Japanese consumer electronics company plans to build a new lithium-ion battery plant, a move that will triple its current output capacity to meet soaring global demand.
Company confirmed Thursday that on July 9 it sent Asyst Technologies Inc. an offer to buy the chip manufacturing equipment maker for $6.50 per share in cash.
Israeli newspaper reports there have been buyout talks between Barr and industry leader Teva Pharmaceutical Industries.
Prices fell below $130 a barrel for the first time in more than a month, as a dramatic slide entered a third day along with a sharp sell-off in natural gas.
Coca-Cola Enterprises will raise prices after Labor Day because of higher commodity costs and declining U.S. soda sales.
National Association of Manufacturers among the 40 groups asking for a prototype program so the government can study security risks and companies won’t have to change their operations.
Airflow products maker has appointed Jeff Lindgren and Steve Wardleworth as senior vice presidents and general managers of product lines in a restructuring move.
Troubled global trade talks are a crucial test for how a new world order can handle future world challenges such as climate change and food supply, the EU's trade chief said.
International Monetary Fund warned of a further slowdown in the global economy amid growing inflationary pressure and slowing demand in developed countries.
Machinists voted overwhelmingly Wednesday for a preliminary strike authorization in a show of support for union negotiators in contract talks with the aerospace giant.
European plane maker emerged as the clear winner, after racking up plane orders that dwarf the deals done by U.S. rival Boeing Co.
Device to prevent airplane fuel tanks from exploding must be installed on certain passenger jets and cargo planes, federal officials said.
Sterling Trucks eliminating one shift and laying off another 720 workers as it joins the growing ranks of companies being squeezed by an economic slowdown in the U.S.
Aluminum die-casting firm bought by a publicly traded company in 1996 has returned to private hands under its former name, Pace Industries Inc.
When VW said yes to Chattanooga, the city that had shed its reputation for dirty air forgot years of frustrating rejections by automakers.
Crude prices fell for a third consecutive day on Thursday amid evidence that the high cost of oil and gasoline was slowing U.S. demand.
Military’s accelerated pace to buy and deploy thousands of heavily armored mine resistant vehicles could lead to problems with maintenance and cost overruns.
Government, citing safety reasons, is trying to tighten the law requiring anyone with a commercial drivers license to speak English well enough to talk with police.
Three major auto manufacturers are promising to reserve 300 new hybrid vehicles each month exclusively for the city as it replaces its entire fleet of yellow cabs.