Babcock & Brown Aircraft Management purchased the next-generation planes valued at $1.5 billion.
Prospective buyer E2 Acquisition Corp. says the $1.35 billion deal has been delayed by talks between owner Mittal Steel and the United Steelworkers over payment of retiree benefits.
Power-steering components and systems supplier signed its first aftermarket supply contract in the U.S. with aftermarket supplier Dorman Products Inc.
Rubber and plastic manufacturer said its acquisition by a private equity arm of investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is being delayed until April 30.
Consortium led by China National Chemical Corp., or ChemChina, is pulling out of a takeover bid for Australian agricultural chemicals company Nufarm Ltd.
HP agrees to pay $117.5 million for Israel-based NUR Macroprinters Ltd., maker of industrial wide-format digital inkjet printers.
World's largest cement maker is buying Oasacom Cement, a leading player in the cement and building materials industry in the Middle East and Mediterranean basin.
Electronic components and instruments maker agrees to buy Impulse Enterprise, a San Diego-based maker of underwater electrical interconnection systems.
Hedge fund group run by billionaire Nelson Peltz increases holdings in chocolate maker to 4.5 percent.
Paper company's decision to move its product by rail will remove at least 400 trucks a week from the crowded Interstate 64 corridor in Virginia.
Japanese drugmaker purchasing the U.S. biopharmaceutical company to boost its cancer drug business and sustain sales growth.
Automaker reached a tentative deal with India's Eicher Motors to set up a joint venture combining the companies' truck and bus businesses.
Maker of engineered bearings and steel products agreed to form the joint venture with Chinese heavy equipment manufacturer Xiangtan Electric Manufacturing.
Blaze at Cretex Concrete Products West plant damaged two storage rooms, the boiler room and a testing room, forcing it to close down.
French automaker said the deal would promote development of Avtovaz, which has struggled against growing automobile imports and locally produced models of Western vehicles.
By Amy Radishofski, Staff Reporter, Manufacturing.netStudy finds worker satisfaction is alarmingly low among 21-30 year olds. However, the reason for it may rest with their managers rather than the employees.
Recent comments by Chrysler top executives lead some analysts and employees to believe the automaker is preparing for further cuts in models, capacity and jobs.
Canadian auto supplier's Magna Steyr unit will be responsible for development and production of BMW Group's Mini sports activity vehicle.
Mark Hogan will leave the Canadian auto supplier at the end of the year to pursue other opportunities.
Payroll additions, an unemployment rate at 4.7 percent and wages growing briskly are encouraging signs the country's employment climate is holding up.