Schering-Plough's acquisition will increase its presence in health care markets for women and animals.
Japan revised upward its economic growth figures for the fourth quarter to an annual pace of 5.5 percent, the strongest growth in three years, as companies invested more in factories and equipment than first thought.
Company purchased COTCO for $200 million.
Company will retain a small stake in the sports car business.
Gary Taylor named group president of utility operations.
Boeing says Alafco is first Middle East customer to order 787 Dreamliner.
Judge rules Ford must transfer $80 million to Navistar by next week.
Mexico is looking to the aerospace industry as its next big industrial gain.
Dan Huish will remain as CEO, headquarters will remain in Utah, and employees will not be affected by the acquisition.
China Association of Automobile Manufacturers says passenger car sales were up 33 percent over the same two months in 2006; total vehicle sales were up 25 percent.
Payouts will range from $300 to $800 for non-managers.
Furniture company will close three plants, consolidate three others.
Plant will make maleic anhydride, used in a variety of applications.
The employment backdrop in the U.S. in February remained generally favorable, but the downward trend in manufacturing continued.
Europe dubs itself "world pioneer" after endorsement.
February is typically a weak month for auto production.
Eight associations for business, manufacturing, aerospace and technology joined together to create a new system to regulate militarily-sensitive exports that will cut down processing delays.
Company is largest private employer in Mississippi.
While negotiators for both countries were somewhat optimistic that a deal could be reached, restrictions on U.S. beef imports remain a key problem.
Company will become part of InterMetro division.