Boeing Logs First MAX Order Since April
Boeing booked its first 737 MAX order since April but also reported cancellations for 22 of its 787 Dreamliners, which will leave the embattled aerospace giant seeking more customers for its twin-aisle jets
Robinhood Joins the Online Cash War
Robinhood Markets plans to offer a new higher-yielding cash account, in a bid to grow from its commission-free trading roots as bigger rivals scrap trading fees.
Arizona Wavers on Purdue Pharma Opioid Settlement Terms
Arizona, an initial backer of Purdue Pharma's proposed settlement of opioid-related claims from state and local governments, took aim at aspects of the deal, which has divided state attorneys general nationwide.
Oracle to Make 2,000 Hires in Cloud Push
Oracle Corp. plans to hire roughly 2,000 employees to bolster its cloud computing activities, underscoring how tech companies are ramping up their efforts to secure a larger share of the fast-growing and lucrative data-storage service business.
Activision Suspends Esports Player Who Backed Hong Kong Protesters
Activision Blizzard suspended an esports competitor from one of its tournaments for backing antigovernment protesters in Hong Kong as tensions intensify between Beijing and the NBA over a similar expression of support.
Domino's Tempers Outlook as Delivery Battle Heats Up
Domino's Pizza, the chain that helped popularize delivery, is losing sales to newer rivals for that business.
Sony: Next PlayStation Coming Next Year
Sony said it would release its next-generation videogame console, the PlayStation 5, in time for the 2020 year-end shopping season.
Nissan Sets New Leadership to Confront Sales, Alliance Challenges
Nissan Motor named a new chief executive and said the company would be led by a three-person team that will try to reverse a profit slide and repair relations with alliance partner Renault.
Vodafone to Close 15% of European Retail Stores, Expects 40% of Sales to Be Digital by March 2021
Vodafone Group is to close 15% of its European retail outlets as part of a transformation of its wider estate which will see 40% of its stores upgraded.
IBM Beefs Up Supply-Chain Tools With AI
The company is bundling a number of its supply-chain management tools into a single platform enhanced with artificial-intelligence capabilities.