Spreading bribery scandal renews old concerns about the perceived power and influence of the ''Republic of Samsung'' — as the conglomerate has been called.
Breathing aid company's new 165,000-square-foot Pennsylvania plant will help further develop its obstructive sleep apnea business.
To meet growing demand, state-owned Vietnam Airlines will purchase four planes and new joint venture Vietnam Aircraft Leasing Co. will purchase eight aircraft.
Peter Paul plant, which had been making treats like Mounds and Almond Joy for 85 years, closing as part of parent company Hershey's major restructuring plan.
Shanghai Volkswagen — China's third biggest passenger-car maker by sales last year — recalling Passat models due to locking system problems.
Company to deliver solar modules with 60 megawatts worth of annual generating capacity to Spain, considered a key market for the solar industry because of government incentives.
Automakers are focusing clean-car concepts on the country because of its environmental crises, fuel shortages and pollution resulting from its embrace of the automobile.
Navigation device maker says it won't pursue its bid to acquire Dutch digital mapmaker Tele Atlas and instead signed a six-year contract extension with Chicago-based Navteq Corp.
Software maker to acquire privately held engineering software company Robobat for $42.5 million cash; deal originally made in 2006 but wasn't completed.
Congressional advisory panel says Chinese spying in America threatens U.S. technology; recommends lawmakers consider financing counterintelligence efforts.
Takeover offer from Carlsberg and Heineken worth $15.1 billion still doesn't meet British beer maker Scottish & Newcastle's standards.
Voith Paper Rolls' $4.5 million expansions to Louisiana, Georgia plants will add around 20 jobs to the current 145.
National Association of Manufacturers projects bills would lower the U.S. gross domestic product by 4 percent and cost 5 million jobs by 2030.
Financing deal — worth $5.2 billion — between auto parts maker and General Motors would enable Delphi to exit bankruptcy protection, which it entered in October 2005.
Federal ruling says Bush administration failed to properly assess standards' environmental risk or address why many so-called light trucks are allowed to pollute more than cars.
Automaker hoping for extra $1 billion in annual cash flow after shifting retiree health care costs to a union-run trust in 2010, part of recently ratified contract with United Auto Workers.
United States must present a 'roadmap' for rescuing global commerce talks, India's trade minister said amid uncertainty about the Bush administration's authority to negotiate a deal.
Inspectors found flaws in the safety plan at Missouri plant where the company makes Banquet and private label pot pies that were linked to a salmonella outbreak.
China's biggest independent automaker is instead focusing on high-growth markets like Asia and the Middle East until it builds its capabilities and quality standards required to compete.