Monday, February 15, 2016
Coca-Cola suspended bottling at three plants in India, including one in the parched northwest where farmers have been protesting the company's use of dwindling groundwater reserves.
Shares in the mobile payment services company Square rose sharply Friday after Visa disclosed the details of its ownership stake in the company.
Myspace still exists? It does, and the company that owns the once-ubiquitous social network is being bought by Time Inc. to help the magazine publisher target ads.
Germany's Deutsche Bank is offering to buy back more than US$5 billion worth of its own bonds in a show of financial strength after markets sold off its stock.
Sunday, February 14, 2016
Volkswagen resisted U.S. government efforts to recall more cars and trucks to fix potentially deadly Takata air bags -- telling safety regulators that a recall isn't necessary.
Saturday, February 13, 2016
A British parliamentary committee has grilled Google's president of European operations, questioning in blunt terms whether the Internet giant had paid its fair share of taxes.
Nokia Corp. saw fourth-quarter profit grow more than 50 percent to 498 million euros (US$560 million) on a slight increase in sales, but the telecom networks company cautioned it would face some "market headwinds," especially in China.
Uber said Thursday that it will pay US$28.5 million to settle two lawsuits that said the ride-hailing firm misled customers about its safety procedures and fees.
Friday, February 12, 2016
Twitter set out to build a virtual town square bustling with billions of people. But it's starting to look more like a novelty stand as the masses flock to other services that strike a more personal chord.
Tesla Motors posted its 11th straight quarterly loss Wednesday, and its results badly missed Wall Street's forecasts. But the electric car maker's shares soared anyway on news that its lower-priced Model 3 sedan is on schedule to be released next year.