Orders for manufacturing technology equipment fell again in May according to numbers compiled by the Association for Manufacturing Technology.
A recent study suggests that LED lighting could serve as an alternative to chemical preservatives in preventing foodborne illness.
Four companies in Washington State reached settlements with federal regulators over chemical storage violations, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced this week.
Subaru is recalling 32,400 Impreza compact cars in the U.S. to fix a problem that can stop the front passenger airbag from inflating in a crash.
Manufacturing activity in New York state picked up slightly in July, though remained at a low level, suggesting that factory output remains subdued.
The proposal could provide significant benefits to American businesses, who would be able to enter a huge export market that's been essentially closed off for decades.
A workplace safety group on Monday called for employers to develop policies regarding workers' use of prescription opioid painkillers.
Prices for the producers of goods and services rose modestly in June, a sign that broader inflation is being kept in check. But an outbreak of avian influenza caused the cost of eggs to nearly double, as prices soared at the fastest pace ever recorded.
Volvo will market its high-performance cars under the Polestar name after announcing the acquisition of its fellow Swedish company on Tuesday.
Fiat Chrysler CEO Sergio Marchionne and United Auto Workers President Dennis Williams agree on at least one thing: getting rid of the two-tier wages for hourly workers in the company's U.S. plants.
Ford's European business is seeing stronger demand for its cars and SUVs as the continent's auto market continues to recover.
Local officials in Columbia, Missouri last week took steps to approve to a tax break that would ultimately lead to the elimination of 150 positions at the city's Kraft Heinz plant.
Two explosions have rocked a chemical plant near Marseille Provence Airport in southern France.
An electrical engineer with a doctorate degree from Stanford University has asked U.S. safety regulators to investigate low-speed unintended acceleration in Toyota and Lexus automobiles.
Canadian officials hope that the proposal will facilitate trade.
General Motors will announce Tuesday that it's spending more than $1 billion on a huge expansion of its SUV factory in Arlington, Texas.
Americans cut back their spending at stores and restaurants last month, a sign that they remain cautious despite robust job growth in the past year.
The problem of exploding airbags could be widening beyond Japanese manufacturer Takata Corp.
German scientists developed a new ultra-thin material that could provide another option for replacing silicon in electronic devices.
The new initiative will also work to expand the number of jobs in the solar industry.