Nearly 50 cars, many of them from Ford's flathead era, and well over 1,000 signs are up for auction this weekend in Hampton, N.H.
Fuji Heavy Industries is considering building a new plant in the U.S. after facing difficulty launching production in China, sources said.
Woodford sued in a British court, accusing Olympus of unlawful firing and discrimination in not treating him the same way as a Japanese executive.
A federal agency is investigating a report of weapons missing from a gun manufacturer in Mecklenburg County.
Lawyers for U.S. automobile dealers said they've filed a lawsuit accusing an Indian truck manufacturer and its American counterpart of fraud, misrepresentation, and conspiracy.
The first Mississippi-produced 2013 Nissan Altima rolled off the assembly line in Canton on Wednesday.
Mitsubishi Heavy Industries said it will drastically cut back on domestic forklift production and transfer part of the operation abroad in a bid to address the yen's sharp appreciation.
El Dorado Chemical says it will soon resume operations after last month's explosion at its plant in south Arkansas.
The South Korean company said in a statement that it will "demonstrate to the court that the Galaxy S III is innovative and distinctive."
MXI Environmental Services recycles beverages, pharmaceuticals, and cosmetics into ethanol fuel. The process produces an odor that continues to draw complaints.
An early 200-point charge turned the Dow Jones industrial average positive for the year following a dismal stretch in May.
The Honda Fit electric car has received the highest fuel efficiency rating ever from the Environmental Protection Agency, the company said.
Auto parts and building equipment maker Johnson Controls plans on building a $200M automotive battery plant in China as it looks to get a better foothold in the growing market.
The changes will reflect the company's new capabilities and broader global reach following its purchase of a majority stake in Germany's W.E.T. Automotive Systems AG, Amerigon said.
Gov. Steve Beshear's office says the announcement Tuesday will allow T.RAD North America Inc. to keep its existing workforce of 410 employees.
Companies that are more thinly staffed than in the past may well be "looking for someone who can come in and do the job," without needing a lot of training or supervision, said John Challenger.
A former company executive was sentenced to three years in prison, suspended for five years, over insider trading in shares of a precision equipment manufacturer.
Solar Impulse is a single-seat aircraft fitted with 12,000 solar cells across a wingspan similar to that of a large commercial jet airliner.
Defending his proposed $1.7 billion tax break for a planned petrochemical refinery in western Pennsylvania, Gov. Tom Corbett said Tuesday the facility would be a major step toward rebuilding the state's manufacturing sector.