Cigarette maker Lorillard will keep a close eye on Capitol Hill next week as lawmakers consider measures that could threaten sales of its lucrative menthol-flavored brand, Newport.
Information from the Fed's 12 regional banks suggested that 'the pace of economic activity slowed somewhat since the last report' issued in June.
Statistics Canada reported that the nation's annual inflation jumped to 3.1 percent in June from 2.2 percent the previous month, the biggest one-month leap since September 2005.
Management of Zarlink Semiconductor won a bitter battle over the future direction of the troubled company with 60 percent of proxy votes supporting the current board of directors.
Ed Fagundes joins electronic measurement and interface instruments manufacturer as Director of Manufacturing.
Beverage giant has selected Victorville as the location for its new Western manufacturing and distribution hub, serving California and parts of the Southwest.
Kraft will fund the collection of used packaging associated with its products for TerraCycle to upcycle into goods like purses and backpacks.
Ox Bodies is closing its plant in Bennettsville, S.C., immediately as it consolidates operations because of a downturn in the trucking industry.
Second-largest commercial airplane maker's second-quarter earnings fell 19 percent after it took a previously disclosed charge of $248 million from a defense program.
Minnesota-based Pentair Inc. says it will close its Sheboygan plant by June and eliminate about 350 jobs.
As long as the changeover from internal combustion engines to electric vehicles is somewhat gradual, industry officials say they can manage the demand.
Japanese minister and the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations are aiming for a comprehensive free trade agreement by the end of this year.
After complaints surfaced about the colorful plastic clogs getting stuck in escalators, Crocs says it will start including tags on escalator safety with the shoes.
Meeting behind closed doors in Geneva aims to break a stalemate between rich and poor countries over liberalizing trade in agriculture and manufacturing.
Company says it will add more than 100 workers to its plant in Lenoir, N.C., because of increased costs of doing business overseas.
Ex-chairman of the South Korean conglomerate appealed his conviction for tax evasion, days after prosecutors filed a similar appeal, a Samsung official said.
Pharmaceutical giant plans to buy Arius Research Inc. for $190.4 million as the latest in a series of purchases of North American biotechnology companies.
GE's joint venture with an Abu Dhabi government investment company will pump $4 billion of outside capital into its weakened commercial finance business.
Israeli generic drug maker completed a $360 million acquisition of Bentley Pharmaceuticals, which will expand its operations in Spain.
U.S. private equity firm dropped its bid to buy a stake in a Chinese construction equipment maker, after multiyear talks that stirred nationalist opposition.