Boston Scientific said the Food and Drug Administration has lifted some restrictions imposed more than two years due to quality control problems.
Computer company said Wednesday its PC shipments in the Asia-Pacific region grew three times faster than the industry average in the third quarter.
Leaders will meet Nov. 15 in Washington to address the global financial crisis -- the first in a series of summits to mitigate what economists predict could be a long and deep downturn.
Head of Hawker Beechcraft warned employees that the company must take unspecified actions in coming weeks to ensure that it is prepared amid the turmoil in global financial markets.
Barrage of poor earnings from major corporations revived worries of a global recession and showed the depth of the financial crisis the Bush administration is trying to tackle.
Company will close its Allen-Bradley manufacturing plant in Manchester, N.H., by the end of the year.
Suppliers to the General Motors plant in Janesville, Wisc., are planning mass layoffs Dec. 23 -- the same day GM is ending production of sports utility vehicles there.
Congressional investigators say it would take 13 years for U.S. inspectors to visit each of 3,249 foreign manufacturing plants that make medications for the American market.
Company said it has withdrawn a $26 a share bid to acquire SanDisk, but suggested it was still interested in buying the U.S. flash memory card maker at a lower price.
Japan's largest automaker will post its first decline in global sales in a decade this year, hit by slowing demand amid the financial crisis, a Japanese newspaper predicted.
World's largest retailer said it will set new quality standards for suppliers amid a scare over toxic milk products that sickened tens of thousands of babies across China.
Global downturn is cutting into China's appetite for resources, but developing countries' hunger for raw materials remains positive, the world's largest mining company said.
Plastic parts supplier for trucks and sport utility vehicles is closing its Shelbyville plant in January, leaving 263 people jobless.
Maker of heating and cooling systems for vehicles said the divestiture of its Korea-based heating, ventilation and air conditioning unit is part of a push to scale back its global presence.
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety said the fatal crash rate involving motorcycles equipped with optional antilock brakes was 38 percent lower than without the systems.
Wind Energy Corp. promised 260 new jobs in five years when it opened in July 2007, but instead 17 employees lost their jobs when the plant closed its doors last week.
Aviation parts manufacturer is expanding its Pickens County plant that makes spark plugs, oil filters and aviation engine parts, and adding up to 45 new jobs.
With the global economy edging toward recession, the specter of diminishing oil supply has been blown away by a stunning lack of demand that now has the market in a stranglehold.
Japanese automaker is cutting production of its Altima models at assembly plants in Tennessee and Mississippi due to sluggish U.S.demand.
Prices on personal computers appear to be holding steady, but buyers may get better deals soon as computer companies try to avoid getting stuck with a pile of unsold inventory on Dec. 31.