United Airlines strikes compensation deal with Boeing for Max groundings, delays 

United Airlines says compensation terms stem from damages incurred in the first quarter thanks to the Boeing's BA 737 Max 9 groundings and certification delays for the 737 Max 10 aircraft.

CSX Revenue, Profit Fall Despite Rising Freight Volumes 

Intermodal volume led the railroad's volume gains in the first quarter with 7% year-over-year growth.

A Rejuvenated UAW Aims to Unionize Volkswagen Workers 

The union is aiming to use the momentum from Detroit deals to expand in the South by organizing a plant owned by a foreign automaker.

Alaska Air Resumes Flights After Technology Problem 

The carrier says there might be residual delays throughout the day Wednesday.

Tesla Tries to Revive Elon Musk's Big Payday After Court Rejected It 

The multibillion-dollar compensation deal was previously struck down in court.

Zuora Stock Spikes on Report It Could Be Acquired 

The company is a provider of subscription management software.

New Maui Fire Report Shows the Role Hawaiian Electric Power Line Played in Deadly Blaze 

Hawaii attorney general's report offers details about high winds and a downed power line on the day catastrophic flames engulfed Lahaina on Maui last summer.

Boeing's Quality Complaints Mount as Another Whistleblower Comes Forward 

Congressional hearings on Wednesday examined the plane maker's safety practices.

Eli Lilly reports positive data for weight-loss drug as sleep apnea treatment 

Zepbound reduced apnea effect by up to 63% and achieved about 20% weight loss after a year.

Prologis Warns of Slowing Industrial Real-Estate Market 

The world's largest industrial property company logged better-than-expected revenue in the latest quarter but warned of a slowdown in warehousing markets in the coming quarters.

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