Mazda and Fiat are working together on manufacturing a roadster, although the automakers will come up with different, distinctly styled models.
When companies that are only interested in their bottom line take control of something we absolutely need, they essentially control our lives.
Premier Mario Monti on Tuesday inspected the quake-struck region of northern Italy and promised swift government help for stricken businesses, especially small-scale farms and factories.
Virtually every decision we make is a hypothesis about the future, a bet; and we place thousands of internal wagers every single day, large and small.
For the Detroit automaker, the price isn't right when it comes to an ad during next year's Super Bowl.
RG Steel spokeswoman Bette Kovach confirmed reports that potential buyers have expressed interest in acquiring company facilities and all options are on the table.
Yamanishi apologized for a bill-padding scandal in which the company overcharged for space-related projects ordered by the Defense Ministry and other institutions.
While businesses bemoan the cost of regulations, a new study suggests that government enforcement of workplace health and safety rules can save lives without sapping a company's bottom line.
Construction is starting on a new $90 million facility at Alcoa's factory in Lafayette.
Akio Toyoda took the helm at Japan's auto industry group with a promise to keep production and jobs at home to help along the country's recovery from last year's tsunami disaster.
General Motors' Vauxhall plant in northern England will build the company's top-selling Astra vehicles, the automaker said Thursday.
Subaru plans a $75 million expansion of its central Indiana factory in order to increase production of its Outback and Legacy models.
Shares of LSB Industries plunged more than 20 percent after the maker of chemicals and heating and air conditioning equipment said it will close an Arkansas plant after an explosion there.
Restarting a shuttered plant in Jackson County remains a priority for Century Aluminum as it seeks a special electricity rate for the facility.
Nissan celebrated the newest version of the Altima sedan rolling off the line at its Smyrna assembly plant, marking the first of several upgrades to the Japanese automaker's first U.S. facility.
Bill Ford, the automaker's executive chairman, called Poling an "extraordinary leader" who had a "profound impact" on both Ford and those he worked with.
A New York private equity firm plans to buy ThyssenKrupp Waupaca Inc., described by industry experts as the largest independent iron foundry in the world.
Airbus parent company EADS said its first quarter earnings were hammered by a hefty $203M charge to fix problematic wing parts on its flagship A380 superjumbo.
While automation can be very effective, other process problems should be addressed first for an investment in automated systems to pay off.
Machinery maker Toyota Industries Corp. said Tuesday an opening ceremony was held Monday in Vietnam for a plant producing forklift parts.
General Motor's Opel unit will push into new export markets and increase the efficiency of its plants to return to profitability, the head of the Germany-based subsidiary said.
Ghosn said the Japanese automaker remains committed to producing 1 million units per year in Japan despite the strong yen.
The Japanese automaker is expecting a strong recovery but its revival appears to hinge on whether it can implement structural reforms that involve revamping its relations with subcontractors in Japan.
Conveyor manufacturers discuss the ways their systems are getting smarter, and how your maintenance programs can improve because of it.