Jaguar is breaking into an arena that could greatly affect the industrial sector — virtual reality.
Is fracking contributing to California's drought? Industry experts say it isn't.
Factories in the Philadelphia region got a bit busier in April compared to March.
The creator of powdered alcohol is furiously trying to fend off efforts to ban the product in Maine and across the country before it even hits stores.
Environmental officials in Oregon detected traces of 128 chemicals across all state watersheds, according to a recent report.
A top U.S. Environmental Protection Agency administrator expressed concerns Tuesday about provisions of a chemical regulations overhaul pending in Congress.
Apple expanding its environmental efforts by investing in a new Chinese solar power project and preserving 36,000 acres of "sustainable" timberland in Maine and North Carolina.
The U.S. Forest Service is investigating Nestlé over a report that the company drew water from drought-ravaged California sing a long-expired permit.
A federal judge ruled Wednesday that a 2009 bankruptcy order shields General Motors from billions of dollars in death and injury claims tied to defective ignition switches in older small cars.
Exxon Mobil's top lawyer said Wednesday that the nearly $9 billion initially sought by the state shouldn't be used as a barometer because it was calculated using faulty methodology.
The number of Americans seeking unemployment aid rose for the second straight week yet remained at a low level that is consistent with more hiring.
General Motors is the latest automaker to drop the price of an electric car in the face of slow sales.
Output at U.S. factories rose last month for the first time since November, pushed up by increased auto production.
Toyota announced plans Wednesday to construct a new billion-dollar manufacturing plant in Mexico and alter production at its facilities in Canada.
The simultaneous debut of the Apple Watch in the U.S. and China exemplifies the increasing importance of the world's most populous country to top American retailers, according to consulting firm Tompkins International.
U.S. safety regulators are investigating problems with the air bag sensors in the seats of Subaru Impreza compact cars.
Toyota is building two new auto plants, one in Mexico and the other in China, ending a 3-year hiatus from such ambitions that the Japanese automaker voluntarily imposed on itself after massive recalls.
Federal researchers are taking to the skies over the country's largest shale oilfields in hopes of measuring potential air pollution generated by fracking.
Cycle Gear Inc. is recalling about 155 semi-truck and motorcycle toys because of excessive lead levels.
Ahead of this week's income tax filing deadline, the National Association of Manufacturers and the Manufacturers Alliance for Productivity and Innovation Foundation said the U.S. should exempt its companies' foreign earnings from corporate taxes.