U.S. and European trade officials hoping recent progress in World Trade Organization talks will persuade major developing countries to open up their manufacturing markets.
Nonprofit company behind the show plans to dispatch auditors to factories, ports and stores to check for lead and other problems in the toys its licenses.
European Union consumer chief asked for details of toy maker's new quality control measures and warned the company it faces a major task to rebuild trust in the industry.
Consumer Product Safety Commission leaders say Congress should increase their power and budget; one commissioner said 'we are all to blame' for lead-tainted toys.
Underwear maker is closing a Honduras facility as a result of 'a shift in product demand and the ongoing consolidation,' according to company officials.
The medical device maker over the next three years will add to workforce at new plant for cardiac rhythm management devices.
Auto parts maker shuttering factory to reduce production overcapacity in the region.
To overcome skilled labor shortage, country will ease job restrictions for Eastern European engineers and foreigners with German university degrees.
Toymakers in recent recalls tell Congress that their Chinese suppliers assured them products were virtually lead-free.
Jim Prentice is focusing on an area that typically has clamored for government attention and intervention.
Facing investigations over bribery and corruption allegations, company creates executive board position to oversee legal and compliance matters.
German pharmaceutical company acquiring Renovis for $151.8 million to expand research into treatments for inflammatory diseases.
Companhia Siderurgica Nacional SA planning three 4.5-million-metric-ton slab plants over the next four years.
Aircraft maker forecasts Beijing will spend $340 billion on planes over the next two decades as its domestic air travel market is expected to grow nearly fivefold.
Chet Culver traveled to Germany, Denmark and Spain, to speak at Europe's largest wind energy show and try to lure European companies to Iowa.
The head of Canadian Manufacturers and Exporters says if manufacturers don't adapt to new strong dollar, they will die.
Bush administration holding daylong conference to examine issues such as regulation, education and ways to bolster innovation.
Electronics company says it is looking at ways to improve its chip operations but hasn't reached a decision.
President of the U.S. Toy Industry Association says U.S. toy safety standards are 'excellent, but it was the toy safety testing and inspection process that had failed us' in recalls.
Beijing launches aggressive campaign to win back consumer confidence by issuing new regulations, cracking down on violators and setting up a Cabinet-level panel to monitor quality.
Janssen-Cilag jobs eliminated as U.S. parent company tries to cut costs as exclusive patent rights to top-selling drugs expire.
Danish beer maker forms a joint venture with state-owned Hanoi Beer & Beverage Corp. to build a brewery in southern Vietnam.
Fertilizer and oilseeds company says acquisition marks its entry into the sugar and sugar-based ethanol production businesses.
Every shipment of American poultry, snack foods and other products is now inspected — compared to the 5 percent of imports China previously inspected.