Head of brewer Molson Coors says the company will keep its headquarters in Denver regardless of possible relocations as a result of its pending joint venture with SABMiller.
Maker of laboratory supplies and scientific instruments has named group president Marc N. Casper to the newly created post of chief operating officer.
By Amanda Earing, News Editor, Manufacturing.net “How It’s Made”, a television show featured on the Science Channel that documents how ordinary items such as buttons and bolts are manufactured has millions of viewers worldwide and is growing in popularity. Jean-Marc St-Pierre, president of Productions MAJ, the show’s producer, explains just what it is that makes the show so popular.
Spokesman John Carr says he believes the proposed four-year contract that Machinists’ Local S6 shipbuilders will consider on Sunday is ‘one of the best in the industry.’
Thomas Smach is resigning as chief financial officer to pursue other interests outside the company; Paul Reed will be appointed to CFO upon Smach’s departure.
Automaker considering launching its Chevrolet brand in South Korea to capture a larger share of the country's growing market for imported cars.
Three former lead paint companies are appealing in the Rhode Island Supreme Court a verdict that found them liable for toxic products in the first-ever jury ruling against the industry.
Three people arrested in this week's immigration raid at a meatpacking plant in Iowa have filed a federal class-action lawsuit against the ICE and several government officials.
New facility will be more than three times larger than CoorsTek's current location in Kyungbook and will serve as a manufacturing hub for most of Asia.
While no Heinz workers or families were injured at its Chengdu plant, the site of Monday's earthquake, CEO William Johnson says the company has a moral obligation to help.
World economy is 'teetering on the brink' of a severe downturn and is expected to grow only 1.8 percent in 2008, the United Nations said in its mid-year economic projections.
Pet food maker says it is on the way to recovering from the impact of a series of major recalls last year, although on a smaller scale.
Top U.S. trade official said that American beef is safe and rejected calls to re-negotiate an accord allowing it to resume beef exports to South Korea.
World's second-largest LCD maker by sales said it plans to spend $960 million to build a new liquid display production line.
Plant that makes paper plates and napkins will phase out production in Appleton and 300 jobs will be lost as work is moved to the company's Clintonville facility.
Consumers still want different types of beers, but for a growing number with empty pockets, that means less expensive ones, the CEO of Miller Brewing Co. said.
Lockheed Martin beat out Boeing to win an Air Force contract worth up to $3.57 billion to build as many as 12 next-generation global positioning satellites, the Pentagon said.
Industrial conglomerate said in a statement the move is part of an ongoing plan to exit 'slower growth and more volatile businesses.'
Senate has voted to ban the use of a chemical linked to hormone disruption and hyperactivity in consumer products targeted at young children.
From meat to mustard, consumers are trying to control their food bills by buying smaller-size items as they grapple with soaring prices.