Agricultural chemical company agreed to sell its Posilac brand of cow hormones to drug maker Eli Lilly & Co.'s Elanco animal health unit.
European Union regulators approved a deal between Japanese electronics companies JVC and Kenwood, saying the combination will not impede competition in European markets.
Beauty-care products maker up to three shifts running five days a week, company said at a ceremony that served as the official opening of its Jonesboro, Ark., plant.
Grob Aerospace, which is developing the composite materials for Bombardier’s new Learjet 85 business plane, will continue to operate despite filing for bankruptcy.
Dow Chemical Company and Reichhold Inc. say their joint venture is no longer worthwhile, and will close the chemical plant north of Dover by the end of the year.
Agriprocessors supervisor arrested after an immigration raid at the company’s meatpacking plant was hit with new charges including conspiring to hire illegal immigrants.
Bush administration rule barring states and local governments from requiring more air pollution monitoring is illegal, a federal appeals court ruled.
Tiremaker plans to close 92 underperforming retail stores by the end of the year in a bid to boost profit in its U.S. operations.
Automaker is trying to boost employee confidence by showing them -- and letting them drive -- vehicles Ford hopes will pull it out of the financial basement.
Insurance Institute for Highway Safety gave top scores in front-end, side and rear tests to the Ford Escape, VW Tiguan, Mitsubishi Outlander and Nissan Rogue.
Lawmakers have passed a bill to ensure that the vehicles make enough noise to be heard by visually impaired people about to cross a street.
Pittsburg, Kan., will lose 600 jobs when its largest private employer, wheel manufacturer Superior Industries International, closes its plant by the end of the year.
Soaring cost of steel has Toyota considering raising prices in Japan without a model makeover for the first time in three decades.
Swedish wireless equipment maker and STMicroelectronics NV's unveiled plans to create a 50-50 joint venture to make wireless chipsets for mobile handsets.
World's largest steelmaker said it will acquire all of London Mining Brasil's shares from London Mining PLC for $810 million.
August Busch IV will be paid nearly $10.4 million after the brewer is sold to InBev SA and $120,000 a month to consult for the new company through the end of 2013.
Snorkel International said layoffs are due to increased construction costs that have postponed some projects and forced contractors to cut back on buying the company's equipment.
Talks to take place in December in Beijing, will advance efforts to work on a 10-year cooperative agreement aimed at addressing energy security and environmental pollution issues.
Federal regulators have warned General Electric over lax quality control standards at a plant that makes computer software for medical imaging.
Textile and composite maker said its customer Eclipse Aviation plans to cut production of the Eclipse 500 jet airplane, hurting sales and profits in its Albany Engineered Composites segment.