By Joseph White DETROIT (Reuters) – General Motors Co and its Cruise robo-taxi subsidiary said early Saturday they will take action to stop Ford Motor Co from using the name “BlueCruise” to market its
SHANGHAI (Reuters) – China’s market regulator on Saturday said it would bar Tencent Holdings Ltd from exclusive music copyright agreements and fined the company for unfair market practices in the
SAO PAULO (Reuters) – The superintendence of Brazil’s competition regulator Cade said on Friday it viewed an asset sale by Brazilian telecom Oi SA as “complex,” suggesting that TIM, Telefônica Brasil
By Hugh Bronstein and Maximilian Heath BUENOS AIRES (Reuters) – Ships leaving the Argentine grains hub of Rosario on the Parana River are having to cut cargoes by 25% due to severely low water levels,
By Alwyn Scott NEW YORK (Reuters) – The global insurance industry is poised to recover more quickly and forcefully from the pandemic than it did after the 2008 financial crisis, despite such obstacles
By David Shepardson WASHINGTON (Reuters) – United Airlines wants the federal government to step in to address congestion problems at Newark Liberty International Airport as a runway repair project
(Reuters) – Former chief executive officer of Virgin Galactic Holdings, George Whitesides, will fly to space on the aerospace company’s next test spaceflight, CNBC reported on Friday.
DETROIT (Reuters) – Electric car startup Rivian said on Friday it has closed a $2.5 billion fundraising round led by investors Amazon.com, Ford Motor Co and T. Rowe Price.
By Jonathan Saul, Muyu Xu and Yilei Sun LONDON/BEIJING (Reuters) -A new worldwide wave of COVID-19. Natural disasters in China and Germany. A cyber attack targeting key South African ports.
By Lewis Krauskopf NEW YORK (Reuters) – The rally on Wall Street faces a fresh test next week with a flood of earnings reports from major U.S. companies, including the tech and internet behemoths that