Industrial and specialty gas distributor Airgas Inc. said that it bought Industrial Welding Supplies, expanding its distribution network in three southern states.
The logistics subsidiary of Caterpillar Inc., the world's largest maker of construction and mining equipment, said Friday it opened a parts distribution center in San Luis Potosi, Mexico.
An Indian environmental panel has suspended clearances for South Korean steel giant Posco to build a $12 billion steel plant in India.
Foreign Trade Zone procedures could exempt Fisker from customs duty payments on foreign components used in export production, which Fisker expects will account for about half of the plant's shipments.
The world's largest maker of computer networking equipment said it plans to acquire ClearAccess to broaden network management tools for homes and mobile devices.
The major Japanese semiconductor maker aims to improve its performance by consolidating and enhancing production efficiency, as the company expects to see a 57 billion yen net loss for the current year.
The Finnish phone manufacturer is counting on Microsoft Corp.'s software to turn its fortunes around and provide it with an entry into the U.S. market.
Due to a series of delays in the Dreamliner's development by Boeing, delivery of the aircraft to JAL and other airlines was more than three years later than originally planned.
Dow Chemical Co. plans to invest an undisclosed amount in a new manufacturing plant in Saudi Arabia that will make coating materials for use in that country and for export to markets worldwide.
The Kansas-based company is joining with Aviation Industry of China and the municipal government of Chengdu, where the three plan a joint venture to produce midsize jets.
The head of Airbus says up to 2,000 jobs are at risk because Chinese airlines have frozen orders for 55 jets worth $14 billion in protest at the European Union's emissions trading plan.
Japan posted its first trade surplus in five months in February on a recovery in auto and electronics exports to the United States.
More U.S. drilling has not changed how deeply the gas pump drills into your wallet, math and history show.
The Commerce Department is imposing new import fees on solar panels made in China, finding that the Chinese government is improperly giving subsidies to manufacturers of the panels there.
Jaguar Land Rover and China's Chery Automobile Co. plan to start a joint venture to make and sell luxury vehicles in China, the companies said Wednesday.
There is always an opportunity to succeed just as much as there is one to fail.
Bolivia's government says the country possesses more than 70 percent of the world's reserves of lithium.
On the subject of invention, there are those who insist that creativity cannot be forced, and those who insist that process and tools drive strong innovation.
United Technologies Corp. said that it will sell its rocket engine and wind power businesses to help finance its $16.5 billion purchase of aerospace supplier Goodrich Corp.
Julian Fantino said that Canada is considering "if and when" to sign a contract for the Lockheed Martin manufactured jet.
The Wisconsin manufacturing company says its acquired Maquigeral for part of its power systems group.
I think it is becoming more obvious that we are indeed in a trade war with China, and we are losing.
President Barack Obama warned China Tuesday that it would not be allowed to gain a competitive advantage in world trade by "skirting the rules."
The United States, the European Union, and Japan filed complaints with the WTO charging that China is limiting its export of rare earths that are vital to the production of technology components.
The Brazilian government officially asked Mexico to set a $1.4B annual limit on the auto exports it ships to Brazil, an official with direct knowledge of trade talks between the nations said.