British Airways Union Tells Pilots to Settle Costly Pay Dispute
British Airways' pilots union has recommended its members settle a long-running dispute over pay, potentially averting further industrial action that has cost the airline millions of dollars and led to the cancellation of thousands of flights.
Tesla Unveiled a Bulletproof Pickup. Then the Window Broke.
Elon Musk embraced unorthodox design choices with Tesla's all-electric pickup to wow truck buyers and help differentiate it. But the features he is promising could dent the commercial prospects of the vehicle Mr. Musk has dubbed Cybertruck.
Foot Locker Shares Fall Following Disappointing Holiday Outlook
Foot Locker shares fell after the sporting-goods retailer gave a disappointing outlook for the holiday-season quarter as it struggles to expand its apparel business.
Airbnb Operating Chief to Step Down
Airbnb Chief Operating Officer Belinda Johnson has decided to step down as the company prepares to go public.
Smucker Lowers Sales Outlook
J.M. Smucker Co. said sales in its pet business are dragging, a fresh sign of trouble in a unit the food maker was counting on to help make up for slack packaged-foods demand.
For 'Frozen 2,' Toy Makers Let It Flow
Hasbro and Jakks Pacific are among the toy makers flooding the zone with licensed merchandise ahead of Walt Disney Co.'s "Frozen 2," which opens this weekend.
AutoNation Names New Finance Chief
AutoNation said it has tapped Office Depot Chief Financial Officer Joseph Lower as its new finance chief.
How the Saudi Aramco IPO Came Back to Life
To revive oil giant Aramco's long-delayed initial public offering, the Saudi crown prince has slashed through his bureaucracy to silence or remove naysayers.
L Catterton-backed Il Makiage Buys AI Startup NeoWize
Il Makiage, a beauty brand backed by L Catterton, has acquired Israeli artificial-intelligence startup NeoWize to deepen its use of AI programs so shoppers can buy its products online more easily.
Levine Leichtman Capital Acquires Tool Maker Milton Industries
Levine Leichtman Capital Partners has acquired Milton Industries, a provider of tools and accessories for end markets including aerospace, defense, vehicle service and agriculture.