Wholesale baking company Hostess Brands Inc., has notified the state it may lay off more than 180 workers in Wisconsin as part of its plan to get out of bankruptcy.
Mitt Romney re-ignited the bailout debate by suggesting he deserves "a lot of credit" for the recent successes of the nation's largest car companies.
U.S. companies in March posted the highest number of job openings in nearly four years, a sign that hiring could strengthen in the coming months after slowing this spring.
The solar energy product maker Energy Conversion Devices Inc. says it's cutting about 300 jobs as it cancels an auction of its solar panel unit.
Mitsubishi Motors Corp. cut operating hours at its Mizushima plant due to sluggish exports, and plans to send some 500 surplus workers to other plants.
Grob Systems in Bluffton plans to add about 130 jobs and The Courier newspaper reports the company is seeking nearly $11 million in state loans for the expansion.
Labor leaders who argue the pipeline would create jobs; the State Department estimates it could result in up to 6,000 new jobs.
Officials representing American Crystal Sugar and its locked-out union workers plan to meet again, but a resolution to the 10-month-long contract dispute appears unlikely.
U.S. worker productivity fell from January through March by the most in a year. Stronger hiring at the start of the year was partly responsible for the drop.
A hybrid armored vehicle maker plans to open a plant and new headquarters in Danville.
Rubberlite Inc. has completed a $5.7 million expansion and is hiring 30 new employees in Huntington, W.Va.
The IG Metall union says some 800 workers at a Daimler AG auto plant in Duesseldorf went on strike in the early hours of Wednesday and others are expected to follow.
American workers manufacture more now than at any time in our history; what we make and how we do it is just different.
Union workers have rejected Caterpillar Inc.'s latest contract offer and walked off the job at Caterpillar's plant in Joliet.
Hyundai Motor Co. plans to hire 877 more workers to add a third shift at its Montgomery, Alabama, assembly plant so it can crank out more Sonata midsize cars and Elantra compacts.
A skilled worker shortage is pervasive despite the high unemployment rate in many developed economies where companies are struggling to fill manufacturing jobs, such as highly trained workers and engineers.
Our process improvement, continuous improvement, Lean, Kaizen, and every other name for our improvement programs can sometimes do more harm than good.
Learjet executives say an expansion at the company's plant in west Wichita could bring at least 450 new jobs to the city.
Sales of Jeep Grand Cherokee and Dodge Durango SUVs are so strong that their factory will stay open through the normal two-week summer shutdown.
Engine maker Briggs & Stratton plans on trimming about 250 jobs at an Alabama manufacturing plant.
Companies have shifted business from space exploration. Lockheed Martin Corp. closed its shuttle tank production line in New Orleans in 2010, ending the jobs of about 1,400 workers.
Officials say the new facility will accommodate Clear Edge's growing demand for their lines of industrial process filtration products.
Pursuing a portfolio of renewable power sources such as solar to satisfy VA's energy appetite through 2035 would create tens of thousands more jobs than relying on either coal or natural gas, a study concludes.
The annual output capacity of the new plant is set at 5,000 vehicles in the first business year and will be expanded, Suzuki said.
The Senate rejected a Republican attempt Tuesday to overturn new regulations designed to give unions quicker representation elections in their effort to organize more workplaces.