Across the U.S., high gasoline prices are starting to end a love affair with the midsize four-wheel-drive sport utility vehicle that has lasted well over a decade.
Microprocessor maker is starting a company to manufacture and supply photovoltaic cells for makers of solar panels.
The $1.2 billion park will have enough space for 70,000 workers and will produce software for export, design circuits and chips, and train technology workers.
Using a new woven fabric technology, coupled with a new coating process, DuPont said it has found a way to deliver improved ballistic performance.
National Statistics Bureau reported China's investments in construction, factory equipment and other such assets totaled $585 billion.
New TV consumes less energy than comparable regular models without compromising image quality -- the latest in Sony's efforts to woo buyers with green products.
Investor confidence dropped amid soaring food and oil prices and fears of an upcoming interest rate rise, a closely watched survey showed.
Chip manufacturing equipment maker proposed to buy Mentor Graphics Corp., a maker of electronics testing software, for $16 per share.
Two lawsuits allege that EADS managers misled investors about the company's financial health and its ability to meet delivery targets for the A380.
Sagging demand for large sport utility vehicles has forced Ford to temporarily close a Michigan factory for nine weeks starting June 23.
Crude oil futures hit a record near $140 a barrel Monday as investors shrugged off Saudi Arabia's promise to boost production and instead focused on a weaker dollar.
Government's increasing pessimism toward corporate performance is a gloomy sign for Japan's economy, which has recovered in recent years mainly due to the robust business sector.
World's largest steelmaker said it will buy Louisiana's Bayou Steel for $475 million and had increased its stake in the Turkish steel company Erdemir to 25 percent.
Steven Hochhauser joins Ingersoll-Rand as president of its Security Technologies Sector, a $3 billion business that makes homes and business environments safe, secure and productive.
German industrial conglomerate announced the acquisition of BJC, Spain's No. 3 supplier of electrical switches and socket outlets.
Rapid growth in China's industrial output rose 16 percent in May, buoyed by strong exports and domestic demand, according to data released Monday.
Sandvik Tooling has reached an agreement to acquire 49 percent of the shares in Precorp Inc., based in Spanish Fork, Utah.
About 3,000 auto workers were laid-off when production ground to a halt after component parts they rely on could not be shipped due to a fuel protest in Spain.
An almost two-week long blockade at the GM Canada plant in Oshawa, Ont., had been dismantled early Monday, according to a Canadian Auto Workers Union official.
InBev warned Anheuser-Busch against doing a reported deal with Mexico's Grupo Modelo SAB, saying it could endanger the premium price it is willing to pay.