Charles Brown will take over as chief executive when Stephen Light retires later in July.
World's second-largest Coke bottler outside the U.S. buys newly constructed facility near Moscow for $261 million.
Pumps, seals and valves producer transferred the plant and its 23 employees to cut down redundant production.
United Steelworkers union served 72-hour strike notice to association reps after contract talk failures.
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Domestic automakers were helped by crossover sales, but still posted declines as Toyota continues to gain ground on GM.
Workers helped create the seat, designed so they could work inside vehicles on the assembly line with less strain.
Excessive amounts of additives and preservatives found in children's snacks and hundreds of bottles of fake human blood protein seized from hospitals.
Analyst says he expects already-struggling U.S. automakers to report declines in June auto sales.
Electrical component maker buys Danaher’s Joslyn Hi-Voltage and Power Solutions businesses for $280 million, and Drilling Technical Supply SA for $20 million.
As workers stage the first of two planned, eight-hour strikes in a bid for higher wages, Kia's production loss would be 1,900 vehicles valued at $30.5 million.
To meet growing demand for boats 45 feet and larger, company will expand Navassa, N.C., facility and add 600 jobs.
Sale includes brands LU, Petit Dejeuner, Tuc, Mikado and others; Danone to concentrate on its dairy products and water divisions.
Robert's American Gourmet Inc. recalls a second popular snack food over fears it could also be contaminated with salmonella.
European Commission approved the deal automatically after receiving no complaints from rivals and identifying no antitrust problems.
Anglo-Australian miner looks to double production at Queensland refinery to 3.4 million metric tons by 2011.
Cook was previously president and chief operating officer of Colgate-Palmolive and will replace Reuben Mark.
Laurence Winoker senior vice president, treasurer and chief financial officer, replacing Robert McNally, who is retiring.
Strength in new orders and production signal strength in the sector in the coming quarters.