Friday's the last day of work for nearly all the remaining employees at Whirlpool Corp.'s Fort Smith plant.
Lawson Products Inc. said Thursday that it will eliminate 100 jobs as part of a restructuring and reached a deal with its lender for a new five-year, $40 million credit facility.
Schnitzer Steel Industries Inc. said Thursday that its fiscal third-quarter net income slid 66 percent as it deals with higher costs and lower selling prices in its metals recycling unit .
Company officials announced the plan Thursday, saying it will create another 1,000 jobs at the plant in Canton, north of Jackson.
European plane maker Airbus intends to build its first U.S. plant in Mobile, Alabama, a person with knowledge of the plans told The Associated Press.
The U.S. economy expanded at a 1.9 percent annual rate in the first three months of the year, a weak pace that few economists see changing much this year.
GM's struggling European unit Opel says its board of directors has signed off on a turnaround plan that envisages cost cuts, new models, and efforts to win new export sales.
Porter's Fabrications will spend $2.5M to increase its capacity in the Sumter plant it opened about eight years ago and will add 60 new jobs.
The Nexus Seven is designed specifically for Google Play, the online store that sells movies, music, books, apps and other content . . .
Authorities were contacted Tuesday afternoon about a worker trapped by machinery at the metal processing plant in Parma, Ohio . . .
A federal court concluded that UCC is not liable for any environmental remediation or pollution-related claims made by residents near the Bhopal plant site in India . . .
The newest 380 employees will man a new second shift to produce the refrigerators, and the company is still hiring workers to fill the slots . . .
Factories received more orders in May for long-lasting manufactured goods such as heavy machinery, computers and communications equipment . . .
Sundrop Fuels will use a multi-phase process to convert sustainable forest waste into clean, affordable bio-based "green gasoline" for use . . .
Brazilian aircraft manufacturer Embraer and U.S. company Boeing say they've agreed to share technical knowledge and market assessments on the development of a Brazilian military cargo plane.
A panel studying possible links between a chemical used at a DuPont plant in West Virginia and various diseases needs at least three more months to finish its work.
The Commerce Department said Wednesday that orders for durable goods rose 1.1 percent in May after two months of declines.
MSCI says it removed Caterpillar from indexes that track socially responsible investments, citing concerns about the Israeli military's use of company bulldozers.
U.S. carmaker Ford Motor Co. says it will close its 13-year-old assembly plant in the Philippines at the end of the year.
Pig iron from a blast furnace leaked at JFE Steel Corp.'s West Japan Works steel plant burned around 20 meters of control cable before the fire was extinguished two hours later, company officials said.