Unionized workers at South Korea's largest automaker resumed a walkout on Wednesday after failing to hammer out a wage deal with management.
High-tech industries could reverse decades of manufacturing job losses if the region increases workforce development and attracts more startup businesses, members of Congress said.
A United Steelworkers official says a strike at Constellium Rolled Products in Ravenswood, W.Va. is a last resort to show that the union wants a fair contract.
Otter Tail Corp. is negotiating to sell its North Dakota-based wind tower manufacturing company for $20 million, leaving the future of nearly 400 workers uncertain.
Union workers rejected an earlier five-year contract proposal in July and had been working under an extension of the old contract, which expired July 15.
Financial markets rallied Friday as an increase in U.S. hiring suggested the world's largest economy is not heading for recession but recovering gradually.
It said the family-run workshop, which made locks, was illegal. The blast happened when sparks from a polishing machine ignited dust in the workshop.
About 700 union workers at Constellium Rolled Products in West Virginia's Jackson County are on strike after contract negotiations broke down.
Japanese electronics maker Sharp Corp. is slashing 5,000 jobs over the next year, or nearly 9 percent of its global workforce, after its quarterly loss ballooned from a year earlier.
A Massachusetts company that makes medical devices says it plans to close a Wisconsin manufacturing plant in the next few years, eliminating 130 jobs.
The aircraft manufacturer told workers they would lose their jobs, only weeks after the firm reached a deal to sell the company's jet business to a company in China.
Ford Motor Co. is hiring 225 workers and adding an assembly line at a Detroit-area plant to make a new hybrid-electric transmission.
The sale of two RG Steel plants in eastern Ohio has workers wondering what happens next.
Police arrested 10 union officials in connection with the labor strife at a car plant of Maruti Suzuki, a news agency reported.
A private survey shows U.S. businesses kept hiring at a modest pace in July, suggesting the job market could be improving after three sluggish months.
The Labor Department said Monday that federal contractors do not have to warn their employees about potential layoffs from across-the-board budget cuts that could begin on Jan. 2.
The expanded work force at Volkswagen's plant in Chattanooga has helped decide a new production schedule that calls for employees to work four 10-hour shifts a week.
A new study predicts that two new businesses in Isle of Wight County will replace most of the 1,100 jobs lost when an International Paper paper mill closed in 2010.
Gov. Robert Bentley has announced that automotive supply company Zero RPM will expand its operations and add almost 50 jobs.
Ice cream production has ended at a Hagerstown plant that supplied Good Humor bars and other frozen goodies for nearly 30 years.
Japanese machinery maker Hitachi won a $7B deal with the British government to build and maintain trains that will connect London with other cities, a project that will create more than 900 jobs.
The Brazilian subsidiary of GM says it temporarily shut down its eight production units amid fears of unspecified action by a local union that warns of imminent mass dismissals.
Cisco Systems is preparing to lay off about 1,300 workers just a few months after the world's largest maker of computer networking equipment warned that growing economic uncertainty is making it tougher to close sales with its customers.
Police said they used pepper spray and scuffled with protesters Monday, when about 150 demonstrators challenged a cordon west of the capital.