Nordic paper maker hopes $375 million investment will improve energy efficiency at the two European mills.
Vietnam's economy is growing more than 8 percent a year, and foreign investment is expected to reach $13 billion this year.
The computer's once-dominant monopoly on processing power is encroached by gadgets like smart phones that act like pocket-size computers and Internet-connected game consoles.
Six-month delay for its A400M military aircraft has some investors worried EADS will see a 'mini A380 scenario' in terms of a financial impact.
Canadian dollar reaches an all-time high as news spreads that the economy created nearly six times more jobs than anticipated in October.
Jittery consumers have put off big-ticket purchases in response to the troubled housing market and high gas prices.
Visy Industries Holdings, the world's largest privately held paper and packaging manufacturer, fined a record $32 million for price-fixing.
John Engler says Japan is likely to see more mergers and consolidations among companies, creating partnership opportunities for American manufacturers.
Japanese automaker is experiencing a trend of high-ranking U.S. bosses defecting to positions at U.S. automakers like Chrysler and Ford.
German wind-power turbine maker 's $72 million investment to more than triple its Chinese production by 2011.
As much as 80 percent of the active pharmaceutical ingredients used to make drugs sold in the U.S. are imported; an estimated 40 percent of finished drugs are made abroad.
After the $1.2 billion deal, U.S. Steel renames the smaller company U.S. Steel Canada Inc. and becomes the world's fifth-largest steel producer.
Network gear maker aims to double manufacturing in China, which has the world's second-largest population of Web users after the United States.
Indian firm behind the $1.6 billion plant, also in talks to open a refinery in Iran, assures Gov. Tim Pawlenty it won't do prohibited business in Iran.
Finnish engineering and technology company hopes acquisition of Mueller, worth $8.6 million, will strengthen its metal recycling business.
Aircraft maker delayed delivery of first 787 by at least six months because supply chain problems complicated the final assembly.
As part of a crackdown on shoddy products, 764 factories had their export licenses revoked or suspended 'because of various quality problems.'
Just Born, maker of the popular Peeps marshmallow chicks, is making its Spooky Friends treats for Halloween in China.
Despite lighter U.S. demand, companies still could post better-than-expected numbers because of a higher demand abroad.
Mining company to increase its supply of aluminum oxide to Norway's Norsk Hydro beginning in 2011 and continuing through 2030.
The proposal, which won unanimous approval, would be the first U.S. FTA with guarantees to set standards for labor and the environment.
The unsolicited $3.3 billion offer from Garmin, the world's largest maker of personal navigation devices, topped bid from rival TomTom.
Crystal division of Waterford Wedgwood wants to cut its work force in Ireland nearly in half and could shift much of its crystal production to lower-cost Slovenia.
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.