South Korea-based Samsung's acquisition of an image sensor developer was the electronics company's first in more than a decade.
Chinese Ministry of Railways orders 40 high-speed trains from Bombardier Sifang Power Transportation Ltd.
South Korean automaker invested $200 million to develop the new i10 that will be sold both in India and overseas.
Malaysian Association of Standards Users randomly tested 24 Chinese-made toys sold in Malaysia and found at least 16 contained excessive lead levels.
Vehicle exports in the April-September period grew 6.8 percent due to a surge in exports to Russia and the Middle East.
Job cuts are in addition to the 12,500 announced in February and together amount to 20 percent of the 82,500 workers employed by Alcatel and Lucent at the time of their merger.
Under fire for a host of recalls of Chinese-made toys, acting CPSC Chairwoman Nancy Nord says she won't heed Democratic lawmakers' calls for her resignation.
Airbus in talks to sell its A380 superjumbo jets to state-run Air India; Boeing officials skeptical of the need for such big planes in the Indian market.
Bob Nardelli praises the money-saving contract and says he hopes the company raises more cash by selling $1 billion worth of unneeded real estate and buildings.
The $110 million Cheong-Na Proving Ground in Incheon includes a vehicle testing ground, research and development facilities and labs.
The Canton Fair reported an 8.3 percent drop in attendance in wake of massive recalls; however, value of orders placed rose 3 percent.
French steel tube maker buying Atlas Bradford Premium Threading & Services, TCA and Tube-Alloy from Grant Prideco; companies have combined yearly revenue of $229 million.
In the United States, where one-fourth of the world's hops are grown, acreage fell 30 percent between 1995 and 2006, leading some to predict a 10 percent rise in beer prices.
Up next for Toyota and its rivals are far more powerful batteries for next-generation hybrids, plug-in electric cars and eventually zero-emission fuel-cell vehicles.
Effort by the world's largest hard drive maker to streamline operations will affect 780 workers — 1.5 percent of the company's global work force.
Germany emerging from a lengthy period of economic stagnation that pushed up unemployment and prompted Germans to tighten their purse strings.
Chinese automakers are beginning to target overseas markets, but policy makers in Beijing are already bracing for a backlash.
India's trade minister takes a defensive stand following report that Gap Inc. had sold clothes made by children in a New Delhi sweatshop.
Reported discovery of children as young as 10 sewing clothes for Gap Inc. in a New Delhi factory has renewed concerns about child labor in India.
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.
Personal care products manufacturer closing plant to help the company streamline operations and improve efficiencies; 115 jobs eliminated.
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.