Health and Human Services Secretary Mike Leavitt says toymakers need a proactive approach by making sure toys are safe before entering the country.
Automaker's chairman refutes claims that new vehicle, called "the people's car," will add to traffic chaos and increase carbon emissions in India.
The deal between the energy storage company and Tianjin Lishen Battery will incorporate the companies' respective ultracapacitor and ion battery technology.
Electronics maker hoping to boost number of video games for the struggling PlayStation 3; move follows last month's price cuts for the game console.
World's third-largest brewer says the acquisition of second-largest Dutch beermaker will help Miller grow its premium brand business.
Experts predict Puerto Rico is in danger of losing its position as a top five global drug-making center unless it offers better incentives and shifts more toward research.
South Korean company expects to sell 100,000 of the new QM5 in 2008, 35 percent at home and 65 percent overseas, doubling vehicle sales.
Sale to Brazil steelmaker Gerdeau SA will leave the engineered products maker's building products unit as a standalone business.
Semiconductor equipment maker buying the supplier of automated metallization and test systems for making solar cells to strengthen position in photovoltaic industry.
Cells with higher efficiency rates can produce more energy from fewer panels, but the efficiency of the company's newly-commercialized cells fell below pilot run.
Officials at the electronics manufacturer say the decrease of 1,630 employees in six months is not part of restructuring.
Susan Schwab says progress has been made in the areas of agriculture and manufacturing, and she believes a world trade agreement could be reached before Bush leaves office.
Chairman of the Japan Iron and Steel Federation says a melding of two of the largest raw-materials suppliers is undesirable for industrial competition and pricing.
To meet demand for its GEnx engines, GE will expand jet engine production rates by more than 50 percent in the next three years.
United Arab Emirates-based investment firm buys 8.1 percent stake in No. 2 microprocessor maker Advanced Micro Devices for $622 million.
Beijing is eager to raise China's status from low-skilled factory labor to higher-paid technology jobs; 15 year outsourcing base plan promises tax breaks and aid to high-tech businesses.
Spreading bribery scandal renews old concerns about the perceived power and influence of the ''Republic of Samsung'' — as the conglomerate has been called.
To meet growing demand, state-owned Vietnam Airlines will purchase four planes and new joint venture Vietnam Aircraft Leasing Co. will purchase eight aircraft.
Shanghai Volkswagen — China's third biggest passenger-car maker by sales last year — recalling Passat models due to locking system problems.
Company to deliver solar modules with 60 megawatts worth of annual generating capacity to Spain, considered a key market for the solar industry because of government incentives.
Automakers are focusing clean-car concepts on the country because of its environmental crises, fuel shortages and pollution resulting from its embrace of the automobile.
Navigation device maker says it won't pursue its bid to acquire Dutch digital mapmaker Tele Atlas and instead signed a six-year contract extension with Chicago-based Navteq Corp.
Software maker to acquire privately held engineering software company Robobat for $42.5 million cash; deal originally made in 2006 but wasn't completed.
Congressional advisory panel says Chinese spying in America threatens U.S. technology; recommends lawmakers consider financing counterintelligence efforts.