China's top leaders warned Tuesday that economic growth could slow further and called for more efforts to boost weak domestic demand.
Apple's competition has found a formula that works: thinner phones with bigger screens.
A Japanese paper company whose factory in eastern China was targeted last weekend by protesters concerned about pollution resumed production Tuesday.
The U.S. Commerce Department has granted a request from Whirlpool Inc. to impose tariffs on washing machines imported from South Korea and Mexico.
The Labor Department said Monday that federal contractors do not have to warn their employees about potential layoffs from across-the-board budget cuts that could begin on Jan. 2.
More than 2,300 Alabama businesses are using special electric rates that a state regulatory board approved last year to encourage an economic recovery.
Jolly said it is not "the business of the federal courts generally to clean up the language and conduct of construction sites."
The expanded work force at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga has helped decide a new production schedule that calls for employees to work four 10-hour shifts a week.
Automotive supplier TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. said Monday that its German subsidiary will pay a fine of $5.1 million to settle antitrust violations with the U.S. Department of Justice.
United States Steel Corp. said Tuesday its second-quarter net income fell by more than half as slower global economic growth hurt demand in a number of its core markets.
Heineman and officials from two Nebraska companies said Monday that several agreements between Chinese companies and Nebraska ones have already been signed.
Unlike other U.S.-based automakers, Chrysler is benefiting from its reliance on the United States car market.
The government's top auto safety official is denying a U.S. senator's claim that his agency failed to thoroughly investigate unintended acceleration problems in Toyota cars and trucks.
Deteriorating financial conditions in Europe are weighing down companies' profits. And hope of salvation from other regions — such as China, Brazil and the United States — is starting to dim as those economies weaken.
GM's announcement comes following several major changes to the company's advertising approach and just ahead of its second-quarter earnings report on Thursday.
A new study predicts that two new businesses in Isle of Wight County will replace most of the 1,100 jobs lost when an International Paper paper mill closed in 2010.
Boeing Co. says federal regulators are investigating after one of its 787 jets had an engine issue that sparked a fire in South Carolina, but the company remains confident in its safety.
The government is threatening to suspend auto industry tax breaks in a bid to persuade car makers not to lay off workers, Brazil's largest newspaper said Friday.
The machinists union for Hawker Beechcraft is trying to block the proposed sale of the struggling aircraft manufacturer to a Chinese company, contending it would give China access to technology it doesn't yet possess.
The bondholder trustee for a failed artificial sweetener facility that was supposed to have brought more than 600 jobs in central Missouri said it will auction off assets this fall because it could not find a buyer for the plant.