European companies can help China develop global and sustainable brands and create ties that help their own businesses, China-Europe conference organizers say.
Company combining PepsiCo North America and PepsiCo International operations in the Americas and dividing its food and beverage businesses in that region.
Airline also plans to lease six additional 787s; the order, listed as worth $4.5 billion, is the largest purchase of the model by any Latin American company.
Officials say 13-acre plot of land, once polluted by a porcelain enamel manufacturing plant, can be reused now that it has gone through two government-supervised cleanups.
Once the legal documents have been notarized, the merger will take effect Nov. 13, completing the $41 billion process that creates the world's largest steel maker by volume.
MI Inc.'s $108 million planned bid would give the company 80 percent stake in Japanese two-way radio equipment maker Vertex Standard Co.
John Engler leads delegation that will meet with top Chinese officials and business leaders to share the views of U.S. business.
James H. Slamp has been named executive vice president and chief financial officer, replacing the retiring George Convery.
$185 million deal means the privately held industrial combustion controls business will become a part of Honeywell's Environmental and Combustion Controls unit.
Utah-based Petersen Inc. building a new, 250-employee machine facility in Pocatello, Idaho, because the company says it can't find enough qualified workers in Utah.
Springfield Symphony Orchestra concert features an entire program of modern American music while images of manufacturers play out on screens above the orchestra.
Wisconsin-based maker of motion-control and power generation products bought the business from Indian company Alstom.
Nordic paper maker hopes $375 million investment will improve energy efficiency at the two European mills.
Medical device maker to sell its cardiac and vascular surgery businesses to Getinge Group in all-cash deal.
Vietnam's economy is growing more than 8 percent a year, and foreign investment is expected to reach $13 billion this year.
Gary C. Schaefer, formerly the internal audit consultant for the semiconductor manufacturing equipment maker, will take over the post immediately.
Airbag and seatbelt maker to supply chemical heat packages for Alexza Pharmaceuticals' single-dose Staccato system.
Recall affects 10 states and is the second this month for Cargill; meat may be contaminated with E. coli.
The computer's once-dominant monopoly on processing power is encroached by gadgets like smart phones that act like pocket-size computers and Internet-connected game consoles.
If approved by the 54,000 workers who would be affected, automaker's plan would allow it to pay new hires less and move retiree health care obligations to a union-run trust.