Gov. Steve Beshear said the state has authorized a tax incentive plan to bring a California-based Zero Air Pollution, or ZAP, electric car plant to southern Kentucky.
Pharmaceutical services provider has named Scott Neilson to the position of Chief Operating Officer responsible for AAIPharma’s global drug development services operations.
Machinists union announced it has reached a tentative deal with aircraft maker Hawker Beechcraft that could end a strike at the company's plants in Wichita and Salina, Kan.
U.S. Customs and Immigration Enforcement official says agents have raided Howard Industries in Laurel.
Prime Minister Vladimir Putin backed proposals allowing Moscow to renege on some commitments it has made during World Trade Organization accession talks.
Maker of flow-control and motion-control products said it intends to launch a buyout offer for Norway's Vmetro ASA, which makes computer components.
Saab offered to sell 85 JAS Gripen fighter jets to the Netherlands, going head to head with Lockheed Martin for a lucrative deal to replace the country's aging F16 fleet.
Thousands of angry farmers protested Sunday outside a Tata Motors factory that manufactures India's $2,500 car, demanding the return of their lands.
Research equipment maker said shareholders will meet in October to vote on the previously announced $6.7 billion buyout by competitor Invitrogen Corp.
Principal unit of medical device maker Baxter International said Monday it licensed an antibiotic surgical implant sponge from privately held Innocoll.
Snowmobile and all-terrain vehicle maker named Claude J. Jordan president and chief operating officer effective immediately.
Japanese food and beverage company will buy Australia's Dairy Farmers for about $763 million as it seeks to make a global push amid slowing domestic sales.
Big Red's largest distributor, Dr Pepper Snapple Group, will take a minority stake in the Texas-based soft drink maker.
Aluminum maker will lay off about 300 workers at a Texas smelter and is suing the plant's power supplier, claiming it caused power disruptions that forced the firings.
Karl-Thomas Neumann new chief executive after a standoff over a takeover bid from Schaeffler that cost the German auto parts maker's previous head his job.
Paper warehouse, the construction company, the scrap yard, the steel fabricator -- one by one, all left their longtime homes at Duluth, Minn., Canal Park.
Celebration, which starts Thursday and is expected to draw over 100,000 people, also coincides with the 25th anniversary of the Harley Owners Group, or HOG.
More than 60 percent of surveyed consumers in Japan are buying more domestically produced food than they used to.
Maple Leaf Foods CEO Michael McCain told reporters that efforts to sanitize the facility were going well, and the plant could reopen, pending test results.