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SPARTANBURG, South Carolina - Ten years ago this week, BMW Manufacturing Corp. broke ground on its Upstate South Carolina facility. Today - the same day that BMW's new Z4 roadster was unveiled at the Paris Auto Show - BMW Manufacturing announced it will invest an additional ...
Spartanburg, South Carolina - BMW Manufacturing Corp. announced today it will recycle methane gas generated at the Palmetto Landfill near Spartanburg to fuel gas turbines at the factory.
CHENNAI, India - David Friedman, MD and President of Ford India and Vinay Piparsania, VP - External Affairs handed over the company's first corporate assessment report titled "Moving Forward" to Selvi Jayalalithaa, the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu.
BOSTON -- The first outside assessment of General Motors Corporation's environmental performance concludes that the automaker has made significant improvements since 1994 in reducing its factory emissions, publishing annual reports on its progress, and engaging non-corporat...
Holiday goodwill comes early to 10 charities when Ford Motor Company donates 16 of its pre-owned F-700 series medium duty van trucks, which will help these organizations meet all of their transportation needs. The truck donation ceremony will take place today at 10 a.m. at F...
Two marine turtle species on the coast of Kuwait are well on their way towards salvation, thanks to a grant from Ford Motor Company.
Mexican President Vincente Fox was among the top dignitaries and industry executives gathered today at the GM de Mexico headquarters in Mexico City to celebrate the over $283 million donation of CAD/CAM/CAE equipment to four Mexican universities by General Motors Corp., UGS,...
General Motors Corp., a global leader and pioneer in corporate disclosure of social and environmental progress, today unveiled an aggressive plan to increase its visibility on its vast array of economic investments, philanthropic activities, environmental achievements and co...
HARTFORD, Conn., April 24, 2001 - United Technologies Corp. (NYSE:UTX) has surpassed the $200 million mark in spending on college and graduate school education for its employees, the company reported today.
United Technologies Corp. and two of its subsidiaries have been honored by the Connecticut Minority Supplier Development Council for outstanding supplier diversity practices.