Castleberry's Food Co. plant resuming production Tuesday after July recall of all products from one of its canning lines due to apparent undercooking.
Anglo-Australian miner says it needs more time to secure regulatory approvals for $38.1 billion takeover of aluminum manufacturer.
By the end of 2006, more than 5,000 Chinese investment entities had established almost 10,000 companies abroad in 172 countries and regions.
India's Tata Motors, producer of workhorse trucks and low-end mass market cars, says acquisition of the two luxury brands would be a sign of India's economic rise.
Sony reportedly will stop making advanced chips and instead focus on audiovisual equipment.
Solar cell maker signs agreement with unnamed Taiwan-based wafer provider for about 68 megawatts of solar cell wafers.
Building materials maker sold composite panel business to Crane Composites and metals fabrication, lamination and RV door business to Euramax International Inc.
The new plant for the industrial gas provider is set to open in August 2008.
Loan granted to help establish its Long Beach plant in 1997; factory closing in October due to difficulties and costs associated with work after Katrina.
Most of the drugs involved — methotrexate and cytarabin hydrochloride — have been recovered and authorities have traced the remainder.
By Amy Radishofski, Staff Reporter, Manufacturing.netYou know the usual buzzwords like ‘lean’ and ‘kaizen,’ but there is another tool out there that you may not be taking advantage of — motivation.
Federal Reserve reported industrial production was up 0.2 percent in August, slower than the 0.3 percent gain analysts had been expecting.
United Auto Workers likely chose the manufacturer because it is the healthiest in the auto market and the union wants to stop GM from moving more production overseas.
Toy makers and retailers will rely on price hikes of up to 10 percent to cover cost of making toys safer.
Composite decking and railing producer cites weakness in homebuilding and remodeling sectors and recent upgrades at two other plants as reasons for closure.
Automotive equipment and replacement glass and service units sold to California firm for $500 million.
Media reports Japanese automaker considering building its first new domestic auto assembly plant in nearly two decades.
World Trade Organization to examine whether Washington has changed its practices after a ruling last year against U.S. dumping fees on about two dozen European goods.
European Automobile Manufacturers' Association said Friday that sales grew 7.4 percent in July from a year ago and 2.5 percent in August.