Nissan CEO Saikawa admits receiving improper payment: Jiji
Nissan Motor Co Chief Executive Hiroto Saikawa admitted to improperly receiving stock-related compensation, Jiji news agency reported, in the latest case of financial misconduct among executives at Japan's second-largest automaker.
Getting out -- tariffs push some US manufacturers to exit China
As fresh US tariffs on Chinese imports kick in, Illinois-based phone accessories manufacturer Ben Buttolph has been urgently moving production to other Asian countries despite the cost, inconvenience and deep uncertainty.
Boeing suspends testing of long-haul 777X aircraft
Boeing has suspended testing on its new long-haul 777X aircraft, the company said Friday, a setback that comes as it battles to rebound from the crisis surrounding the 737 MAX.
British Airways tells passengers not to turn up at airports, as airline's biggest ever strike begins
British Airways has told its passengers not to turn up at airports as the biggest strike action in the airline’s 100 year history begins on Monday.
Most British Airways Flights Cancelled As Pilots Begin Two-Day Pay Strike
British Airways flights were crippled on Monday as pilots launched a 48-hour strike in a dispute over pay.