Day after previous CEO steps down, David J. West — Hershey's chief operating officer — named company president and a director.
Tanya Clemons, who will also be chief talent officer, currently is a Microsoft Corp. executive.
European Union says the deal won't hinder competition in the European market; takeover will make Rio Tinto the world's biggest producer of aluminum and bauxite.
Chairman and CEO Jim Owens received the award from the National Foreign Trade Council for helping advancement of American foreign trade and investment.
Chocolate maker will close southwest England plant, cutting 700 jobs; company also will shift 200 jobs from another British plant to Poland.
Consumer chief Meglena Kuneva hopes faster communication would tip authorities off to potentially dangerous toys, leading to more rapid recalls.
Energy services company and electronics manufacturer acquires Hydrogen Safe Technologies.
Electrical products maker acquires manufacturer of high voltage condenser bushings for undisclosed price.
Toshiba, JFE say deal will allow Toshiba to expand its products to turbines for thermal generators of 100 megawatts and below.
Salem Baking's inner-state move from Winston-Salem to Mocksville has company planning to add about 30 jobs.
Packaging company expects the Caraustar acquisition, which includes six U.S. manufacturing plants employing about 260 workers, will add to earnings in the first year.
Energy technology company signs two contracts to license wind turbine technology to Canadian manufacturer.
World's largest passenger jet's current demonstration tour is part of the anticipated December certification of the aircraft/engine combination.
$25 million South Carolina facility, expected to employ 215 people, will produce grenades for the U.S. military in Iraq and Afghanistan.
According to Financial Times, the major manufacturer will auction off slow-growth brands like Folgers coffee, Pringles chips and Duracell batteries.
Ford and Toyota both reported a decrease in September sales, while GM reported a slight increase.
Nation's largest dairy producer will cut 600 to 700 jobs; chairman says market is the most difficult challenge the company has ever faced.
Food and Drug Adminiatration says Genzyme continued manufacturing the drug, Thymoglobulin, despite excessive levels of bacteria in early batches.
Electrical products maker's joint venture with China's Nature Science and Technology Co. will produce indoor switchgear products that meet IEC standards.