AirGuide Manufacturing says it will move factory operations to Clarksdale, Miss., investing $720,000 to create 40 full-time jobs.
Johnson & Johnson plans to remove potentially cancer-causing and other dangerous chemicals from nearly all its adult toiletries and cosmetic products worldwide within 3 1/2 years.
An internal Chevron Corp. surveillance video shows a towering vapor cloud engulfing an area of its refinery for two minutes before it ignited into a volatile blaze, federal investigators said Tuesday.
Mercedes-Benz U.S. International Inc. has started sending kits containing all the parts of M-Class sport utility vehicles to three Asian countries where the vehicles will be assembled for sale in those nations.
General Motors is recalling more than 10,000 full-size vans in the U.S. and Canada because the fuel filler pipes can rust, leak, and cause fires.
The Joplin Globe reports that the cleanup at the former EaglePicher plant will begin next year, funded with $6.5M from the company's Chapter 11 bankruptcy settlement in 2005.
A federal appeals court ruled Monday that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency violated the Clean Air Act by rejecting a Texas program for approving air permits.
A manufacturer of custom metal-formed components is expanding operations in Tennessee's Wilson County.
The luxury hybrid carmaker says that Tony Posawatz is CEO effective immediately. Posawatz, 52, spent more than 30 years at GM.
U.S. taxpayers will lose $3.3 billion more on the auto industry bailout than the government predicted two months ago, hurt by General Motors' falling stock price.
Most midsize luxury cars — including the Mercedes-Benz C-Class — performed poorly in a new frontal crash test developed by the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety in the U.S.
U.S. wholesale prices increased in July from June, pulled up by higher costs for cars and light trucks and the biggest increase in corn prices in nearly six years.
The Canadian Auto Workers union and the Detroit big three automakers are gearing up for the latest round of contract talks.
Bankrupt solar company Solyndra has agreed to pay $3.5 million to settle accusations that it failed to properly notify employees they would losing their jobs.
A turkey processing company is set to break ground on a $70 million plant in southeastern Indiana that it says will employ hundreds of people.
General Motors said that it submitted a bid for Ally Financial's international operations, a move that would more than double the assets of its financing arm, but also significantly increase its debt.
The reductions represent about 20 percent of Motorola Mobility's 20,000 employees, and 7 percent of Google's overall work force.
Mercedes-Benz is recalling all-season accessory floor mats sold in model year 2012 and 2013 ML-Class vehicles because they could cause the car's gas pedal to get stuck.
Utah is moving to close a regulatory loophole that let industries exceed pollution limits and escape sanctions by blaming malfunctioning equipment.
Parker Hannifin is selling its automotive air conditioning business to Germany's ContiTech AG.