The engine that powers General Motors is running rough. And if the company doesn't tune it up soon, GM's comeback from bankruptcy is in danger of stalling.
Attorney General Linda Kelly said the foreign manufactured material was cheaper than similar American-made items, giving Ryco an unfair competitive advantage.
China Southern Airlines says a subsidiary is buying 40 Boeing 737s worth $3.4 billion as part of its strategy to expand international routes.
Japanese electronics maker Sharp Corp. is slashing 5,000 jobs over the next year, or nearly 9 percent of its global workforce, after its quarterly loss ballooned from a year earlier.
A Massachusetts company that makes medical devices says it plans to close a Wisconsin manufacturing plant in the next few years, eliminating 130 jobs.
Toyota Motor Corp. said it's recalling RAV4 SUVs and Lexus HS 250h sedans in the U.S. to fix a suspension problem that could cause crashes.
Frito-Lay officials are determining how much damage was caused by a fire at the company's plant in south Topeka.
The aircraft manufacturer told workers they would lose their jobs, only weeks after the firm reached a deal to sell the company's jet business to a company in China.
Ford Motor Co. is hiring 225 workers and adding an assembly line at a Detroit-area plant to make a new hybrid-electric transmission.
The sale of two RG Steel plants in eastern Ohio has workers wondering what happens next.
The company, which was spun off last year from Fiat's car business, said net profit was $270M, up from last year, with the sales of agriculture equipment offsetting weaker truck and powertrain results.
U.S. manufacturing shrank for the second straight month in July, further evidence of an economy growing at a sluggish pace.
General Motors and Ford lost ground to Japanese automakers last month as their rivals made a strong comeback from last year's earthquake.
Police arrested 10 union officials in connection with the labor strife at a car plant of Maruti Suzuki, a news agency reported.
The bill would have manufacturers that sell cars in Massachusetts provide access to their diagnostic and repair information system through a universal software system that can be accessed by dealers and independent repairs shops.
Since the company left bankruptcy three years ago, its ads haven't boosted sales much.
An attorney for Apple told the jury that bitter rival Samsung faced two options to compete in the booming cellphone market after Steve Jobs introduced the iPhone to critical acclaim in 2007: Innovate or copy.
A private survey shows U.S. businesses kept hiring at a modest pace in July, suggesting the job market could be improving after three sluggish months.
Ford Motor Co. is suing auto supplier Dana Corp. for allegedly providing faulty vehicle frames.