Michael Picker, the governor's senior adviser on renewable energy facilities, said he's optimistic the Blythe project will eventually be completed.
Facebook is stepping up its patent dispute with Yahoo by filing its own lawsuit against the struggling Internet icon.
The Daily Herald said some workers previously worked as UAW team leaders when the Chevrolet Traverse completed its build out in November 2009, then was idled.
Hawker Beechcraft Inc. has told federal regulators it expects to record losses of nearly $482 million for 2011 when it files its annual report later this month.
Automotive parts maker Tokai Rubber Industries Ltd. said the plant will produce anti-vibration rubber for engines and begin mass production in November 2013.
The recovery in the American auto industry has moved into the fast lane.
Glock Inc.'s former executive was convicted of stealing millions of dollars from the gun maker, but his still firing parting shots against the prosecutors who tried him.
Federal authorities say a Japanese auto parts supplier will pay $2.75 million for its role in a price-fixing conspiracy.
The Impala and other big cars could have a tough time competing against midsize cars, which offer many of the same features and amenities.
Apple has filed plans with the N.C. Utilities Commission to build what is being touted as the nation's largest private fuel cell energy project, a silent power plant that will generate electricity from hydrogen.
Submarine manufacturer Electric Boat in Connecticut has won U.S. Navy contracts worth $25 million for maintenance on nuclear submarines.
Terrafugia has been working on flying cars since 2006, and has already pushed back the launch once.
Both newcomers and veteran Ford workers alike are going through training on what Ford calls the most modern tools in the auto industry.
A Honeywell subsidiary will spend $20 million to expand a production plant in Alabama so that it can aid workers trying to clean up after the nuclear disaster in Japan.
Boeing will create a research and technology center in Brazil to develop aerospace technologies.
Mitsui Engineering & Shipbuilding Co. said Tuesday it has won an order for a butadiene plant with annual production capacity of 100,000 tons from Petrochemical Corp. of Singapore.
Toyota Motor Sales (TMS), U.S.A., Inc., today reported its best March results since 2008 with sales of 203,282 units, an increase of 11.2 percent compared to March 2011 on a daily selling rate (DSR) basis.
The impasse between American Crystal and the roughly 1,300 union workers it locked out of its sugar beet processing factories in North Dakota, Minnesota and Iowa on Aug. 1 shows no signs of ending soon.
The U.S. auto industry looks set to ride the appeal of smaller cars to its best monthly performance in almost four years.
The European Union's competition watchdog opened two investigations into whether Motorola Mobility, which is being bought by Google, is unfairly restricting competitors from accessing essential patents.