American Airlines and JetBlue on Tuesday went to trial in an antitrust case that revolves around the carriers' Northeast Alliance.
As higher borrowing costs slow Canada's outsized housing market, investors are betting the Bank of Canada will raise interest rates to a lower end-point than the Federal Reserve, an outcome that could spell more trouble for the Canadian dollar.
Stellantis will provide financial support worth up to 1,400 euros ($1,350) to most of its employees in France and will bring forward salary negotiations to December to counter surging consumer prices, the carmaker said after talks with unions.
Disney World is currently open and operating as normal, but some attractions and hotels are closed on the resort.
Meta says China-based campaign aimed at US election
Nexi, Europe's biggest payment firm by volume, on Tuesday said it would increase profits more than markets expected over the next three years and generate around 2.8 billion euros ($2.7 billion) in excess cash.
Kia has received three confirmed reports of vehicle fires and 30 reports of "localized melting incidents" related to this recall.
The U.S. Department of Labor is expected to unveil a proposed rule in coming weeks that would make it harder for companies to treat workers as independent contractors, potentially upending the gig economy and other industries that rely heavily on contract labor.
Rock-bottom investor confidence in Britain will only recover if finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng scraps the economic plan that unleashed such turmoil in financial markets, leading economists, investors and banks warned on Tuesday.
Chinese healthcare and biotech firms are ripe for consolidation due to a sharp decline in valuations after the COVID-19 pandemic spurred over-investments in the sector, a leading local venture capitalist said.
Singapore dressed up to party like it's 2019 for F1 return
Exiled to Latvia, Russian free media defy Kremlin
Spare a thought for the beleaguered bitcoin miner.
Iran steps up activist, journalist arrests in protest crackdown
Dollar softens after rally but Asian stocks struggle to recover
Putin grants Edward Snowden Russian citizenship
Stocks fell Monday, continuing a weeks-long slide as governments fight inflation with rate hikes and tax cuts.
Bank of Nova Scotia said on Monday it appointed Scott Thomson, a board member for six years, to succeed Chief Executive Officer Brian Porter, a move that came as a surprise due to the new CEO's lack of familiarity among bank investors.
Walmart released two new immersive experiences in the Metaverse within the virtual community Roblox, called "Walmart Land" and "Walmart's Universe of Play."
Biden jumpstarts UN reform push but prospects remain low
Dallas Cowboys owner Jerry Jones touched on a few important business topics related to the NFL.
Recent profit warnings from bellwether companies like Ford Motor Co, may signal more challenges ahead for corporate America, increasing wariness for investors as the stock market deepens its sell-off.
The governors of the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB) voted on Monday to fire Mauricio Claver-Carone, a person with knowledge of the vote said, after an investigation showed the only American president in the bank's 62-year history had an intimate relationship with a subordinate.
Monte dei Paschi di Siena faces a tight schedule to secure cornerstone shareholders for a share sale of up to 2.5 billion euros ($2.4 billion) after an election pause during which investors were non-committal ended on Monday.
Turmoil in British financial markets forced mortgage lenders to temporarily withdraw and reprice products for new customers on Monday, a real-world consequence of the market volatility thrown up by finance minister Kwasi Kwarteng's mini-budget last week.