Analysts said Keith E. Wandell is expected to bring the international sales and manufacturing experience the company needs, as it tries to reach a new audience.
Manufacturer of power supply equipment for renewable energy and information technology companies named Yuval Wasserman chief operating officer.
British-based sugar and sweeteners company Tate & Lyle revealed that a U.S. court ruled against its bid to ban imports of certain Chinese sweeteners to the United States.
China was related to 69.4 percent of cases of trademark violations of Japanese companies' products in fiscal 2007, according to a survey released by the Japan Patent Office.
Public unraveling of a $7 billion takeover by IBM is an embarrassment for Sun, which has been dogged by billions in losses since the dot-com bubble burst in 2001.
Helicopter manufacturer acknowledged it is scrambling to find a way to equip Canada's next fleet of military choppers to deal with potential oil leaks in the gearbox, media report said.
Food and Drug Administration said state and federal inspectors discovered the bacteria in 'critical areas' at Setton Pistachio of Terra Bella, Inc.
Federal Statistical Office said production figures were 50.3 percent below March 2008 levels for pig iron and reported a 49.8 percent drop from a year earlier for raw steel.
Employers have cut 5.1 million jobs, but some are looking to keep their workforce intact, so they'll be ready to ratchet up production when the economy rebounds.
CSA agency says its poll shows 45 percent of French workers believe seizing the boss is ‘acceptable’ during protests over layoffs or other company action.
Miner to cut more than 700 jobs, slow the expansion of a refinery, and cut bauxite production due to a drop in aluminum demand and prices.
Transact Precision says Chrysler Canada spent millions of taxpayer dollars to avoid paying an extra $150,000 to the parts maker.
China is likely to emerge from its economic slump this year, helping the rest of Asia stabilize and possibly rebound, the World Bank said Tuesday.
Manufacturers' output fell 0.9 percent, the 12th consecutive monthly decline, although the pace of the drop was the slowest in half a year, the government said.
Robert Gates on Monday outlined deep cuts to many of the military's biggest weapons programs, including the F-22 fighter jet.
Drug developer Impax Laboratories Inc. said Monday it is being sued by Genzyme Corp. over a patent challenge to that company's kidney condition drug Renvela.
Automaker said Monday it completed tender offers that will reduce its debt by 38 percent and shave millions of dollars off its interest costs.
Chrysler says a Massachusetts-based company will supply lithium-ion batteries for the automaker's first-generation electric cars scheduled to go on sale next year.
Gov. Granholm added $220 million to a tax incentive program for companies developing and making advanced batteries used in hybrid and electric vehicles.