World's largest steel producer said Friday that it would acquire the remaining minority stake in its Czech unit for $89 million.
Company will close its plant in Ardmore, Okla, that makes dental implant products by the end of the year, affecting 125 employees.
Inventories held by businesses rose for a fourth consecutive month in April while total business sales increased for a 13th consecutive month.
Dayton Superior, an Ohio-based manufacturer of construction products, will locate a manufacturing plant and distribution center in Braselton.
Seven mechanics at Xerox manufacturing hub in New York and three owners of a forklift company were charged with bilking printer and copier maker out of $4.1 million.
Snowmobile maker Arctic Cat Inc. says it will begin manufacturing some of its own snowmobile engines in St. Cloud beginning after the 2014 model year.
Industrial output surged a surprise 17.6 percent in April over last year, as strong investment activity returns Asia's third-largest economy to pre-crisis levels of growth.
Maynards Industries says it can't find another company to move in to the stamping plant in Twinsburg, Ohio, and plans to auction the facility's equipment and remaining assets.
Clearwater Paper, which makes bathroom tissue and paper towels, will build a distribution center and production plant in North Carolina that should employ about 250 workers.
World's second largest stainless steel maker, Outokumpu Oyj, to invest $650 million in expanding steel production in Sweden and ferrochrome production in Finland.
Automaker says work will resume Friday at two car assembly plants in southern China that were paralyzed by a strike at a parts supplier.
Strike that stopped Hyundai's production in India for two days called off after automaker agreed to consider rehiring dozens of workers dismissed after violent protests.
Automaker said it will invest $300 million to update manufacturing facilities in Kokomo, Ind., where it will build new eight-speed transmissions starting in 2013.
Heavy equipment maker says it will invest about $100 million to modernize the John Deere Foundry in Waterloo, Iowa, over the next 4 to 5 years.
General Motors' Opel unit wants loan guarantees totaling more than $1.2 billion from Germany, where it has four plants.
Company said its Chinese joint venture will build hydrogen production facility for PetroChina that can produce over 90 million standard cubic feet of hydrogen per day.
General Motors said it should wind up with about 5,000 dealers in July after keeping 900 dealerships that the automaker had originally planned to cut loose.
As workers continue to strike at automaker's Indian plant, Hyundai says each halted day of production costs the company more than 2,000 cars worth $13.8 million.
German automaker says it hopes to sell more than 2 million cars in 2010 in China and open four new plants there in the near future.
Circuit board maker said a fire in an electrical distribution hub in a factory in Zhongshan, China, on Sunday caused production to stop for an undetermined period.
Fourth strike since 2008 forces Hyundai to stop all production in India, the latest in a series of union battles that have pushed Hyundai to move some production to Turkey.
Officials asked Bristol-Myers Squibb not to shut down a plant which makes AIDS drugs, saying the move will jeopardize the lives of thousands of babies.
Malaysian national carmaker said VW will not collaborate with it because the German automaker 'has other priorities,' the second time talks between the two have failed.
Government data shows that industrial orders in Europe's biggest economy were up 2.8 percent on the month in April following a strong rise in March.
Chief of Holcim's U.S. division called the company's new $1 billion Missouri plant the largest and most environmentally efficient cement plant in the U.S.