One minor injury reported as flames and clouds of black smoke soared above the Barton Solvents plant, and exploding barrels could be seen jetting into the sky.
Products being removed from stores come with a cup that does not mark the half-teaspoon level recommended for children 2-5; replacement products will be available in November.
John Cataldo will lead major business development activities globally, including alliances, partnerships, joint ventures and key multi-region, product-related programs.
European Union called for a 'crisis meeting' to evaluate the airworthiness of Bombardier Q-400 turboprops after three crash landings prompted SAS to drop the planes from its fleet.
No one has been reported ill from the Listeria monocytogenes contamination found in the 7.5-ounce package of Kroger Smoked Salmon Dip.
Personal care products manufacturer closing plant to help the company streamline operations and improve efficiencies; 115 jobs eliminated.
GM invested $118 million in its Baltimore transmission plant for production of a 2-Mode hybrid transmission, including new machinery and tooling and a 100,000-square-foot addition.
Douglas R. Conant will succeed Samuel A. DiPiazza, Jr., as Chairman of the Board of Trustees.
Ministers for food safety and health from 10 countries agreed to unify the standards with international requirements on food products to facilitate regulation and enforcement.
Steel industry group Eurofer says steel producers are asking the European Union to slap a 40 percent surcharge on soaring imports of below-cost Chinese steel.
Critics contend India's Special Economic Zones, set up to attact foreign investment, force farmers from their land or cheat them on its value.
French aerospace company agrees to sell its Sagem Communications business in a deal worth $551.5 million.
Columbia-based MTH Electric Trains had sued Lionel LLC, a century-old brand, accusing it of stealing train designs through a Korean subcontractor.
Canadian Auto Workers’ leader Buzz Hargrove voiced disappointment with a deal he said fails to resolve issues of foreign competition and health care.
Besides favorable manufacturing and tax regulations, gun makers are also looking for areas where gun ownership is viewed more favorably.
Damages could result from the cost of finding another supply of battery components for Pentax's new digital camera, as well as losses from the launch delay.
Westlake Chemical investing $90 million to expand production of chlor-alkali and PVC resin at its Calvert City, Ky., plant.
Swiss pharmaceutical company will invest US$700 million in the production facility.
Japanese automaker and India's Ashok Leyland investing $500 million to jointly develop and manufacture light commercial vehicles.
Beyond cutting costs for energy and waste, embracing sustainability can improve a manufacturer's reputation, get better performance out of employees and foster innovation.