The transaction supports 500 American jobs across six states
For competitive reasons, product details have been withheld.
After recently opening Mopar facilities in China and the United Arab Emirates, Chrysler today announced the opening of Mopar parts distribution centers in Argentina and Brazil . . .
Ernst protected Honda Manufacturing of Alabama, playing an integral part in its development and growth since the facility was announced in 1999
The city of Canton's lawsuit against Nissan North American for the right to annex the nearby vehicle production plant is scheduled for trial in August.
Economists are increasingly confident that some pillars of the U.S. economy will improve this year, but they still remain cautious in their expectations on the overall pace of economic growth.
The changes at Olympus, embroiled in controversy because of a cover-up of massive losses from the 1990s, will become final at the April 20 shareholders' meeting.
They are at odds over what caused a spate of lead poisoning cases, and Shanghai has prohibited the U.S. battery maker from resuming lead processing at its automotive battery plant in the city's outskirts.
Fuller Brush cited assets and debts of $10 million to $50 million as the 106-year-old company and its parent firm, CPAC Inc., both filed for Chapter 11 last week.
The automaker is recalling certain Nissan Juke small crossover SUVs, Infiniti QX large SUVs and Infiniti M sedans from the 2011 and 2012 model years.
United Continental says it's looking for compensation from Boeing for its late 787 deliveries.
Enterprise Rent-A-Car now says it will support legislation to increase federal oversight of how car rental firms manage safety recalls for vehicles in their fleets.
Apple CEO Tim Cook says he believes the world's most valuable company has more money than it needs.
Mazda stock dived nearly 7 percent after the struggling car maker said it will raise about $2B from selling new shares to invest in assembly plants and developing new vehicle technologies.
Steelworkers have approved a five-year contract that clears the way for a $225 million plant addition, Ohio's latest manufacturing payoff from expanded shale energy development.
Huntington Ingalls Industries says its shipbuilding division has received a $70M contract modification from the U.S. Navy for LPD 27, the 11th amphibious transport dock of the USS San Antonio class.
The companies are feuding over whether Proview sold the mainland Chinese rights to the iPad trademark to Apple in a 2009 deal.
Serious Energy said it will close a window factory that became a symbol of the plight of American workers more than three years ago when employees briefly occupied the building.
The college gains are making it easier for older Americans to work later in life because they are more likely than their parents' generation to hold higher-skilled jobs, which are seen as harder to replace.