Chrysler is recalling nearly 1,700 Dodge Durango SUVs because the rear side air bags may not work in a crash.
General Motors' Opel subsidiary says it's in talks with unions to reduce work hours at two major plants in Germany as it struggles with a drop in demand for its vehicles.
A federal bankruptcy judge in Delaware has approved the sale of assets of steelmaker RG Steel in Ohio and Maryland.
Ball Corp. plans to end production at its metal beverage packaging plants in Columbus, Ohio, and Gainesville, Fla., by the end of the year, affecting about 235 employees.
The U.S. Air Force says an unmanned experimental aircraft suffered a control failure during an attempt to fly at six times the speed of sound.
The number of U.S. car dealerships is rising again after hundreds of closures during the recession. It's another sign of strength for the car industry.
The Galaxy Note shows that the pressure is building on the iPad, and Apple will have to work if it wants to maintain its lead.
Facing a collapse in export growth and weak consumer spending, Beijing is avoiding an aggressive stimulus and sticking to a gradual strategy of small interest rate cuts and modest spending increases.
The effects of a slowing global economy caught up to Deere & Co. in its fiscal third quarter, as its net income rose 11 percent but fell well short of Wall Street's expectations.
Two Johnstown-area defense contractors plan to expand plants due to new military contracts worth more than $55 million.
An Austrian auto parts supplier plans to build a $62 million manufacturing plant in Georgia's Bartow County, creating an estimated 220 jobs.
U.S. factories made more cars, computers, and airplanes last month, a hopeful sign that manufacturing is recovering after a weak spring.
An Australian importer recalled 23,000 Chinese-made cars after asbestos was found inside engine and exhaust gaskets, the nation's consumer watchdog said.
The Air Force planned a key test Tuesday of an experimental aircraft designed to fly at six times the speed of sound, or about 3,600 mph.