Two suspects have pleaded not guilty to federal charges that they stole DuPont Co.'s technology and sold it to a company controlled by the Chinese government.
Wholesale businesses increased their stockpiles in January although sales fell for the first time in eight months.
China is blocking orders for at least $12B worth of Airbus jets to protest the European Union's emissions trading fees, in a new challenge to the program aimed at fighting global warming, the planemaker said.
Apple certainly has lots of buzz and corporate cache behind its products, but there's a hidden — almost mundane — reason its newest iPad is likely to dominate the competition: the advantageous deals the company cuts with components manufacturers.
Nissan is back, one year after an earthquake and tsunami in Japan ground auto production to a halt, left giant cracks at a key factory, and killed employees.
House lawmakers on Thursday overwhelmingly passed a package of bills making it easier for small businesses and startups to raise the capital they need to grow and hire new workers.
The U.S. trade deficit surged to the widest imbalance in more than three years in January as imports hit an all-time high, reflecting big demand for foreign-made cars, computers, and food products.
This merger marks the beginning of a more powerful voice for the industry and an unparalleled scope of benefits for AMT’s members.
Marchionne declined to take a salary from Chrysler for 2011 despite leading the automaker to its first profitable year since 1997.
Apple has popularized tablet computers with its iPads. That is hurting PC sales in the U.S. and other industrialized countries.
Toyota Motor Sales USA Inc. said Wednesday that it's recalling nearly 700,000 vehicles because of various problems.
The company challenging Apple's use of the iPad name is threatening "severe measures" against trademark infringements.
A sharp jump in sales of its luxury cars and sport utility vehicles in China helped German automaker BMW AG increase net profit by 51 percent last year.
Slightly more people applied for U.S. unemployment benefits last week. But the overall level stayed low enough to suggest the job market is strengthening.
Automakers are eyeing the booming market for mobile phone applications and now they're reaching for a place on the bandwagon despite safety concerns.
NHTSA says some of the vehicles in question may have rear lower control arms that could break as a result of corrosion and lead to a crash.
The brutal European car market is pushing many automakers to look for partners for new technology and access to fresh markets without reinventing the wheel.
Israel says it is "surprised" by a decision by India's defense ministry to ban a leading Israeli weapons manufacturer from bidding on Indian defense contracts for the next decade.
The EPA has announced a $100,000 grant to help the town of Tonawanda, N.Y. address the health risks posed by the numerous air-polluting facilities in the area.
GE believes that Latin America, not the rest of Asia, will set the pace for growth next year and confirmed its prediction of overall double-digit percentage earnings growth Wednesday in both industrial and capital segments.