1. Please scan the QR Code 2. Please add the WeChat account: apdnews
Taiwan's Foxconn will continue to pursue an acquisition of Toshiba Corp's chip business, a day after the troubled conglomerate chose a rival suitor as the preferred bidder, the head of Foxconn's Japanese unit said.
Boeing revised up its rolling 20-year industry forecast for passenger and freight planes by 4 percent on Tuesday, though signs at the world's biggest air show suggest a cooling of demand at the moment after years of red-hot growth.
Britain's biggest carmaker Jaguar Land Rover (JLR) will hire 5,000 more staff as it boosts its skills in autonomous and electric technology, a welcome business endorsement as Prime Minister Theresa May starts Brexit talks after a botched election.
Uber Technologies Inc. Chief Executive Officer Travis Kalanick told staff he plans to take a leave of absence, without disclosing a return date. The company will be run by a management committee as it tries to navigate a wave of scandals.
The German Transport Ministry has ordered the KBA watchdog agency to examine the emissions of sports car maker Porsche (PSHG_p.DE), a unit of Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE), a ministry spokesman said on Monday following a critical media report.
Airbus could move production of new aircraft models out of Britain if the European plane-maker's "non-negotiable" demands over the free movement of people and trade tariffs are not delivered in upcoming Brexit talks, the Sunday Times reported.
The comedy Lost in Thailand became China's highest-grossing domestic film in 2012, with box office revenue of 1.26 billion yuan ($185 million), but when the movie hit the big screens in North America the next year, it flopped, making a mere $60,000.
Japan's factory output rebounded in April at the fastest pace in almost six years. The increase is adding to growing signs of improvement in Japan's economy.
The growing spending power of China's middle class and its increasing interest in healthy food are creating good conditions for exports of Californian almonds, said Richard Waycott, chief executive officer of the Almond Board of California.
Ford Motor Co. will cut 1,400 salaried workers in its North America and Asia Pacific operations by the end of September.