Pharmaceutical and health care products company said the move will expand the facility's capacity by 50 percent.
Electronics maker is 'exploring various investment opportunities in southeast Asian countries,' but hasn't settled on a location.
Workers returned to a Vietnamese factory on Monday to make Nike sneakers, one week after a strike over a wage dispute closed the plant.
South Korean automaker is satisfied with sales levels in the U.S. and has no plans to cut production at its factory there, a top executive said.
Deal for Alcon Inc., which makes Opti-Free contact lens solution and has 14,500 employees worldwide, would be one of the largest in Swiss history.
Billion-dollar complex will carry out the entire shipbuilding process from cutting steel and engine assembly to block manufacturing.
Chemical maker will sell its 40 percent stake in UP Chemical Co. to Woori Consortium for $112 million.
Stankiewicz International will open a manufacturing plant in Vance, Ala., creating more than 180 new jobs over the next three years.
Japan's top maker of steel girders has stopped exports with the strong yen and soaring steel scrap prices cutting into profit.
Growth in India and China will keep driving the global economy despite a slump in the United States, India's commerce minister said.
German manufacturing orders dropped 0.5 percent in February from the previous month due to weaker foreign demand.
Moscow expects to sell at least three submarines to Venezuela in a deal to be inked when President Hugo Chavez visits next month, Russian news media said.
German shoe company will keep its U.S. headquarters in Portland, Oregon, but cut jobs there to gain a competitive advantage in the domestic market.
Influential Chinese companies that want to avoid foreign competition are the biggest threat to more economic reform in China, says U.S. Treasury Secretary.
UPM-Kymmene Corp. opened a new labelstock plant in Dixon, Ill., as part of a $420 million global program to expand label manufacturing.
European regulators partially approved Heineken's bid for the assets of brewer Scottish & Newcastle in Britain, Belgium, Finland and Portugal.
Top EU and U.S. consumer safety officials launching a joint initiative aimed at making Chinese manufacturers and regulators improve product safety standards.
Government officials say Toyota received support only in government rebates for Prius buyers, but zero funding for developing the popular model.
Antitrust chief Neelie Kroes called for new rights of compensation for consumers and businesses that fall victim to antitrust violators across Europe.
Security seal manufacturer will shift production from Angola, Ind., to Monterrey, Mexico, eliminating 62 local jobs by September.
South Korean automaker called on dealers in the United States to bolster sales after a mixed performance there during the first quarter.
Automaker is outsourcing some of its computer technology work, a move that will eliminate about 200 full-time salaried jobs.
American negotiators at a U.N. climate conference say calls for steep emission cuts could further rattle economies, especially in the developing world.
Concerned about overseas piracy of U.S. goods, unions have stepped up their opposition to patent reform legislation pending in the Senate.
Chinese solar wafer maker signed a 10-year contract to supply multicrystalline solar wafers to Moser Baer Photo Voltaic.