Heart valve maker will sell its LifeStent line of stents to C.R. Bard Inc. for up to $140 million to focus on its core businesses.
Steelmaker said it would buy a Slovakian plant that supplies ferroalloys to its eastern European mills in the Czech Republic and Poland.
Pharmetics will acquire Patheon's operations in Fort Erie and Burlington, Ont., for $5.75 million and continue employing entire workforce.
Chief executive of automotive components and tire maker says company will focus on growth and not cost cuts after its acquisition of Siemens AG's VDO auto unit.
Some distributors of just Miller or Molson Coors products are looking at buying competitors as they grapple with rising costs for fuel, materials and labor.
Bankrupt snack food maker Jays Foods Inc. will close its plant on Chicago's South Side, putting 220 people out of work.
Motion-control systems maker purchased the manufacturer of equipment to protect temperature sensors from Bravura Ltd. for an undisclosed amount.
World's largest steelmaker agreed to buy NSD Ltd. for an undisclosed sum to boost its market share in Britain.
Automaker's Mitsubishi Fuso Truck and Bus Corp. acquired stakes in a pair of vehicle builders to strengthen its position in the Indonesian market.
Food maker says $7.8 billion acquisition of Groupe Danone cookie division will strengthen its presence overseas.
Regulators approve car parts maker's bid for Siemens' auto electronics unit, saying an investigation removed doubts the deal could hurt rivals.
CEO James Bouchard says it's time to work with the United Steelworkers to make Wheeling-Pitt a profitable, productive part of Esmark.
Steelmaker will be known as Esmark Inc. after shareholders approve a takeover bid by Illinois-based Esmark a day earlier.
Maker of Cessna airplanes and Bell Helicopters expects $26.4 million acquisition of the bankrupt aircraft manufacturer to close Dec. 4.
Paper maker’s $2.1 billion purchase of mills from Finnish paper giant Stora Enso Oyj approved by antitrust regulators.
Philips says the $2.7 billion acquisition will allow it to surpass rival General Electric Co. as the largest lighting company in North America.
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.
European antitrust regulators OK deal in which the U.S. electrical products maker will buy the embedded communications computing business of cell phone maker Motorola Inc.
Ohio-based Aleris International selling the business to mining and metals company Votorantim Metais for $295 million.
Sale to Germany's Vossloh AG includes assets held by Australian unit Thompsons, Kelly & Lewis Pty Ltd. that generated $11 million in 2006.
Japan Tobacco Inc. and and instant noodle maker Nissin Food Products Co. plan to jointly acquire struggling Katokichi Co.
Antitrust regulators requested the information as part of a review of the brewers' plans to combine operations in the United States and Puerto Rico.
World's third-largest brewer says the acquisition of second-largest Dutch beermaker will help Miller grow its premium brand business.
Semiconductor equipment maker buying the supplier of automated metallization and test systems for making solar cells to strengthen position in photovoltaic industry.