Fixing the world's largest atom smasher will cost at least $21 million and may take until early summer, its operator said after an electrical failure shut down the $10 billion machine.
U.S. FDA will open three offices in China in an unprecedented effort to improve the safety of exports headed to America amid recurring product safety scares.
Economy slid into a recession for the first time since 2001, Japanese government said, as companies sharply cut back on spending in the third quarter amid the global financial crisis.
Bill to rescue the troubled U.S. auto industry with $25 billion in emergency loans inched forward when the Senate said it will begin debate Monday and hold a test vote two days later.
InBev's buzz comes with a slight hiccup -- it must sell subsidiary Labatt USA before regulators let the Belgian company buy out St. Louis-based Anheuser-Busch.
Shares of Boeing Co. dropped Friday morning after the aerospace manufacturer said it is delaying the production and delivery of 747-8 freighter and intercontinental airplanes.
Manufacturer of high precesion laser cutting machines says Mike Bacon is rejoining the company as Vice President of Sales and Marketing.
Nation’s leading distributor of milk and dairy products said Friday it has appointed Greg McKelvey to the newly created position of chief strategy and transformation officer.
Sholom Rubashkin, former CEO of an Iowa slaughterhouse raided by immigration authorities earlier this year, was arrested Friday on new charges accusing him of bank fraud.
Three more plaintiffs filed lawsuits against troubled Eclipse Aviation, seeking refunds of deposits they put down when they ordered Eclipse 500 light jets.
Airbus parent company said Friday it rebounded to a profit in the third quarter thanks to lower costs for restructuring and fewer delays to aircraft programs.
French automaker said it will cut production at five sites after sales in October plunged more than 14 percent from a year earlier amid fallout from the financial crisis.
With too much meat on the market, high prices for commodities and fuel and weaker demand, Thanksgiving is bringing turkey producers little to celebrate this year.
Santa Clara, Calif.-based company says it will cut up to 18 percent of its global staff over the next year as sales of its high-end servers have collapsed.
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Consumers, taking a beating from the worst financial crisis in decades, cut back sharply on their spending in October, pushing retail sales down 2.8 percent, the biggest drop on record.
United Launch Alliance, blaming the worsening economy which has slowed the demand for rockets, will lay off 350 workers early next year at facilities in four states.
Businesses cut back on their inventories by a larger-than-expected amount in September, a possible sign of falling confidence in the face of a worsening economic slump.
Semiconductor equipment maker said Friday that Applied Materials Inc. and Francisco Partners will no longer pursue an offer to buy its front-end operations.
Spokesman for Adam Opel GmbH, which is owned by GM, says it will seek help from the German government as the financial crisis grips European car makers.