French energy company’s expanded Chattanooga plant will build steam and gasoline turbines, some for nuclear plants.
Union and the automaker will discuss ways to keep the St. Thomas plant open — although Ford hasn't given a signal that it will close any time soon.
Chemical and gas producer will sell its stake in its vinyl acetate ethylene polymers joint ventures to partner Wacker Chemie AG for $265 million.
Furniture producer Shermag has closed several plants in a last-ditch effort to survive in the face of a 'perfect storm' of financial challenges.
One-liter gasoline engine car will not only comply with the most stringent pollution control rules but also keep carbon emissions lower than those of its European competitors.
Three of the world's top spirits makers — Pernod Ricard SA, Bacardi Ltd. and Diageo PLC — have expressed interest in Vin & Sprit, valued at about $6.3 billion.
Semiconductor maker paying $336 million for Genesis Microchip to expand its business as a supplier to the digital television market.
Automaker won't meet its target to sell 300,000 vehicles; instead expects sales for the year to reach about 250,000.
Largest bottler of PepsiCo drinks will buy Pepsi-Cola Batavia Bottling Corp. for an undisclosed price.
Talks come amid rising anger over China's massive trade surplus and demands that Washington compel Beijing to halt currency manipulation and unfair trade practices.
Four-phase expansion plan will grow the facility from 30,000 to 50,000 square meters by February 2009.
Acquisition would more than double PPG's sales in Europe, where SigmaKalon is the second-largest coatings company.
Commercial food products containing probiotics, or ‘friendly’ bacteria, similar to those found in the human digestive system, are a growing market trend.
Orthopedic device maker plans to buy Altiva to expand its presence in the spinal products market.
Babcock & Brown Aircraft Management purchased the next-generation planes valued at $1.5 billion.
Prospective buyer E2 Acquisition Corp. says the $1.35 billion deal has been delayed by talks between owner Mittal Steel and the United Steelworkers over payment of retiree benefits.
Power-steering components and systems supplier signed its first aftermarket supply contract in the U.S. with aftermarket supplier Dorman Products Inc.
Rubber and plastic manufacturer said its acquisition by a private equity arm of investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is being delayed until April 30.
Consortium led by China National Chemical Corp., or ChemChina, is pulling out of a takeover bid for Australian agricultural chemicals company Nufarm Ltd.