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Amazon on Monday unveiled a new kind of retail store, with no cashiers.
 
Ikea's U.S. division is offering longer parental leave to employees who are new parents, following similar overtures from tech companies like Netflix as it strives to keep good workers in an improving job market.
 
McDonald's is still planning another US expansion: CEO
Artisan burger buns, cage-free eggs and table service are some of the changes McDonald's is promising in the U.S. as it scrambles to update its image and win back customers.
 
Malaysia Airlines Bhd (MAS) has benefitted from a combination of an aggressive marketing strategy and the adjustment in passenger service charges (PSC) for flights within the ASEAN (Association of Southeast Asian Nations) region.
 
Nissan Motor Co. is testing self-driving cars at one of its plants in Japan that can tow vehicles on a trailer to the wharf for loading on transport ships.
 
Apple has revealed it is investing heavily in autonomous vehicles in a letter asking the government to make it easier to develop self-driving cars.
 
Starbucks' Schultz to step down as CEO
Starbucks Chairman Howard Schultz is stepping down as CEO of the coffee chain he joined more than 30 years ago and transformed into a global brand.
 
Danish prosecutors have charged the Dutch company behind the ride-sharing service Uber with "helping to commit illegalities" after an appeals court last month upheld a conviction against a driver for violating Denmark's taxi laws.
 
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This photo taken in Portland, Oregon, Thursday, Dec. 1 shows a coffee travel mug that Seattle-based coffee chain Starbucks has introduced bearing sketches of notable Oregon landmarks, including Crater Lake National Park, food carts in Portland and Ashland's Shakespeare Festival.
 
Princess Cruise Lines will pay a US$40 million penalty after pleading guilty to seven federal charges in an illegal ocean pollution case that involved one ship's use of a so-called magic pipe to divert oily waste into the waters, authorities said Thursday.
 
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