Aluminum maker and its board of directors were sued over a purported scheme to bribe officials in the Persian Gulf country of Bahrain.
Federal government confirmed its decision to block a controversial takeover of part of Canada's premier space technology firm, saying the proposed deal would not benefit the country.
Beer owner Diageo PLC plans to close two Irish breweries, reduce operations at a third facility, cut staff by more than half and shift most beer production to a new, high-tech plant by 2013.
2008 Dodge Challenger began rolling off the assembly line into an uncertain market that could embrace the nostalgic muscle car or reject it for its gas-guzzling excess.
Valspar Corp., which makes paints and stains sold under the Samuel Cabot name, paid a $266,800 penalty for selling products containing chemicals that had not been properly registered.
Unions should be required to make public more details of their internal finances, the Labor Department said as it proposed new changes to union disclosure forms.
Gov. Arnold Schwarzenegger said pressure from the auto industry will not deter California from attempting to impose strict emission rules for vehicles sold in the state.
Worst may have passed, Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson said, though he acknowledged rising gas prices will blunt the effect of 130 million economic stimulus checks.
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