Manufacturer of industrial power transmission and motion control products signed an agreement to divest its TB Wood's Adjustable Speed Drives business to Vacon.
Baltimore-based Visicu makes patient monitoring equipment; Philips said the purchase would help it expand its product and service offerings.
Joint venture will market Medtronic spinal products and Weigao orthopedic products in China.
Drug developer will sell the unit to private equity firm Avista Capital Partners for about $525 million as part of a restructuring plan.
Acquisition will create one of the world's largest makers of air conditioners and gives Ingersoll-Rand access to Trane's building and transportation cooling systems.
Carlsberg and Heineken must make an official offer for Scottish & Newcastle PLC by Jan. 21 or the two brewers will be barred from future bids for at least six months.
Move expands ON's business in analog and power products used in the automotive and industrial customers, and opens markets in the medical, military and aerospace sectors.
Bankrupt auto supplier to receive $447 million from the sale of its global steering and halfshaft business to a Los Angeles-based private equity group.
Deal expands Teradyne’s product line into the flash memory chip sector.
Electrical products and tools maker acquires Illinois-based GS Metals and United Kingdom-based Clarity Lighting for a combined $49 million.
Chemical and gas producer will sell its stake in its vinyl acetate ethylene polymers joint ventures to partner Wacker Chemie AG for $265 million.
Semiconductor maker paying $336 million for Genesis Microchip to expand its business as a supplier to the digital television market.
Largest bottler of PepsiCo drinks will buy Pepsi-Cola Batavia Bottling Corp. for an undisclosed price.
Acquisition would more than double PPG's sales in Europe, where SigmaKalon is the second-largest coatings company.
Orthopedic device maker plans to buy Altiva to expand its presence in the spinal products market.
Prospective buyer E2 Acquisition Corp. says the $1.35 billion deal has been delayed by talks between owner Mittal Steel and the United Steelworkers over payment of retiree benefits.
Rubber and plastic manufacturer said its acquisition by a private equity arm of investment bank Goldman Sachs Group Inc. is being delayed until April 30.
HP agrees to pay $117.5 million for Israel-based NUR Macroprinters Ltd., maker of industrial wide-format digital inkjet printers.
World's largest cement maker is buying Oasacom Cement, a leading player in the cement and building materials industry in the Middle East and Mediterranean basin.
Electronic components and instruments maker agrees to buy Impulse Enterprise, a San Diego-based maker of underwater electrical interconnection systems.
Hedge fund group run by billionaire Nelson Peltz increases holdings in chocolate maker to 4.5 percent.
Japanese drugmaker purchasing the U.S. biopharmaceutical company to boost its cancer drug business and sustain sales growth.
World's largest steelmaker will offer at least $1.65 billion for the remaining shares in China Oriental Group Co. that it does not own.
Justice Department approves cable and wire manufacturer’s $2.6 billion purchase of fellow communications equipment maker — with conditions.