Oil and gas producer will use proceeds of sale to pay down debt.
Automaker has plans to develop eight cars in China by 2015, where it’s broken ground on two new plants.
Acquisition would make the Japanese-based manufacturer the world’s biggest maker of heating, ventilating and air conditioning systems.
Exports in the Asian country fell to just 1% in July, well below June’s growth 11.3%.
MKZs will be made in North America.
Operations onboard the offshore rig have been suspended pending investigation.
Job cuts will save the company $95 million a year by 2015.
Will supply material to a planned $300 million separation facility.
Verdict against Samsung deals a blow to the Android market.
Bets on foreign markets and energy investments as holding the key to growth.
Ford Motor Co. is building a sixth plant in China as part of an effort to increase its sales in the world’s largest auto market.
The company that couldn’t save Saab from bankruptcy has sold a 29% stake to manufacture SUV with China’s Youngman.
Peter Kennedy is also re-elected to national secretary-treasurer.
Scientists say the unique oil mixture carried by the pipeline would react differently than conventional crude if spilled.
Analysts say the economics aren’t there.