Two shareholder lawsuits filed this week accuse the board of Google parent Alphabet of playing a direct role in covering up sexual misconduct claims against two former executives over the last five years.
Fiat Chrysler Automobiles NV has agreed to a settlement worth about $800 million US to resolve claims from the U.S. Justice Department and state of California that it used illegal software that produced false results on diesel-emissions tests, according to court filings on Thursday.
BP PLC is in the lead to acquire the U.S. onshore shale oil and gas assets of BHP Billiton Ltd after submitting an offer worth well in excess of $10 billion US, people familiar with the matter said on Friday.
A U.S. government transportation agency says the driver using autopilot in a fatal Tesla Inc. Model X crash in California in March did not have his hands on the wheel in the six seconds before the crash.
Tesla Inc. chief executive Elon Musk said on Tuesday that building 5,000 Model 3s per week by the end of June was ‘quite likely’ as the company’s production lines were now demonstrating the ability to make 3,500 vehicles per week.
Facebook Inc. on Sunday rejected claims by the New York Times that it had allowed Apple and other major device makers ‘deep’ access to users’ personal data saying any such links were tightly controlled and largely subject to users’ consent.
U.S. job growth accelerated in May and the unemployment rate dropped to an 18-year low of 3.8 per cent, pointing to rapidly tightening labour market conditions, which could stir concerns about inflation.
Pan American Silver Corp. became the latest company to curtail operations in Mexico due to rising violence and crime, saying on Monday it has faced security incidents along the roads used to transport personnel and materials to its Dolores mine.
Union members representing Canadian Pacific Railway Ltd’s conductors, locomotive engineers and communications employees have served a notice to strike as early as May 29, according to a union statement released on Saturday.