Country's biggest producer of alumina has set up a subsidiary based in Tibet to conduct mineral exploration, mining and smelting in the Himalayan region.
Labor Department reported that new applications for unemployment insurance rose to a seasonally adjusted 444,000, up 15,000 from the previous week.
Steel maker said the surcharge amount accounts for the reported prices for raw materials and energy used to make its electrical steel products.
Nearly every major automaker saw its U.S. sales drop in August, but many are seeing signs that the worst slump in recent history may have bottomed out.
Plane maker will advuse Mitsubishi Heavy Industries on the development of its mid-sized regional jet -- the first 'made in Japan' passenger aircraft in three decades.
Consumer products giant said Nioxin's products that treat the scalp to improve the appearance of thinning hair fits with P&G's business strategy.
Beginning Friday, the Xbox 360 gaming console’s cheapest version will sell for $200, making it less expensive than the Nintendo Wii, which retails for $250.
Survey found 59 percent of companies intend to keep down rising health care costs in 2009 by raising workers' deductibles, copays or out-of-pocket spending limits.
Job cuts announced by U.S. employers last month jumped 12 percent over a year ago to cap the busiest summer of downsizing in six years.
Major automakers post dismal sales figures for August, indicating that the U.S. auto sales slump may not have bottomed out.
Toxicologists reiterated safety concerns about a chemical used in baby bottles and food containers, just weeks after the FDA declared the substance safe.
If Machinists vote to strike, Boeing could face potential losses as high as $100 million a day in deferred revenue and further delays in delivery of the new 787 commercial jet.
Katahdin Paper Co. halted production this week because of high oil prices and has lost at least $57 million since the operation was restarted in June 2004.
Hershey Co. said late Tuesday it has elected a former vice chairman of Pfizer, David Shedlarz, to its board on Aug. 29.
Chemical company is raising its prices for all titanium dioxide paint pigment grades sold in North America by 8 cents per pound.
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Prices kept falling Wednesday as a stronger dollar and slowing demand for crude overshadowed the impacts of Hurricane Gustav.
Food maker said Wednesday IndyBake Products and Brownie Products’ two plants will be integrated into Kellogg’s U.S. Snacks operation.
Employees report being told that in order to stay competitive one of Nebraska's most famous products must move its operations to China.
Commerce Department reported Wednesday that new orders increased by 1.3 percent in July, much stronger than the 0.8 percent increase economists had been expecting.