Bus maker says it will close its plant in Lafayette Aug. 30, putting about 350 people out of work.
Company said it will provide emissions technology to a joint venture it runs in Russia to build cleaner engines for the Russian market.
Plane maker has decided to inspect its five flight-test 787 jets before...
( National Academy of Sciences ) Eighty-six of the nation's brightest young engineers have been selected to take part in the National Academy of Engineering's 16th annual US Frontiers of Engineering symposium.
( EUREKA ) A French-led EUREKA smartcard project has scooped this year's Innovation Award, announced in a ceremony in the German capital yesterday evening. Federal Secretary of State for Research Georg Schutte handed over the prize -- a trophy and a media package worth 15,000 euros...
DENSO Robotics announced a DENSO “Dare to Dream” sweepstakes contest that will award $25,000 in cash to the winner, selected randomly from among all eligible entrants.
Company formed by?Micron Technology and Origin Energy of Australia says it plans to start making extremely thin but highly efficient solar cells that will be available next year.
More than $500,000 in federal stimulus money is being used to build at least 64 charging stations for electric vehicles.
Whirlpool plant in Evansville that has been the site of protests over its closure is producing its final refrigerators, and 600 employees will soon be out of work.
Auto parts maker?postponing shareholder vote on controversial plan that would offer its founder nearly $1 billion in stock, cash and other incentives to give up voting control of the company.
Shipping & trading firm will buy 16 Supramax dry bulk vessels for $545 million with hopes of capitalizing on strong demand for commodities in?developing countries.
Company attorneys went to court Thursday to urge Chief U.S. District Judge Wiley Daniel to suppress a report into the fatal fire that broke out in a water tunnel.
The government's worst-case estimates suggested the cap and other equipment were capturing less than half of the oil leaking from the seafloor.
India's Cabinet has approved pushing for the former head of Union Carbide to be extradited over the toxic gas leak in 1984 that killed an estimated 15,000 people.