Tulsa-based Glass Products will buy Ford's glass business; sale will help Ford's restructuring plan.
The sanctions were the result of a complaint by a U.S. paper manufacturer; while no new cases are pending, it remains a possibility in other industries.
Company investing $250 million to upgrade equipment and plants in effort to meet global demand for solar electricity.
Great Lakes Region has 256 projects with investment value of $22 billion, according to Industrial Info Resources.
FDA and U.S. Marshals seized implantable medical devices from Shelhigh due to manufacturing violations.
The chemical, melamine, is believed to have contaminated rice protein concentrate used to make a variety of Natural Balance Pet Foods products for both dogs and cats, the Food and Drug Administration said Wednesday.
Industrial production decreased 0.2 percent, manufacturing output grew 0.7 percent, according to Federal Reserve report.
Fab-Tech says Dupont sold steel-duct coating in violation of an agreement between the two companies.
Senate passes bill ordering Department of Health to examine health risks in water supplies and fish in Twin Cities area; 3M says its own tests show chemicals in water pose no risk to humans.
By switching from cathode ray tube computer monitors to flat screen panels, the company expects to eliminate over 19 million pounds of lead compounds.
Marysville plant will replace Detroit Axle plant built in 1917; 900 jobs will be created in addition to 1,600 at existing plant.
The FDA is looking to establish predictable fees and improve review times.
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GM's chief exec Wagoner says India is one of the world's fastest growing regions for auto sales, and GM wants to be in on it.
O'Sullivan Industries shutting down manufacturing facility in Lamar by October 2007.
Company will acquire Wave Biotech LLC to expand products and services for biopharmaceutical manufacturing.
ConocoPhillips and Tyson Foods, Inc. will join up to produce renewable diesel fuel from beef, pork and poultry by-product fat.
Former Dow Chemical adviser J. Pedro Reinhard denies the company's accusations that he participated in a buyout effort; Dow Chemical shrinks its Board size in a step to eliminate Reinhard from the company completely.
Industrial gas company buying Lurgi for $745.5 million; acquisition will strengthen Air Liquide's presence in hydrogen market.
The EPA has awarded the Energy Star label to two Honda of America's automobile assembly plants in Ohio.