Companies had been collaborating on projects since 1999.
Paulson, Omi say financial markets are healthy despite recent pullback.
Paul D. Ericksen will be in charge of purchased materials, strategic supplier relationships and lean implementation.
Boeing says lack of orders forcing production line shutdown; 7,000 Boeing employees, 25,000 supplier employees could be affected.
Workers at company's largest slaughterhouse vote down union by 3-to-1 margin.
SME site aims to inspire youth and cut down on labor shortages in the industry.
New price increases for hot- and cold-rolled steel are in addition to increases announced earlier in 2007.
Critics wonder about Baroody’s impartiality after he was selected by Bush to serve as chairman of the CPSC.
Project agreement could result in thinner, lower cost OLED flat panel displays for commercial sale.
UPS cites decision by Airbus to divert workers to passenger version of A380.
Sanyo is defending itself after a worldwide recall of computer batteries.
Toyota North America president, Jim Press, was named the 2007 Automotive Industry Executive of the Year in January 2007.
Costa Rica is now the only Central American nation that has not joined the trade accord.
Company holding seminar March 29 at Michigan State.
Sale of APCO to Trident IV is part of auto company's strategic business plan.
Strike is to protest job cuts and closing of manufacturing plants.
Deal is from Army Tank-automotive and Armaments Command.
Ford slipped 13 percent, GM was up 3.4 percent, and DaimlerChrysler dropped 8 percent.
The companies cite growing demand and tightening supply as reasons for price increases.
Financially-strapped airplane manufacturer will focus on troubled passenger version of the aircraft, after UPS postpones delivery order on freight version.