Cho Soo-in to take charge of the memory chip division of the company's semiconductor business.
Wind turbine producer will operate a $6.1 million plant in Morgantown.
By Sujit Singh, Chief Operating Officer, Supply Chain ConsultantsSince the days of the anvil, hammer and forge, the basic components of manufacturing have not changed. The technology, competition and market pressures have changed, and margins have diminished, but the primary components of manufacturing remain the same: the classic buy-make-deliver.
Ford’s 2008 Mustang uses soybean-based foam seat cushions, saving thousands of barrels of oil in the manufacturing process.
Timothy S. Nicholls replaces retiring CFO Marianne Parrschief, effective Dec. 1st.
Ernesto Greco will resign, effective Sept. 30, after one year on the job; Chairman Pasquale Natuzzi will be his replacement.
Companies forming a global alliance and expanding upon existing joint ventures in North America.
Best known for its infinitely drumming, battery-powered bunny, Energizer will buy Playtex for about $1.16 billion.
Report claims automaker wants to create ''synergies'' between the two commercial truck producers in North America.
Lack of a centrally controlled regulatory system considered a key defect underpinning China's perennial food and drug safety woes.
Chemicals maker agreed to a $6.5 billion buyout offer, terminating an earlier deal to sell itself at a lower price to a Dutch company.
Commerce Minister claims China is pursuing a ''balanced trade'' policy and expects its burgeoning trade surplus to narrow.
Contact lens solution plant made company's Renu with MoistureLoc solution, discontinued last year after it was connected to several hundred cases of a dangerous eye infection.
Military vehicle manufacturer will invest $31 million and add 270 jobs.
In addition to saving money, moving east allows companies access to a deeper labor pool.
Report claims China’s booming recycling industry helps to slow the destruction of forests worldwide.
Contract manufacturing company will invest $8 million to renovate its 75,000 square foot plant—ten times the size of its previous home.
Deficit reflects higher foreign oil prices and America’s continued appetite for Chinese goods; trade deficit with China running 17.2 percent over last year.
New applications for unemployment benefits totaled 308,000 last week, down 12,000 from the previous week.