Drug developer offered $4.5 billion in cash for its cancer drug partner Thursday, though the biotechnology company's board has yet to comment on the proposal.
Automakers report July's U.S. sales on Friday, and results are expected to continue downward trend that has plagued the industry all year.
Electronic capacitor manufacturer said Wednesday that about 200 of those jobs will be in the U.S. with the remainder at operations in Asia, Europe and Mexico.
Government agencies have seized more than $24 million worth of unapproved new drugs from St. Louis-based KV Pharmaceutical Co.
General Motors is reported to be planning to cut 15 percent of its U.S. and Canadian salaried work force by Nov. 1 as part of a plan to slash billions of dollars.
Maker of Budweiser and Michelob beers said its breweries in Houston and Fairfield, Calif. are installing technology using alternative energy that will be running by the year's end.
Spokeswoman says that Volkswagen, which announced its Chattanooga plant site selection just two weeks ago, is thinking about production of a second vehicle 'in the foreseeable future.'
Bill would require third-party testing for many toys, a key change in monitoring practices following a year in which 45 million children's products -- 30 million from China -- were recalled.
Executives at Nucor Corporation have said they're considering the Saint James Parish location and other foreign sites for construction of a $2 billion plant.
Industrial parts and equipment maker said Wednesday that it is selling its ATM business to a subsidiary of the South Korean manufacturing conglomerate Hyosung Corp.
Health-care products giant said it has bought one of China's best-known cosmetics companies, a move that will expand J&J's line of skin-care products in the Chinese market.
Spice maker said Wednesday the Federal Trade Commission has given conditional approval to its $604 million buyout of marinade and seasoning maker Lawry's.
Automaker will offer buyouts to employees at two Tennessee plants and eliminate a night shift at one plant because rising fuel prices and the economic downturn slowed truck and SUV sales.
American Trucking Associations said goods shipped by truck rose in June, but the trade group's chief economist suggested the nation's economy might not yet be on the road to recovery.
Ireland's unemployment rate hit 5.9 percent as economists warned that layoffs were spreading quickly to most parts of the economy.
French tiremaker blamed the slide on a 'significant drop' in the market for replacement tires in Europe and North America and a sharp rise in raw material costs.
U.S., Europe and other commercial powers grappled Wednesday with the magnitude of their failure to reach a new global trade pact, and traded blame for the collapse of seven years of talks.
General Motors has told dealers it will continue to offer leasing incentives in August, while it and other automakers continue to scrutinize their leasing practices.
China's soaring trade deficit cost Americans 2.3 million jobs and $19.4 billion in lost wages between 2001 and 2007, according to an Economic Policy Institute study released Wednesday.