Toyota said its cumulative sales of the Etios series surpassed 100,000 units in India, with the relatively low-priced vehicles gaining popularity in the major emerging market.
The number of people seeking unemployment benefits changed little last week, signaling modest job growth.
China's Commerce Ministry issued a ruling that U.S. government support for six renewable energy projects violated free-trade rules, the latest volley in a widening conflict over clean power.
The struggling steelmaker announced idling operations Thursday as it warned employees of "a lot" of layoffs.
The NHTSA said last month it was investigating the 2011 Cruze because of two complaints of fires that engulfed and destroyed the cars.
Pilot Andre Borschberg planned to take the jumbo jet-size Solar Impulse plane on its first leg to Madrid, Spain.
Dow Chemical has been awarded $2.16B in damages by an international arbitration court over for a Kuwaiti joint venture that collapsed four years ago as the global recession took hold.
Chinese solar module maker Trina Solar Ltd. on Wednesday reported a loss for its fiscal first quarter as prices for modules fell.
Nissan said it will manufacture electric vehicles based on its NV200 commercial vehicle at a plant Spain from the business year starting April 2013.
Fitch said Eaton will take on around $5.1B in long-term debt as part of the acquisition, and it will assume $1.4B in outstanding debt held by Cooper.
The first Boeing 787 manufactured at the $750M assembly plant that opened last summer is scheduled to take to the air for a test flight.
In March, Airbus said Beijing was blocking orders by China's state-owned carriers for jets with a total list price of $12B in a challenge to the carbon charges.
Plans are moving forward to transform a more than century-old manufacturing site near the Detroit River into an adventure and discovery center with rock climbing, archery, and other activities.
Suntech Power Holdings Co. lost money in its first quarter as shipments and prices for its solar panels fell.
Ford never stopped using its logo or factories, but posted them as collateral in 2006 in order to get a $23.5 billion loan and avoid bankruptcy.
Mazda and Fiat are working together on manufacturing a roadster, although the automakers will come up with different, distinctly styled models.
State lawmakers are anticipating the day when self-driving vehicles navigate California's roads guided by radar and GPS systems instead of human hands on the steering wheel.
CEO Louis Chenevert of the Hartford-based company told analysts that United Technologies is evaluating the future of UTC Power as it reviews its portfolio.
Honolulu-based commercial solar power company Hoku Corp. says its subsidiary is laying off about 100 employees at an Idaho manufacturing plant.