As inspectors comb Mexican farms for salmonella, Health and Human Services Secretary Michael Leavitt said the U.S. wants to open an office in Latin America to monitor food safety.
General Motors plans to raise prices on 2009 models by an average of 3.5 percent despite a tough market that is forcing the automaker to cut production and discount its 2008 models.
World's largest drug maker has agreed to pay a $975,000 civil penalty to resolve alleged violations of the Clean Air Act at its former manufacturing plant in Connecticut.
Consultant for Toyota says it won't retool its plans to build Highlander sport utility vehicles at a plant under construction in north Mississippi, despite the trend toward more fuel-efficient cars.
Industrial products maker named P. Kelly Tompkins, current executive vice president and chief administrative officer, to the additional post of chief financial officer.
Chairman Ben Bernanke and his colleagues are in a tricky spot as they face stagnant economic growth along with inflation threats from rising prices for energy, food and other commodities.
Daimler, Porsche and other major manufacturers are planning to shorten shifts to allow workers to watch Germany play Turkey in the semifinals of the European soccer championships.
Major online auction sites such as eBay say they police their listings, but with millions of new auctions added each day, many buyers unknowingly spend hundreds on shoddy replicas.
China's biggest steel producer agreed to price hikes of up to 96.5 percent with iron ore supplier Rio Tinto amid surging demand for tight metal supplies.
Medical device and technology makers will likely continue prospering as aging populations in developed countries drive demand for more innovative products and new, emerging markets grow.
International Society for Pharmaceutical Engineering has named Douglas Ellsworth its International Regulatory Affairs Advisor.
Company sold four CRJ700 regional jets to an unnamed airline, which took options on four additional planes, and three Q400 turboprop airliners to All Nippon Airways.
Chemicals company is suing Apollo Management and its two partners for fraud after they backed out of a $6.5 billion deal.
Fewer college students are pursuing computer-related degrees at a time when demand is increasing and thousands of baby boomers are retiring from technical jobs.
Last year, companies in the state sold $140.7 million worth of products to South Africa, a 40 percent increase from 2006.
Company hopes the resorts will help improve what has been a tarnished year so far, having been hit hard by high gas prices and weakened consumer confidence.
Norwegian papermaker has sold its South Korean mills for $622 million in cash to a private equity group as part of a debt reduction program.
Some analysts say the industry is 'recession-proof' as the nation's sweet tooth could help the candy business fare better than other nonessentials in economically trying times.
Price of crude oil fluctuated Monday as traders shrugged off a pledge by Saudi Arabia to increase its production this year if the market needs it.
Tokyo-based confectioner Lotte Co. and South Korean group firm Lotte Confectionery will buy Guylian from its founding family for about $170 million.