President's authority expires on July 1.
Company sees $4.5 billion in cost savings by 2009.
Acolyte Biomedica makes formulas to control infectious diseases.
Companies deny reports LG.Philips was selling a stake in Matsushita.
It is inherent in human nature to get excited about anything that is new. But, as time goes on, the excitement fades and exuberance seems to go by the wayside. This holds true for the manufacturing world, too. When implementing a process improvement initiative such as Lean Transformation, once the big gains are over
Eight auto-parts suppliers will be forced to layoff workers when production at the Spring Hill GM plant is halted.
Sony blames Playstation 3 launching costs for profit loss; cutting semiconductor investments by "large amount."
NAM joins other businesses and trade associations to ccall for renewal of presidential Trade Promotion Authority (TPA).
An appeals court has ruled that safety standards set by the MSHA are reasonable for reducing diesel particulate pollution for mine workers.
Mine air pack maker, CSE, is struggling to keep up with demand in light of new safety rules.
Diversified Energy will produce “100 percent green” Biofuel from North Carolina State University's Centia process.
Index from the Central Statistical Organization shows an 11.1 percent increase for December 2006 over December 2005.
Company expected to spend $300 million on restructuring to deal with higher alumunim costs and shift in consumer tastes.
Albemarle raising prices for aluminum alkyl products by 25 percent; magnesium and zinc alkyl products by up to 100 percent.
Frost & Sullivan research predicts an expansion in revenue from $800 million in 2006 to over $1 billion in 2012.
Wesley G. Bush becomes CEO in addition to president; James F. Palmer elected corporate vice president and CFO.
Report in the Detroit Free Press says Toyota fears a political and consumer backlash; company spokesman denies reports of India plant.
Advance Auto Parts, Inc., an automotive aftermarket retailer of parts, batteries, accessories and maintenance items, announced plans Tuesday to operate a new distribution facility in Remington, Ind. The new distribution center will serve Advance’s growing store base in the Midwest. The company expects the facility
Deal has a potential value of $2 billion.