Infrastructure and flow control products maker said Tuesday Robert G. Leggett has been named chief operating officer.
Semiconductor chip sales totaled $22.2 billion in July, up 7.6 percent from $20.6 billion in July of last year, the Semiconductor Industry Association reported Tuesday.
APP Pharmaceuticals said Tuesday it expects the deal to close by mid-September, now that the Federal Trade Commission has completed its review of the $3.7 billion deal.
Following increasingly violent protests by farmers demanding their land back, Indian automaker suspended work indefinitely at a factory building the world's cheapest car.
Manufacturing activity reading fell to 49.9 from 50 in July amid sluggish orders, Institute for Supply Management said Tuesday.
A Maine paper mill that's struggling to compete at a time of high oil prices halted production Tuesday as it prepares to lay off more than 200 workers.
Siemens Transportation Systems and Bombardier Transportation have jointly won an order for 121 double-deck coaches from Swiss federal railway valued at $277 million.
Company said Tuesday it had agreed to buy Eagle Test Systems, a maker of semiconductor test products, for about $360 million in cash.
With incentives, the deal with the Naval Air Systems Command to design and develop its multi-stage supersonic target could be worth as much as $103 million, Alliant said.
Unless Congress renews $500 million in tax credits set to expire Dec. 31, renewable energy companies say they will reverse planned expansions and cut payrolls and capital investment.
Japanese drug maker said it would buy U.S. pharmaceutical company in a bid to expand its business operations in the American market.
Ford said Frederik Arp, president and CEO of the automaker’s Sweden-based Volvo Car Corp., had decided to leave the company and named Stephen Odell as his replacement.
China's food safety watchdog has banned imports of meat from Maple Leaf Foods linked to a deadly bacterial outbreak that has killed 15 in Canada.
Gerdau S.A., Latin America's biggest steelmaker, hopes its investment will transform Peru into a regional steel powerhouse that can profit from Brazil's building boom.
Fixed-line telecommunications manufacturer appointed Ben Verwaayen its chief executive and former EADS co-CEO Philippe Camus as its new chairman.
Number of people claiming jobless benefits rose by nearly half a million over the past year, bringing the total to a 10-year high of 2.53 million, Spain's Labor Ministry said Tuesday.
U.S. credit crisis has not hit bottom and world food prices have not yet peaked, making continued financial volatility likely, international economists said Monday.
Siemens Healthcare Diagnostics, Advance Medical Inc., and Covidien are all planning to expand operations in Massachusetts.
Results will be announced Wednesday evening; if the contract is rejected, picket lines would go up when the old contract expires, at 12:01 a.m. PDT Thursday.
Sales of new imported vehicles fell 40 percent in August for the fourth straight monthly decline, affected by high gasoline prices and an economic slowdown in Japan.