Paint manufacturer one of three companies facing cleanup of roughly 240,000 homes containing lead paint that would take four years and require about 10,000 workers.
Deal between the airplane maker and the low-cost airline transavia.com is listed as worth $523 million and includes the option for three more planes.
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New Arkansas facility for Tennessee-based Mars Petcare U.S. will employ 200 workers and will double company's production of Cesar Canine Cuisine for small dogs.
Total rose 21.7 percent from August and 2.9 percent from September; the Midwest saw the biggest jump, rising 79.8 percent from August.
European Commission wants to make sure France's $140 million grant to PSA Peugeot-Citroen to develop a hybrid diesel car doesn't break EU rules on state subsidies.
Analysts say takeover of chocolate and candy maker less likely as biggest shareholder — The Hershey Trust — tightens grip on the Hershey, Pa.-based company.
Garmin Ltd. will make another bid for digital map maker Tele Atlas and could offer more than $60 per share as it tries to wrangle the company away from rival TomTom.
Explosion at factory east of Tokyo is being investigated by police for suspicion it may have involved professional negligence resulting in the deaths and injuries.
Tentative deal with the United Auto Workers would keep the Minnesota plant, originally slated for closure next year, open until 2009.
Oil prices dropped about $1 per barrel after a key OPEC member left open the possibility of an output increase to curb rising prices and an energy agency lowered its forecast for demand.
Global packaging unit's Matrix division is opening a 150,000 square-foot rigid plastic container plant in St. Louis.
Montreal-based aircraft manufacturer's decision to use a Pratt & Whitney engine could indicate it is moving along with the aircraft, though a final decision is still a year away.
Indiana electronic components maker to realign certain manufacturing operations by transferring production lines and eliminating jobs in the fourth quarter.
Investments reach $67.8 billion in October; figure has been climbing steadily despite recent government curbs on industries such as auto manufacturing and textiles.
European Commission likely to consider commitments that could be offered by the German manufacturer to allay fears its $16.6 billion purchase of Siemens' VDO could hinder competition.
GDL union striking at both passenger and freight services as they try to increase the pressure on the national railway in a bitter pay dispute.
World’s largest free educational forum dedicated to manufacturing gets underway.
Order for 140 planes from Airbus and Boeing considered a boost for the global airline industry and a sign of the Middle Eastern airlines' rapid expansion.
Private bedrooms, a movie theater, a gym with a jacuzzi: luxury's the name of the game for Prince Alwaleed bin Talal's more-than-$300 million super-sized airplane.