Qatar Airways became on Thursday (January 15) the first airline to start regular flights with Airbus's most advanced plane, the A350, throwing down a challenge to Germany's Lufthansa at its home airport.
Amazon has hit a few bumps in the road, most notably disappointing earnings last quarter. But CEO Jeff Bezos urged investors on Tuesday (December 2) to stay tuned. He says that while Amazon Prime Air service may be delayed in the US and the Fire phone has been a flop - the company has been and will be profitable.
The chairman of Britain's biggest grocery chain, Tesco announced his resignation on Thursday (October 23) after the company reported a bigger than expected hole in its finances and said accounting transgressions went back further than initially thought.
Drivers working for the rideshare service app Uber protested in Santa Monica, California on Wednesday (October 22) for what they say is unfair treatment by the company. Several dozen drivers gathered at the event - one of many that were planned all over the world on Wednesday in cities where Uber has a presence.
Volkswagen officials along with state and local officials from Tennessee celebrated on Tuesday (July 15) the announcement that the German automaker will open an SUV (Sports Utility Vehicle) plant in Chattanooga.
US drug maker Pfizer hinted it had "options" to raise its proposed $106 billion (£62.9 billion) offer if AstraZeneca would engage in talks, as its boss was grilled by UK lawmakers on Tuesday (May 13) about his commitment to British research spending and jobs.