Global supply chain services company has named transportation expert Don Anderson as Vice President of Transportation Services.
Pennsylvania plastics plant that recently lost Proctor & Gamble as a major customer has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection while it mulls a possible sale to Ohio investors.
Amount of melamine found in two samples of chocolate made at British candy maker’s Beijing factory was legally acceptable for human consumption, said authorities.
Company officials said Monday they temporarily closed the plant because of a shortage of raw materials used in producing tires and to reduce the company's tire production.
German drug maker's executive board chairman said he doesn't know who the unknown bidder is and that Merck would not bid alone for ImClone.
By Tom Krisher and Ken Thomas, Associated Press Writers If credit remains locked up and auto sales continue to slump, the federal government's $25 billion loan package for the auto industry could be a huge help in keeping Detroit's downtrodden automakers afloat, according to lawmakers and industry analysts.
With Washington trying to finagle a $700 billion rescue for the nation's financial system, the federal money sought by other projects is starting to look like chump change.
National Bohemian hasn't been brewed in Baltimore for 30 years, but that hasn't kept Mr. Boh, the beer's iconic one-eyed mascot, from the hearts of Baltimoreans.
High-speed integrated circuit maker is acquiring Kenet Inc., which designs chips for the conversion of analog to digital signals, for an undisclosed amount.
General Electric unit bought instrument maker MicroCal for an undisclosed amount, a move GE said will bolster its drug discovery technology offerings.
Swedish truck and bus maker said it plans to lay off around 1,400 workers at truck plants in Belgium and Sweden to adjust to falling demand in the European market.
September's reading still hovers near an historic 16-year low and does not fully reflect the financial meltdown that has rocked both Wall Street and Main Street in recent days.
Company said it is selling IntuVue weather radar systems to Airbus for use on the A320, A330 and A340 aircraft.
Agriculture equipment maker is forming a joint venture with India's Ashok Leyland Ltd. to manufacture backhoes and four-wheel-drive loaders for sale in India and overseas.
President Bush warned on Tuesday that the economic damage will be 'painful and lasting' if Congress doesn't revive the $700 billion package.
Biotechnology company said Tuesday that Mitchel Sayare, who has led the company for most of its history, will give up his role as chief executive on Jan. 1, 2009.
Delaware judge has refused to allow Hexion Specialty Chemicals to walk away from a $6.5 billion buyout of chemicals maker Huntsman Corporation.
Company sold its condiments business in France to Lesieur, which is indirectly held by Sofiproteol, the financial unit of the French oilseed producer.
Japanese unit of Dell said Tuesday it has found 13 cases where its desktop computers have emitted smoke due to possible defects in the power supply unit.