Farm profits are expected to spike by 28 percent this year to $100.9 billion, despite the economy, on higher prices for many crops and livestock.
BP Chairman Carl-Henric Svanberg was "recognized as a highly skilled leader" by the Swedish truck maker in its proposal.
Georgia may be best known for its peaches, peanuts and sweet Vidalia onions, but olives were long ago a homegrown commodity.
Calgon Carbon Corp., the world's largest manufacturer of activated carbon products, has experienced impressive growth in the last two decades.
China's exports slowed in November, raising the likelihood of further measures from Beijing to help prop up faltering growth and offset slack demand.
Workers and management at R.S. Owens & Company, which makes the golden statues, are fighting over a proposed wage freeze and benefit cuts.
Fast-growing Gulf carrier is buying 10 more of Boeing's new 787-9 planes, making it the largest airline customer for that version of the carbon fiber jet.
More U.S. police are using the so-called Long-Range Acoustic Devices, which some say cause permanent hearing damage.
Lockheed Martin and Lockheed Martin Aeronautics Co. have been awarded a military contract to provide 30 fighter jets to the Air Force, Navy, and the Marines.
Iran's official news agency is reporting that a blast caused by leftover ammunition has killed at least seven workers.
Drug and medical device maker spent $400 million to collaborate with Reata Pharmaceuticals on the development of oral anti-inflammatory drugs.
Hewlett-Packard Co. said Friday that it's making its webOS mobile system available as open-source software that anyone can use and modify freely.
The increasing government opposition is threatening the $39 billion deal, with analysts now giving it only a slim chance of going through.
P&G and Colgate-Palmolive were among companies fined by French authorities, who accused them of fixing laundry detergent prices for years.
Coast Guard says a 140-foot cylinder of nitrogen landed in shallow water when a crane failed at the BP Cherry Point refinery near Ferndale, Wash.
German court has ruled that Apple is infringing on one of Motorola's mobile data communication patents through its sales of iPhone and iPad devices.
NLRB officially dropped its high-profile case challenging Boeing's decision to open a nonunion aircraft manufacturing plant in South Carolina.
A Missouri-based company is recalling three dry dog food products because of high levels of the fungus toxin aflatoxin.
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