European Union officials acknowledge that the economy may grow more slowly as businesses start to feel the pain of higher oil prices, a high value euro and a banking crisis.
The 11-inch XEL-1, which will go on sale this month, is Sony's first television for the U.S. to use organic light-emitting diode technology.
Manufacturer spending $2.3 million for 33.5 percent stake in a local crucible maker to 'significantly reduce' costs of purchasing crucibles from abroad.
Competition is intense among the latest video game machines, pitting Sony's PS3 against Nintendo's popular Wii and Microsoft's XBox 360.
Automaker says it expects production at its Mexican plant to rise 9.5 percent this year to a record 450,000 units.
GE unit buying manufacturer of high accuracy coriolis mass flowmeters to broaden its current flowmeter technology offerings.
Automaker’s first factory in South America is expected to have an annual production capacity of 100,000 vehicles.
Industry analysts say new executive vice president position to expand alliances with overseas automakers shows a new sense of urgency to find partners outside of North America.
Airplane maker blew past an order record of 1,044 it set two years ago, selling 1,413 commercial jets in 2007 while delivering 441 planes, its best showing in six years.
Air Force is expected to select a contractor by Jan. 31; Boeing is competing against Northrop Grumman Corp. to make 179 KC-767 planes.
Jeroen Van der Veer said global emissions cuts will be more difficult than most people realize because developing nations rely on fossil fuels to meet most of their increasing energy needs.
Accenture's study results indicate that supply chain professionals are doing better at collaborating and communicating with customers than they were two years ago.
South Korean automaker will probably return to profitability in 2008, helped by new vehicles and updated models.
Ford has entered into 'focused negotiations at a more detailed level' with Tata, meaning Tata has become the preferred bidder for the storied British automakers.
At least three dueling wireless technologies for high-definition TVs will be on display at the Consumer Electronics Show which starts Monday.
Automaker started production of its midsize A6 luxury sedan in India, with the aim of producing more than 2,000 cars a year by 2015.
Pittsburgh-based paint and coatings manufacturer finalizes $3.2 billion acquisition of SigmaKalon Group of the Netherlands.
Molson Coors Brewing and owner of the Corona brand have created a joint venture to import and sell Modelo's beer in Canada.
Jeju Air ordered five 737-800 aircraft, Boeing's best-selling passenger plane, worth $370 million at list prices.
Economy contracted for the first time in more than four years as weakness in manufacturing outweighed windfall growth from a construction boom.
Global sales this year are forecast to reach 3.11 million vehicles — up 19.6 percent from 2007 — generating $49 billion in revenue.
Most of the aircraft makers’ orders came from carriers in Asia, the Middle East and Europe, which have been expanding and upgrading.
Speculation has been growing that Japanese electronics makers will join forces to be more competitive.
Acquisition is one of a steady stream of takeovers by Philips' medical arm, which rivals General Electric Co. as the world's largest medical equipment maker.