's problems with ignition switches.
A federal appeals court has struck down pollution rules intended to reduce haze from coal that is burned in Montana to provide electricity for people in the Pacific Northwest.
Vehicle sales in the U.S. have been really driven by pickups and SUVs over the past year, in turn, raising profits.
A Ford Motor Co. executive says the automaker's Chicago assembly plant will stop production of the Lincoln MKS full-sized sedan next year.
"The Model X will be a better SUV than the Model S is a sedan,” said Telsa Motors CEO Elon Musk on Tuesday during the California Company’s annual shareholder meeting.
A Louisiana woman who may be the seventh person killed by a defective Takata air bag received a recall notice two days after the crash that caused her death, according to a lawsuit filed by her family.
General Electric will sell its private equity business in a deal valued at about $12 billion as it refocuses on its core businesses and exits a banking sector now under stricter oversight.
Organized labor's fierce opposition to President Barack Obama's trade agenda threatens to split the political left and deal a new blow to unions if the president prevails in a House vote that could come this week.
A recently released survey of large multinational corporations showed that company officials are placing a greater emphasis on workplace safety, according to safety science company UL.
A new study by California researchers outlines a pathway for all 50 states to run entirely on renewable energy by 2050.
A federal judge ordered a Texas company to pay $663 million in damages for failing to tell the government about design changes to highway guardrails that critics say made the systems more dangerous.
Johnson Controls says it is looking at options for the separation of its automotive business.