CAMBRIDGE, Mass. (AP)Â - Genzyme Corp. said Monday the Food and Drug Administration will not approve the potential Pompe disease treatment Lumizyme until the company fixes manufacturing problems at the company's Boston-area facility.
Jim Lane Biofuels Digest - November 17, 2009 Thanksgiving approaches and holiday baking looms - a week when family recipes are swapped and downloaded in huge volumes.
TORONTO - Coca-Cola Canada says it will have new plastic packaging for its bottles at the 2010 Olympics in Vancouver, with 30 per cent of the material derived from plants.
ARLINGTON, Va. - Acknowledging that their results are "not straightforward,"
DANVERS, Mass. (AP) - A woman whose home was destroyed and a man who lost his boat when an explosion shook a Danvers factory nearly three years ago have are suing a company that supplied chemicals they say were involved in the blast.
SAM HANANEL Associated Press Writer - November 16, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) - Some employers are pressuring workers not to report illnesses and injuries, just one problem that has led to widespread underreporting of workplace safety issues, according to congressional investigators.
Although the term â€œcarbon footprintâ€ has been added to the latest edition of Merriam-Webster's dictionary, few users of automated storage and retrieval systems (AS/RS) have added it to their corporate dictionary.
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MARK FAGAN Associated Press Writer - November 16, 2009 LAWRENCE, Kan. (AP) -
UPPER MARLBORO, Md. (AP) - Authorities in Prince George's County have charged five people in the large-scale theft of plastic pallets and delivery containers.
Matthew Perrone AP Business Writer - November 16, 2009 WASHINGTON (AP) -- Federal health regulators have found tiny particles of trash in drugs made by Genzyme, the second time this year the biotechnology company has been cited for contamination issues.
JEAN ORTIZ Associated Press Writer - November 16, 2009 OMAHA, Neb. (AP) - Three women who once worked at a Nebraska meatpacking company have sued their former employer, saying it violated a federal law aimed at protecting workers during mass layoffs or plant closings.
DAN GEARINO Associated Press - November 16, 2009 COLUMBUS, Ohio (AP) - Decades ago, the NBA instituted the shot clock to pick up the pace of the game. Today, Worthington Industries wants to see whether what works in basketball can also work in manufacturing.
MIKE STARK Associated Press - November 16, 2009 SALT LAKE CITY (AP) - The Utah oil refinery where there was a huge gas explosion earlier this month is shutting down until investigators can determine it's safe to reopen, federal officials said Friday. The Nov.
Greg Bluestein Associated Press Writer - November 13, 2009 ATLANTA (AP) - A former engineer for defense contractor Lockheed Martin Corp. claims in a federal lawsuit that the company knowingly used "defective" stealth coatings when building its F-22 Raptor jets.