Company combining PepsiCo North America and PepsiCo International operations in the Americas and dividing its food and beverage businesses in that region.
Airline also plans to lease six additional 787s; the order, listed as worth $4.5 billion, is the largest purchase of the model by any Latin American company.
Once the legal documents have been notarized, the merger will take effect Nov. 13, completing the $41 billion process that creates the world's largest steel maker by volume.
Vietnam's economy is growing more than 8 percent a year, and foreign investment is expected to reach $13 billion this year.
Airbag and seatbelt maker to supply chemical heat packages for Alexza Pharmaceuticals' single-dose Staccato system.
The computer's once-dominant monopoly on processing power is encroached by gadgets like smart phones that act like pocket-size computers and Internet-connected game consoles.
Six-month delay for its A400M military aircraft has some investors worried EADS will see a 'mini A380 scenario' in terms of a financial impact.
Canadian dollar reaches an all-time high as news spreads that the economy created nearly six times more jobs than anticipated in October.
Consumer Product Safety Commission officials contend trips provide a way for the commissioners to meet with manufacturers.
Commerce Department reports orders placed with U.S. factories rose 0.2 percent in September after a 3.5 percent drop the previous month.
Payrolls grew by a surprisingly strong 166,000, a sign the employment climate is holding up relatively well against the strains of a housing collapse and financial turbulence.
Jittery consumers have put off big-ticket purchases in response to the troubled housing market and high gas prices.
Ford is selling the brands, part of the company's Premier Automotive Group, to concentrate on growing its core business in the U.S. market.
Manufacturers say the California standards would raise the cost of cars and reduce their offering of sport utility vehicles and pickups.
Automaker cutting up to 10,000 hourly jobs and 2,100 salaried jobs through 2008, eliminating shifts at five assembly plants and cutting four vehicle models.
At 50.9, the sector is balancing between growing and declining as the slowdown in the financial, housing and transportation segments has spilled over into manufacturing.
Despite Labor Department's report of a bigger-than-expected drop of 6,000, analysts predict unemployment to increase in coming months, reflecting a slow economy.
Commerce Department report of 0.3 increase was just lower than analysts' expectations of 0.4 percent growth, raising fears consumers will avoid shopping in coming months.
Network gear maker aims to double manufacturing in China, which has the world's second-largest population of Web users after the United States.
Aircraft maker delayed delivery of first 787 by at least six months because supply chain problems complicated the final assembly.
Union workers at the company's Louisiana Mill vote to accept wage cuts, hoping the concessions will preserve the plant and their jobs.
General Electric is getting $2.8 million in tax breaks from the city and county of Schenectady for the additional jobs, $39 million investment.
Despite lighter U.S. demand, companies still could post better-than-expected numbers because of a higher demand abroad.
The proposal, which won unanimous approval, would be the first U.S. FTA with guarantees to set standards for labor and the environment.