UOP LLC, which licenses technologies for oil and chemical processing, to help develop a chemical plant in Singapore for Jurong Aromatics Corp.
Costs are higher due to a number of reasons, including crop disease, weather conditions, animal feed costs and a rise in international demand for commodities.
Cisco says Navini Networks' technology will help company build WiMax, high-speed Internet networks, deep in markets where traditional Internet infrastructure is spotty or doesn't exist.
Official says the 'the Russians were not jumping with joy' over plan that would force Moscow's state-owned Gazprom to shed its stakes in EU energy interests.
European Commission insisted it was not trying to gang up on China but create a group of countries that wanted to beef up patent enforcement.
Law shielded Volkswagen AG from hostile takeovers, clearing a path for Porsche AG to increase its influence — and possibly even take control — at Europe's biggest automaker.
U.S. shoe giant hopes acquisition of Britain-based Umbro — which does business in more than 90 countries — will increase its presence in the global soccer market.
Over the next two years TI will consolidate its Tucson manufacturing operations into its Sherman, Texas, facility, eliminating 300 jobs in Tucson.
Roger Saillant will step down from his position as president, chief executive officer and director when he turns 65 on April 7.
Company's decision to stop making PCs for individual consumers is the latest shift among Japanese electronics makers to refocus their sprawling operations.
Robert Conley, 48, was a 17-year employee at the Wayne, Mich., Ford plant; authorities are investigating the accident.
State's attorney general suing the Environmental Protection Agency to force decision whether to let California and 11 other states impose stricter emissions standards.
Printer maker shifting consumer focus to higher-usage customers, improving cost control efforts and closing Mexican inkjet supplies plant.
Six unions have rejected pact while four have accepted; United Auto Workers campaigning other Chrysler unions to vote for contract.
News of Toyota's new Japan plant comes as U.S. automakers GM and Ford are shuttering plants and cutting jobs to boost profits.
Plant makes sealing systems for cars and employs more than 300 people; company also plans to close additional plants in Wabash, Indiana, and Magog, Quebec.
If Chrysler workers vote down the tentative labor agreement, negotiators must go back to the bargaining table.
Automaker will end a third shift by the end of the year at its Lansing, Mich. assembly plant which makes the Buick Enclave, Saturn Outlook and GMC Acadia crossovers.
Manufacturer of heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment has agreed to be acquired in an all-cash deal valued at about $1.8 billion.