There are plans to test the 200-acre site of the former plant in Macomb County's Shelby Township for trichloroethylene and trichloroethane.
Before it shut down and declared bankruptcy, Avtex Fibers was cited for violating Virginia's environmental laws with wastewater discharges into the Shenandoah River.
A federal judge on Friday denied Apple Inc.'s demands for an immediate victory in a multibillion-dollar patent trial.
Attorney General Linda Kelly said the foreign manufactured material was cheaper than similar American-made items, giving Ryco an unfair competitive advantage.
The bill would have manufacturers that sell cars in Massachusetts provide access to their diagnostic and repair information system through a universal software system that can be accessed by dealers and independent repairs shops.
Counterfeit cables are bulk cables or cable assemblies sold under false pretenses to undercut legitimate manufacturers.
Automotive supplier TRW Automotive Holdings Corp. said Monday that its German subsidiary will pay a fine of $5.1 million to settle antitrust violations with the U.S. Department of Justice.
Two tech titans will square off in court over patents in a closely watched trial over control of the U.S. smartphone and computer tablet markets.
Allegations that China used stolen U.S. technology to develop a modern military attack helicopter were "severe deviations" from the facts, the Chinese Defense Ministry said Thursday.
Senate Republicans on Thursday killed a measure backed by President Barack Obama that would encourage companies to bring overseas jobs back to the United States.
An arbitrator says Ford Motor Co. didn't violate an agreement with the United Auto Workers when it restored some benefits for salaried workers — but not hourly ones — two years ago.
A federal jury in San Francisco has found beleaguered Blackberry maker Research in Motion Ltd. liable for $147.2M in damages for infringing on patents held by Mformation Technologies Inc.
The FAA proposed fining Boeing $13.5 million for failing to meet a deadline to provide airlines with instructions on how to prevent fuel tank explosions.
A bankruptcy judge ruled that environmentalists can proceed with a federal court appeal in a dispute involving water quality monitoring at an RG Steel facility near Baltimore.
Google is poised to pay a $22.5M fine to resolve allegations that it broke a privacy promise by secretly tracking millions of Web surfers who rely on Apple's Safari browser, according to a person familiar with settlement.
Alcoa offered Aluminum Bahrain BSC at least $45M to settle a lawsuit that alleges Alcoa-related firms paid millions in bribes that resulted in the Bahrain-controlled company overpaying for raw materials.
A former chief executive of mattress manufacturer Latex International was sentenced Tuesday to nearly six years in prison for embezzling about $1.7 million in what prosecutors said was a scheme to pay for "an absurdly extravagant lifestyle."
Apple will start selling the iPad in China on July 20 after paying $60M to settle a dispute over the ownership of the tablet computer's name.
A long list of new laws are set to go in effect this week, including one that will allow Kentucky to offer beefed-up tax incentives to encourage automobile manufacturers and parts suppliers to expand production in the state.
Coleman is pleading guilty to wire fraud and tax evasion related to embezzling about $1.7M from the Shelton mattress manufacturer.
China's government said Friday it will "properly handle" a U.S. complaint to the World Trade Organization about its anti-dumping duties on auto imports.
Environmentalists are urging Gov. Pat Quinn to veto a bill that would require manufacturers of plastic bags to set up collection and recycling programs.
The U.S. accused Beijing of unfairly imposing duties on more than $3 billion in exports of American-produced automobiles.
A jury found that Toshiba knowingly participated in a conspiracy to fix the price of LCDs sold in the U.S., contributing to $87M worth of damages suffered by manufacturers and consumers.
Apple has paid $60 million to settle a dispute in China over ownership of the iPad name, a court announced Monday, removing a potential obstacle to sales of the popular tablet computer in the key Chinese market.