Airline will take delivery of another six Boeing 737-800s in 2010, in an effort to speed up the replacement of gas-guzzling MD-80s in its fleet.
Executive said the company's gas-electric hybrid that will compete directly with Toyota's Prius will be priced lower than the current Civic hybrid.
Biotechnology giant rejects a buyout offer from its majority owner Roche, saying the $43.7 billion takeover bid undervalues the company.
German auto parts maker on Wednesday rejected another bid by rival Schaeffler KG to take it over, leaving the door open to more talks.
Officials deny suicide rumors after head of China's food safety watchdog died when he fell from a building on August 2 amid a probe into his financial status.
Number of unemployed people jumped by 60,000 in Britain, the government said on Wednesday -- yet more evidence of a looming recession.
General Electric's aircraft engine business selected the Cincinnati suburb of West Chester Township for a $55 million project to consolidate some local operations and hundreds of jobs.
Novolipetsk Steel signed an agreement to expand its presence in the U.S. by buying U.S. steel pipe and tube manufacturer John Maneely Company for $3.53 billion.
Retail sales dipped 0.1 percent, as a variety of economic woes combined to blunt the impact of billions of dollars in government stimulus payments.
Hit by faltering exports and wilting consumer demand, Japan is beginning to succumb to the onslaught of rising commodities prices and global economic turmoil.
Beijing is raising its sales tax on big cars to as high as 40 percent, and drastically cutting taxes on small cars, in its latest attempt to combat emissions.
Graphic Packaging International of Marietta, Ga., is closing a plant in Greensboro, N.C., leaving nearly 100 workers jobless.
Automaker will invest $445 million to build a diesel engine plant in Thailand and upgrade its existing assembly operations.
Economic growth is likely to slow to 7.7 percent, due to the drag of higher food and oil prices and tightening in credit and equity markets.
Medical device maker is rejecting a buyout bid from urology product maker HealthTronics Inc. because the $26.9 million offer is inadequate.
Automaker will invest $1.8 billion in a Detroit assembly plant, retooling it to make a new car-based sport utility vehicle and keeping over 400 jobs in Michigan.
Mark Fields, Ford's president of the Americas, said he is confident the company has enough cash to weather losses and make a profit again.
Energy watchdog declares it's too early to say whether the recent fall in oil prices is the start of a longer-term trend.
Ronald Kershner joins AAIPharma to lead the Company’s North American Biostatistics and Data Management Services groups.