Acquisition pushes Acer past China's Lenovo as third-largest PC vendor, strengthening U.S. presence.
China's Ningbo Benye Tractor & Automobile Manufacture Co. Ltd. expands John Deere's product line; boosts production capacity for low horsepower tractors.
Company purchases Illinois-based io Lighting and Vermont-based Powerline Communications for $22 million.
Association of Southeast Asian Nations considers deals crucial to surviving economic might of China and India.
Automakers say agreement will cut development costs by allowing them to share technology as global ecological standards get tougher.
Orders more than doubled 2005 totals but fall short of major shows like Britain's Fairnborough and France's Le Bourget.
Deal strengthens U.S. Steel's position as flat-rolled steel products supplier in North America.
Unit sold to Englefield LLP for $111 million; produces actuators for external automotive mirror systems.
Labor disruption by subcontractor's employees at Kia's main domestic factory resulted in lost production of 3,200 vehicles.
Auto sector, machinery and steel production boost the index 0.6 percent from June.
Association of International Automobile Manufacturers spent $530,000 to lobby on fuel economy requirements, vehicle safety legislation and climate change regulations.
Legal actions by three hedge funds and by an activist shareholder both rejected by judges, clearing hurdles for the creation of the world's largest steel maker.
Shareholder asks board to consider selling company to rival Champion Enterprises Inc.
Federal antitrust regulators OK acquisition for undisclosed amount.
After falling into negative territory in July, indexes for production, capacity utilization, volume of new orders and volume of shipments strengthened significantly.
Fuselage section dropped two stories to see how the plane's carbon-fiber composites would hold up on impact.
Census Bureau reports significant rise in orders for big-ticket goods, suggesting strong momentum in equipment and machinery sectors.
Interest in Ford Motor Co. units part of plan to expand Tata Motors' global reach and reduce dependence on Indian market.
Vice Commerce Minister claims recall was result of new industry standards, not poor quality.