Federal regulators highlighted a broad array of potential toy safety hazards, including lead-based paint that has forced manufacturers to recall millions of popular toys.
Mahindra & Mahindra, Tata Motors vying against private U.S. equity firm for Ford's Jaguar and Land Rover units; bidders are meeting with British government, labor unions and Ford.
EU regulators imposed fines of nearly $110 million on Japanese companies for running a cartel that fixed prices on professional videotapes sold in Europe.
Brazil's CVRD mining company and South Korea's Dongkuk Steel Mill site would have initial production capacity of 2.5 million metric tons of steel per year and could double later.
Workers at plant outside St. Petersburg are seeking wage increases of about 30 percent and a 6½-hour night shift instead of 7½ hours.
Ohio-based Aleris International selling the business to mining and metals company Votorantim Metais for $295 million.
U.S. Department of Agriculture says 'raised without antibiotics' label is unacceptable because the company uses a feed additive that inspectors classify as an antibiotic.
Money-losing Proton had been in talks with Volkswagen and GM but discontinues negotiations after improvement in its domestic sales and exports.
Sale to Germany's Vossloh AG includes assets held by Australian unit Thompsons, Kelly & Lewis Pty Ltd. that generated $11 million in 2006.
Japan Tobacco Inc. and and instant noodle maker Nissin Food Products Co. plan to jointly acquire struggling Katokichi Co.
Move is latest fallout after the software maker's subsidiary, TomorrowNow, infiltrated rival Oracle Corp.'s computers to fetch information about Oracle products.
U.S. Sen. Patrick Leahy says 100 additional jobs at major Department of Defense subcontractor Plasan USA 'will help meet an urgent need.'
Whistleblower lawsuit claims the defense contractor, along with a Texas vendor and its former executives, overcharged the government by millions of dollars.
Nation's largest car companies argue the state's levels would require manufacturers to produce vehicles using too many different fuel efficiency standards.
Regulators order Italy to recover $117 million in aid granted to steel company ThyssenKrupp, cement maker Cementir and chemical company Terni Nuova Industrie Chimiche.
Antitrust regulators requested the information as part of a review of the brewers' plans to combine operations in the United States and Puerto Rico.
Employee at California plant jointly run by the automakers says management routinely deleted or downgraded defects from her vehicle reports.
Experts estimate 70 percent of the 20 to 50 million tons of electronic waste produced globally each year ends up in China.
Rosen's Diversified is planning to open Performance Pet Products in South Dakota facility, which could bring 50 jobs.