The drive to become the world's top electric motorcycle maker has led Craig Bramscher around the globe.
Officials in Giles County are hoping a new headlight plant to be built by a subsidiary of Italian automaker Fiat will put a dent in the area's jobless rate.
Apple has paid $60 million to settle a dispute in China over ownership of the iPad name, a court announced Monday, removing a potential obstacle to sales of the popular tablet computer in the key Chinese market.
Big manufacturers have more confidence in Japan's economy but remain pessimistic overall, a closely watched quarterly survey by the country's central bank showed Monday.
German automaker BMW AG and Japan's Toyota Motor Corp. agreed to jointly develop a sports car, hydrogen fuel cells and electric car technology.
Schott Solar announced Thursday it would be closing what the company once billed as its North American flagship manufacturing plant, leaving more than 200 employees without jobs.
The U.S. economy is growing too slowly to pull the job market out of a slump, according to the latest data that suggest June has been another weak month for hiring.
Smith & Wesson Holding Corp. said its 4Q net income soared on strong sales, particularly of its polymer pistols and modern sporting rifles, and it gave forecasts that beat expectations.
Alcoa is selling its 351-megawatt Tapoco hydroelectric project to power provider Brookfield Renewable Energy Partners for about $600 million.
Japan's factory output declined 3.1 percent in May from the previous month as the world's third biggest economy grapples with weaker European demand and an uneven recovery from last year's tsunami disaster.
Struggling BlackBerry maker Research In Motion Ltd. said it will delay the launch of new phones deemed critical to the company's survival and revealed its business is crumbling faster than thought.
Abound Solar received a $400M loan guarantee and said Thursday it will file for bankruptcy, the latest setback for an industry battered by the recession and stiff competition from companies in China.
Ford Motor Co.'s shares fell in post-market trading after the company said its second-quarter profit fell due to mounting losses outside North America.
Lockheed Martin machinists ended their 10-week strike Thursday, approving a new labor deal that includes a $2,000 bonus and annual pay increases starting at 3 percent the first year.
Friday's the last day of work for nearly all the remaining employees at Whirlpool Corp.'s Fort Smith plant.
Lawson Products Inc. said Thursday that it will eliminate 100 jobs as part of a restructuring and reached a deal with its lender for a new five-year, $40 million credit facility.
Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. said Thursday that its fiscal third-quarter net income slid 66 percent as it deals with higher costs and lower selling prices in its metals recycling unit .
Company officials announced the plan Thursday, saying it will create another 1,000 jobs at the plant in Canton, north of Jackson.
European plane maker Airbus intends to build its first U.S. plant in Mobile, Alabama, a person with knowledge of the plans told The Associated Press.