Chrysler Group LLC is considering investing nearly $198 million at an engine plant in Detroit.
Hawker Beechcraft wants to pay eight senior executives more than $5.3 million in bonuses as it tries to emerge from bankruptcy.
Toyota Motor Corp. plans to shift part of its production of luxury Lexus sport utility vehicles from southwestern Japan to a plant in Canada, officials of the Japanese automaker said Tuesday.
General Electric's shift back to its manufacturing roots is paying off.
Positron Corp. will make radioactive medical imaging isotopes at the new plant that will be equipped with a 70-million-electron-volt cyclotron.
A manufacturing problem at a company that makes fuel lines forced Ford to recall thousands of its brand-new Escape small SUVs and tell owners to stop driving them right away.
India's largest carmaker, Maruti Suzuki, said Saturday it will not resume production at a factory hit by rioting during a labor dispute until an investigation is complete into the causes of the violence, which killed one executive and injured dozens of others.
Indiana environmental groups have reached a settlement with ArcelorMittal and state regulators requiring the steelmaker to clean up more than 3 million tons of waste piled up along Lake Michigan.
Aggressively investigating “what if” scenarios for a global supply chain doesn’t just make it less vulnerable to risk.
The former president of a Southeast Texas chemical plant has been charged in a 13-count federal indictment with conspiring to transport hazardous material illegally.
Police have broken up picket lines by strikers who have kept a steel factory outside Athens closed since Oct. 31 last year, detaining seven protesters.
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The International Association of Machinists and Aerospace Workers asked a judge to deny Hawker Beechcraft's request seeking up to 45 days to negotiate only with Superior Aviation Beijing Co., for the sale of the Kansas plane-maker.
General Motor's money-losing Opel subsidiary has named Thomas Sedran as interim CEO while it looks for a permanent replacement for Karl-Friedrich Stracke, who abruptly resigned last week.
Century Aluminum warned its nearly 800-employee Hawesville smelter is at risk as a result of stalled negotiations to achieve concessions in its power costs to help offset sluggish global aluminum prices.
Production has been stalled after a weekend fire did $1.5 million in damage to an oil pipe manufacturing plant in Little Rock.
The Coca-Cola Co. has broken ground on a new distribution facility in Joplin, more than a year after a deadly tornado delayed its original expansion plans.
A Honeywell plant in Illinois that helps make nuclear fuel has been shut down because the Nuclear Regulatory Commission found the facility unable to withstand a seismic event.
The Goodyear tire plant in Fayetteville may shut down for a week in August to reduce its inventory in the slow economy.
Apple Inc. said it is putting its products back on an environmental ratings registry, saying it made a mistake in removing them from the list.
The Great Recession was hard on the industry, and Chinese firms are showing an interest in some of the beleaguered companies.
Known as the "Helicopter King of China," Shenzong Cheng has been quietly building a small empire in aviation manufacturing.