U.S. Treasury Secretary told Chinese leaders Washington is making progress in resolving the U.S. credit crisis, but cautioned there will be 'more bumps' ahead.
Automakers reported double-digit U.S. sales declines as demand for trucks and sport utility vehicles plummeted due to high gas prices, the housing slump and tightening credit.
Airbus parent vowed to defend top managers against charges they breached insider trading and market disclosure rules.
Germany's unadjusted jobless rate declined to 8.4 percent in March as an economic upswing in Europe's biggest economy helped support the labor market.
World Bank trimmed its 2008 growth forecast for China to 9.4 percent from 9.6 percent but said it should be robust enough to help drive the global economy.
Consumer-product maker acquired Aprica Childcare Institute Aprica Kassai Inc., a Japanese maker of strollers, car seats and other children's products.
U.S. drug maker announced plans to expand its manufacturing and research facilities in Ireland and hire another 170 people.
South Korea’s second-largest shipping company set up wholly owned overseas units in Russia and Dubai in a move to expand into the oil-rich countries.
Japanese automaker is establishing a North American research institute and plans to spend $100 million over the next four years on advanced research activity.
France's market regulator is initiating sanctions procedures and deepening its probe into market abuses at the parent company of Airbus.
More than 20,000 Vietnamese workers walked off the job at a plant that makes shoes for Nike, demanding higher pay to keep pace with skyrocketing prices.
Plane maker denies production delays for A350, as it unveiled a new interior for the midsize passenger jet to better compete with Boeing's fast-selling 787.
Plant will make small work trucks for GM's joint venture with Chinese automakers Wuling and Shanghai Automotive Industry Corp.
Memory chipmakers' shares rose on news Asian chipmakers will seek higher prices from customers after a year of depressed profit margins.
Airline will acquire up to 55 new Boeing 737-800 jets, and go ahead with previously-announced plans to buy six Airbus A380s as part of its fleet expansion.
World's largest chocolate producer, Barry Callebaut, will acquire a 60 percent stake in KL Kepong Cocoa Products as part of its expansion in Asia.
French liquor group outbid three other companies to buy Sweden's state-owned Vin & Sprit for $8.89 billion.
Yearly inflation in the 15 nations that use the euro hit a record high of 3.5 percent in March driven by rising fuel and food prices.
Malfunction risks in the rear wheel bearing force Malaysia’s national automaker to recall 34,000 Savvy supermini cars.
Generic drug maker Teva will pay $360 million for Bentley Pharmaceuticals in a move to expand operations in Spain.
Industrial production dropped 1.2 percent from the previous month as demand decreased for electronic parts.
Brazilian steel maker has held talks with French government officials on the possible purchase of an ArcelorMittal plant that unions say is set for closure.
Ontario government to give Ford Motor of Canada $17 million to reopen its Essex engine plant in Windsor and restore about 300 jobs.
India's investment in international companies and its rising middle-class has reshaped the country, spurring a national economic boom.