First Solar Inc. is laying off 2,000 workers and closing its plant in Frankfurt, Germany, in response to waning demand for solar panels and increased competition from China.
The potential shortage of a key component used to make fuel lines and brake lines could force automakers in the U.S. and around the world to close car and truck plants as they run short of parts.
Tornado damage in Kansas' aircraft manufacturing hub could have a ripple effect on the industry, analysts warned.
Moody's Japan K.K. said Tuesday that Toyota Motor Corp.'s profit margins "have come under pressure" as the company has failed to raise prices in overseas markets or reduce costs enough to offset the strong yen.
Oracle began Monday trying to convince a jury that Google's top executives have long known that they stole a key piece of technology to build the Android software that now powers more than more than 300 million smartphones and tablet computers.
Apple stock dropped more than $25 on Monday, its fifth straight day of declines. The losing streak has wiped out about $60 billion of Apple's market value.
Spirit Aerosystems suspended production through at least Tuesday and said it expects near-term delivery disruptions.
Ford Motor Co. will become the first manufacturer in NASCAR history to supply an all-electric car as the pace car.
The recall involves a possible defect in a cooling pump in BMW and Mini cars.
The modest gain industrial employment in Michigan over the past twelve months comes after several years of losses.
The C8 Science Panel said the chemical, used in DuPont plants, is likely connected to testicular and kidney cancers.
The issue at the Supreme Court is whether U.S. copyright protection applies to items that are made abroad, purchased abroad and then resold in the U.S. without the permission of the manufacturer.
American businesses sold a record number of goods and services in Europe, China and other foreign markets in February.
Hostess is making a final offer to workers to accept cost-cutting before it asks a bankruptcy court to impose the cuts.
The operation will emit 25 percent less carbon dioxide, compared with conventional cultivation using gas to heat vinyl greenhouses, and cut production costs by 7 percent.
The two categories combined made up 3.64 percent of total U.S. sales, their highest monthly market share ever.
U.S. safety regulators conducted an eight-month investigation of transmission control problems with BMW 7-Series luxury cars.
The solar panel maker had said in November that it intended to cut costs by up to 10 percent in the next year as the solar industry deals with stagnating prices and demand.
Accidents in which drivers mistakenly hit the gas instead of the brake tend to involve older female drivers in parking lots, a new government study has found.