$4.2 billion deal is expected to close later this year.
Mexican chemical company Mexichem and Cleveland-based PolyOne Corp. will each own 50 percent of Colombian plastic maker Geon Andina.
French food group's purchase of Royal Numico NV would reinforce its position in the health food business.
Carlyle will keep Sequa's senior management team when it takes over the aerospace and automotive parts maker.
Japanese electronics maker is discussing the possibility of selling a stake in its U.S. unit, nuclear reactor manufacturer Westinghouse Electric Co.
Lear will postpone shareholder vote to July 16.
Wipro Ltd. is India's third-largest software exporter, but the company also has interests in such consumer products as detergent, lighting and diapers.
Major U.S. airlines hold 90 percent of military and aviation communications company ARINC Inc.
Satellite and broadcast network equipment-maker buys AeroAstro Inc. in a cash and stock deal totaling about $18 million.
World's second-largest Coke bottler outside the U.S. buys newly constructed facility near Moscow for $261 million.
Electrical component maker buys Danaher’s Joslyn Hi-Voltage and Power Solutions businesses for $280 million, and Drilling Technical Supply SA for $20 million.
European Commission approved the deal automatically after receiving no complaints from rivals and identifying no antitrust problems.
Hard disk drive maker said acquisition will strengthen its market position by integrating the media component.
Australia's CSR Ltd purchased Pilkington Australasia from Japan's Nippon Sheet Glass Co. Ltd. to expand building products division.
Sale to the Carlyle Group and Onex Corp. includes seven manufacturing plants in Indianapolis and Allison's global distribution network and sales offices.
$56.5 million deal will expand Mentor's presence in the surgical aesthetics field.
Germany's Salzgitter AG acquisition of Vallourec SA's Vallourec Precision Etirage would still allow for healthy competition.
European Commission said it could clear the $1.16 billion deal because it would not damage competition in the European market.
Parent company Ingersoll-Rand completes 10 days of ''management presentations'' shopping the equipment manufacturer to prospective buyers.
International Motion Control brings a complementary mix of products to expand ITT’s capabilities in specialty energy absorption and motion control applications.
Acquistion will allow the company to expand its product offerings to include temperature controllers, process management and data communication software.
Purchase expands Nucor's business in the metal buildings business.
E.D. Smith's products range from fruit-based products, which include jams, jellies and pie fillings, to sauces and syrups, as well as salad dressings.
Joint venture includes Laverda's ownership in Fella-Werke GMBH, a German manufacturer of grass and hay machinery, and its 50 percent stake in Gallignani SpA, an Italian manufacturer of balers.