Canceling the orders could deprive the Chicago-based plane maker of one of its largest customers. Lion Air Group, which in 2017 became the first company to commercially operate a MAX jet, Boeing’s latest iteration of the 737, is one of the world’s top buyers of the planes.
Disney is trying to find a buyer for Fox’s 22 regional sports networks, which it acquired as part of the deal
As Walt Disney DIS -2.48% prepares to close on its acquisition of 21st Century Fox FOX -0.95% assets, the last act in the deal making drama is under way. This time Disney will be the seller, but getting a good price will be tricky.
Amazon, Apple and Microsoft are in a tight race for the title of world’s most valuable public company.
Amazon is now in the running in a three-way race to become the world’s most valuable public company.
Speaking at the company’s annual developer conference in Beijing, Xiaomi founder and CEO Lei Jun said AI and IoT will be the core strategy of his company’s business in the next five to 10 years.
AT&T Inc. is putting its new Time Warner arsenal of media properties to work, rolling out not one but three streaming video services to compete with Netflix Inc
One of the new products launching late next year will be a movies-only plan, the company said on Thursday. Another will have original programming as well as blockbuster films. And the highest-priced choice will include content licensed from other companies.
Last year Eni sealed its first deal in Oman, winning a majority stake in offshore acreage and selling on part to Qatar Petroleum. This year it took a first step into Abu Dhabi, paying $875 million for stakes in two oil concessions and then buying part of the giant Ghasa gas field from state oil group Adnoc.
Amazon, Emerges as an Advertising Giant, Its push challenges the big ad sellers, including Facebook, Google and TV networks
Amazon.com Inc. handles nearly half of all online sales in the U.S., giving it a popular platform and a wealth of consumer data. Now it’s on track to become the next juggernaut of online advertising
Google will verify the identities of people placing political adverts through its services around the time of the European Parliament elections in May 2019
The new vetting steps for political adverts come as large technology businesses including Google and Facebook have come under criticism for their role in allowing Russian election meddling and fake news stories to spread online.