PC maker will cut 1,400 jobs, though 750 of those will be transitioned into emerging markets.
Shan Industries, current owner of the Hamburg plant, will also pay a $101,000 penalty.
U.S. needs to keep highly-educated foreign professionals in the U.S. in order to maintain competitive edge, according to National Association of Manufacturers.
Joint venture will have 30 plants with 12,000 employees.
Acquisition will allow IntriCon to develop ear-worn communications platforms that connect people to people and their devices.
Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. will start selling a line of SUVs and trucks in the U.S. in 2009.
Acquisition will allow FLSmidth to develop its minerals business under the new name FLSmidth Minerals.
Dodges have not been sold in China since the Second World War.
According to the Philadelphia Federal Reserve, the general activity index in the region for April was near zero.
European car manufacturers are developing new technologies and advancing the use of alternative fuels to meet target date of 2008 for reduced CO2 emissions.
Dr. Kay E. Stremler was appointed to the position; has over 17 years in the pharmaceutical and biotechnology industries.
Edison plant has not had a lost time injury in more than 25 years.
Chrysler Investing $1.78 Billion To Build Two New Plants In Michigan, Upgrade Three Others, 1,400 Will Lose JobsApril 19, 2007 10:28 am | News | Comments
Employee buyouts, early retirement offers and more efficient plants will result in job losses as Chrysler continues its restructuring plan.
Texas-based subsidiary, EVAL COMPANY OF AMERICA, increases capacity of EVAL by 12,000 tons, to 35,000 tons.
China struggles to cool down red hot economy, as inflation rises to its highest level in more than two years.
The new target assumes a 28 percent growth over the previous fiscal year.
Following layoffs of over 1,000 employees, workers at the manufacturer's largest plant turned down the new contract.
Kodak employees with the Films business in Rochester, Taiwan, Japan, Korea, and China are expected to join the Rohm and Haas Electronic Materials business.
Minnesota Steel is buidling a $1.65 billion steel plant on Mesabi iron range in northeast Minnesota.
Over three years, according to the First Deputy Prime Minister, the country will invest more than $1 billion into equipment for nanotechnology research.