Comments Off on FedEx CEO challenges NYT publisher to public debate after tax story
FedEx Corp Chief Executive Frederick Smith has challenged the publisher of the New York Times & Co and the editor of the business section of the newspaper to a public debate in response to a story about the company’s tax bill.
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Boeing Co this week will present to the board of its largest 737 MAX customer, Southwest Airlines Co , an overview of its plans to return the grounded jet to service, a spokesman for the airline said on Monday.
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The Trump administration on Monday issued a new 90-day extension allowing U.S. companies to continue doing business with China’s Huawei Technologies Co Ltd as U.S. regulators continue crafting rules on telecommunications firms that pose national security risks.
Comments Off on Beyond Meat vs Zhenmeat: The battle for China’s meatless market
U.S. plant-based “meat” makers targeting China like Impossible Foods and Beyond Meat Inc will need to battle homegrown rivals which are developing local favorites such as dumplings and mooncakes to nab a share of the lucrative market.
Comments Off on California to stop buying GM, Toyota and Fiat Chrysler vehicles over emissions fight
California said on Monday it will halt all purchases of new vehicles for state government fleets from GM, Toyota, Fiat Chrysler and other automakers backing U.S. President Donald Trump in a battle to strip the state of authority to regulate tailpipe emissions.
Comments Off on T-Mobile CEO Legere to step down next year
T-Mobile US Inc Chief Executive Officer John Legere will step down next year, the company said on Monday, less than three weeks before it goes to trial to determine the fate of its planned $26.5 billion merger with smaller rival Sprint Corp .
Comments Off on Factbox: Who is doing what in China’s plant-based meat business
While China is no stranger to food using vegetarian ingredients to give a meat-like flavor, the buzz around Beyond Meat and Impossible Foods in the U.S. is driving a series of Chinese companies to roll out similar pea or soy-based meat products.
Comments Off on Qantas Airways sets $1.36 billion annual spending target
Qantas Airways Ltd is targeting annual spending of about A$2 billion ($1.36 billion) and expects capacity growth to be little changed in the second half of fiscal 2020, the airline said in a presentation on Tuesday.