The US Justice Department has sued to prevent United Airlines from acquiring an additional 24 flight slots at Newark Liberty international airport, in a move that could potentially endanger the airline’s expansion plans.
EasyJet is to introduce a loyalty scheme for frequent flyers, as the pioneering low-cost airline celebrates its 20th anniversary.
The Serious Fraud Office has dropped fraud charges against Japanese camera-maker Olympus and its UK subsidiary Gyrus Group relating to an accounting scandal four years ago.
Victoria’s Taxi Association has abandoned industrial action and campaigning as a response to Uber, admitting the industry has not responded well to customer criticism.
More than a quarter of Britain’s largest companies are failing to explain to investors the criteria by which top executives are awarded bonuses, according to PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Nordea, the €190bn (£135.6bn) Scandinavian fund manager, has become the first major investor to signal it is preparing to sue Volkswagen over the carmaker’s manipulation of emissions tests.
Japan's Toshiba Corp. reported on Saturday a second-quarter operating loss and said it has sued five former executives, including three former chief executive officers, over their roles in a $1.3 billion accounting scandal.
AstraZeneca has agreed to buy ZS Pharma, the US biotech company, for $2.7bn (£1.8bn) in cash, thwarting the ambitions of a Swiss rival in the deal-hungry pharmaceutical sector.
ArcelorMittal blamed cheap Chinese imports for depressing the price of steel as the world’s biggest steelmaker scrapped its annual dividend after losing $1.3bn (£860m) in the first nine months of 2015.
Businesses in Britain’s services sector enjoyed a rebound in growth last month but were more nervous about hiring new staff before this month’s EU referendum, according to a survey.
A group of MPs investigating working conditions at Sports Direct are to discuss applying sanctions on Mike Ashley after the retailer’s billionaire founder said he would defy a parliamentary summons to appear before the select committee.
BHS department stores are to disappear from British high streets after almost 90 years, with 11,000 workers losing their job.