MI Inc.'s $108 million planned bid would give the company 80 percent stake in Japanese two-way radio equipment maker Vertex Standard Co.
$185 million deal means the privately held industrial combustion controls business will become a part of Honeywell's Environmental and Combustion Controls unit.
Wisconsin-based maker of motion-control and power generation products bought the business from Indian company Alstom.
Conglomerate hopes to expand its portfolio for the metalworking industry; Simi Valley, Calif.-based Standard Abrasives employes about 375 people.
With cigarette consumption declining, Altria Group hopes Black & Mild cigar maker John Middleton boosts noncigarette sales.
After the $1.2 billion deal, U.S. Steel renames the smaller company U.S. Steel Canada Inc. and becomes the world's fifth-largest steel producer.
Finnish engineering and technology company hopes acquisition of Mueller, worth $8.6 million, will strengthen its metal recycling business.
Bleach maker is looking to enter 'natural' products market; Burt's Bees personal care products must contain 95 percent natural ingredients.
South Korea-based Samsung's acquisition of an image sensor developer was the electronics company's first in more than a decade.
French steel tube maker buying Atlas Bradford Premium Threading & Services, TCA and Tube-Alloy from Grant Prideco; companies have combined yearly revenue of $229 million.
Hannibal, Mo., site makes two key American Vanguard pesticides; company says move will signifcantly increase its organophosphate manufacturing capacity.
French aerospace company agrees to sell its Sagem Communications business in a deal worth $551.5 million.
Acquisition of Avon Bearings will expand Kaydon's offshore crane, construction and steel markets.
In the purchase of the troubled eye care products maker, New York-based firm Warburg Pincus also assumed $830 million debt from the manufacturer.
Sale of a former Daewoo assembly plant in southern Romania to Ford Motor Co. is still on track despite an investigation by the European Union on possible state-aid violations.
Brewer of Newcastle Brown Ale and Kronenbourg 1664 lager said that the $13.9 billion offer undervalued the unique strengths and market positions of Scottish & Newcastle.
EU regulators cleared German engineering giant to buy U.S.-based lab diagnostics producer, creating the world's largest provider of clinical diagnostics tests.
Company purchases the chemical and gas producer's high-purity process chemicals business for $74.6 million.
Merger between paper manufacturers Abitibi-Consolidated and Bowater Inc. receives all necessary regulatory approvals; newsprint mill sale part of Justice Department agreement.
Cisco says Navini Networks' technology will help company build WiMax, high-speed Internet networks, deep in markets where traditional Internet infrastructure is spotty or doesn't exist.
U.S. shoe giant hopes acquisition of Britain-based Umbro — which does business in more than 90 countries — will increase its presence in the global soccer market.
Manufacturer of heating, ventilation and air conditioning equipment has agreed to be acquired in an all-cash deal valued at about $1.8 billion.
EU regulators say $4.9 billion acquisition of Ingersoll-Rand's earth-moving division by South Korea's Doosan Infracore would not disrupt competition within the European market.
Maker of braking systems for elevators and wheelchairs bought All Power Transmission Manufacturing Inc., maker of specialty universal joints and driveline equipment.
Joint venture, which operates one of the Swedish auto safety systems maker 's nine manufacturing facilities in China, primarily produces seatbelts.