Boeing said on Tuesday that it's on track to deliver the first of its new 747s that will haul paying passengers early this year.
A Chinese court on Wednesday began hearing Apple's appeal of a ruling against its right to use the iPad trademark in China, but no decision was announced.
A southern Indiana man has pleaded guilty to murder in the August 2009 shooting of a Pillsbury plant co-worker after allegedly crashing his car through the plant's security gate.
The contract ultimately could be worth nearly $1 billion, depending on future orders.
The steel saw features a semi-automatic cutting cycle using the latest in generation technologies to ensure fast and accurate cutting of steel bar and tubing
An independent report, meanwhile, revealed that the government downplayed the full danger in the days after the March 11 disaster
The report, issued at 10 a.m., pushed the Dow Jones industrial average above 13,000, the highest since May 2008.
After six decades of building the distinctive teardrop-shaped cars, Saab sought bankruptcy protection in December
The Consumer Confidence Index now stands at 70.8, up from 61.5 in January, while analysts had expected a reading of 63.
Businesses slashed spending on machinery and equipment in January after a tax break expired, pushing orders for long-lasting manufacturing goods down.
The state Work Safety Administration says on its website that the blast happened during the production of a high-energy fuel and propellant, guanidine nitrate.
Proview Electronics says it is now seeking to regain worldwide rights to the iPad name and is suing Apple Inc. for alleged fraud and unfair competition.
Three years after the U.S. auto industry nearly collapsed, sales of cars and trucks are surging. Sales could exceed 14 million this year.
More than 500 workers at a former nuclear weapons plant in South Carolina were overpaid by nearly $8 million in stimulus money.
The average finished the day down a sliver, 0.01 percent, and about 19 points shy of the mark.
The closure of the Shell Lubricants site will result in the loss of more than 80 jobs in Roxana
Economists are increasingly confident that some pillars of the U.S. economy will improve this year, but they still remain cautious in their expectations on the overall pace of economic growth.
The transaction supports 500 American jobs across six states
For competitive reasons, product details have been withheld.
After recently opening Mopar facilities in China and the United Arab Emirates, Chrysler today announced the opening of Mopar parts distribution centers in Argentina and Brazil . . .