Company will supply and maintain 35 freight locomotives for Belgian railway.
New site is part of the company's contractual obligation to produce a broad portfolio of multiple nonsterile specialty semisolid products for Johnson & Johnson.
Jose Manuel Barroso says current trade imbalance is 'unsustainable' and adds to anxieties about globalization and economic competition from overseas.
Norwegian-controlled Aker American Shipping ASA signed an option deal with its Aker Philadelphia Shipyard ASA unit to build up to 13 tankers.
Global mining giant wants to focus on its upstream mining expertise by eliminating Alcan's engineered products division.
Auto worker in Toyota suit said she was carrying out the automaker's quality-conscious method for spotting defects when managers demoted her.
Theft of intellectual property is estimated to cost the American economy $250 billion a year in lost sales, jobs and tax revenue, according to the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office.
Automotive Parts Manufacturers' Association of Canada says the federal loans are needed to save the country's largest export industry.
Japan's top automaker says global production climbed 14.4 percent in October, moving it closer to overtaking GM as the world's biggest automaker.
Deal to sell 160 passenger jets to China stands to push the European plane maker past Boeing in total commercial aircraft orders this year.
Northwest Airlines Corp. executives will look over the slow-selling A380 superjumbo during a visit to Minneapolis, the airline's home airport.
Automaker recalling the passenger cars to fix problems with a sensor that could lead to engine stalling.
President Putin orders creation of a state-run holding company that would oversee production and exports of high-tech industrial products.
Despite a massive capital and manpower infusion from the mainland, Taiwan's computer chip industry will likely maintain its edge over China until at least 2020 says researcher.
Purchase is the latest by Middle East investors who have become more aggressive in looking for investment opportunities overseas.
About 1,500 workers halted production at the Vsevolozhsk plant, near St. Petersburg, on Nov. 20 in a dispute over wages and overnight work hours.
Attorney says Samsung Group created a $215 million slush fund to bribe influential figures, adding to previous allegations of corruption at South Korea's biggest conglomerate.
European Union trade commissioner says that eight out of 10 fake goods seized at Europe's borders last year were made in China.
Software maker’s experience indicates industry's best hope for reducing piracy rests with anti-copying technologies rather than in policing legalistic user agreements.
Chip maker trying to stop the industry giant from making, using, selling or developing cellular chips based on contested patents.
Freightliner Group order for 30 freight locomotives puts GE Transportation in the U.K. rail freight market for the first time.
Luxury tableware manufacturer said it would lay off 490 of its approximately 1,000 workers at the crystal factory in Waterford, southeast Ireland — and focus on developing the plant's status as a tourism magnet.
Most observers expect it's only a matter of time before the luxury automaker moves to increase its 31 percent stake in Volkswagen AG.
International Trade Commission concluded that American industry was not threatened by imports of Chinese coated paper.
Australian company's CEO says takeover of Rio Tinto would be good for steel industry — but steel groups criticize the move, saying it will create an iron ore monopoly.