Ford never stopped using its logo or factories, but posted them as collateral in 2006 in order to get a $23.5 billion loan and avoid bankruptcy.
Shares of electric car maker Tesla Motors Inc. got a jolt Tuesday after the company announced that it would deliver its first lower-priced model in June.
The Japanese automaker is using the southern Chinese financial center to grab a bigger piece of the world's top car market.
Toyota Motor Corp. said Tuesday its global cumulative sales of hybrid electric-gasoline vehicles have topped 4 million units since its first model debuted in 1997.
Australian investments in Malaysia's manufacturing sector totaled $773M at the end of last year, sharply lower than $4.3B worth of Malaysian investments in Australia, officials said.
With the global solar power market saddled with oversupply from Chinese makers while demand shrinks in Europe amid the region's debt crisis, eyes have turned to India as one of the fastest growing new markets.
The average three-year effective tax rate through December 31, 2011 of industrial product companies was 26.3 percent, a 0.7 percent increase over the ETR in the prior year, according to a new study.
Shares of Caterpillar Inc. fell Thursday after the maker of heavy equipment reported slower growth in dealer sales.
The number of people seeking U.S. unemployment benefits was unchanged last week, suggesting modest but steady gains in the job market.
Japan's economy grew an at annual rate of 4.1 percent in the first quarter amid a gradual recovery from last year's catastrophic earthquake and tsunami.
U.S. financial executives are much more optimistic about the national economy than they were last fall, but remain cautious about the global economy, according to a recent survey.
U.S. manufacturing, one of the strongest areas of the economy since the recession ended nearly three years ago, rebounded in April after a March lull.
Ford Motor Co. said its new C-Max hybrid small minivan will have a base price that's $500 less than Toyota's Prius V wagon when it goes on sale this fall.
Berkshire Hathaway Inc. took a new 10-million share stake in General Motors Co. in the first quarter. Fueled by U.S. vehicle sales, GM posted first-quarter net income of $1 billion.
U.S. factory output increased in April, helped by a gain in auto production. Busier factories have driven stronger hiring this year and helped the economy grow.
March U.S. manufacturing technology orders were up 11.3 percent from February but down 1.4 percent when compared to March 2011.
U.S. companies restocked more slowly in March, continuing a trend that has weighed on growth this year.
Battery maker A123 Systems said its 1Q was pulled down by hefty costs related to its ongoing replacement of potentially defective batteries and the shutdown of the plant that made them.
LightSquared Inc., which hoped to create an independent wireless broadband network in the U.S., filed for bankruptcy protection on Monday.
Americans are starting to see some relief from higher gas prices, a change that could revive the economy in the months ahead.
European markets bounced back from early losses on news that the 17-country eurozone has narrowly dodged recession, thanks mainly to strong growth in Germany.
China's economic growth has decelerated from overheated to slower than Beijing wanted in just half a year as export demand and consumer spending at home weaken.
Deal value and mega deal activity increased in the industrial manufacturing, metals and transportation and logistics sectors.
Diesel engine maker China Yuchai International Ltd. said Monday its first-quarter profit fell 27 percent, pulled down by lower demand from commercial vehicle makers.