updated - June 19, 2019 Wednesday EDT
American International Group, Inc. (AIG) has announced in a press release the formation of a new executive leadership team. The changes in the leadership team are designed to help execute the company’s strategic priorities and provide value to its clients around the world.
Wal-Mart Stores, Inc. has introduced Walmart Pay, a fast, easy and secure way for customers to pay with their smartphones in Walmart stores, according to a news release issued this week by the company.
Faraday Future, a new electric vehicle and future mobility startup company, has said in a letter published in the company’s website that they have selected North Las Vegas, Nevada for its $1 billion facility.
United Airlines, Inc. has announced in a press release that complimentary snacks will be offered on all of the airline’s flights within North America and Latin America by February 2016. The complimentary free snacks come as United Airlines prepares to bring illycaffe’s signature scuro dark roast coffee to United Club locations at the airline’s hubs in the U.S.
The Boeing Co. has announced in a press release the completion of the final assembly of its first 737 MAX 8, which rolled out of the company’s factory in Renton, Wash. on Nov. 30. The new airplane is on schedule for its first test flight in early 2016.
The European Commission has charged Qualcomm Incorporated with abusing its dominant position in the worldwide markets for 3G and 4G based chipsets, according to a press release issued by the Commission.
Yahoo!, Inc. will not be pushing through with its spinoff of its stake in Alibaba Group Holding Ltd., sources have told CNBC. The company would instead examine a deal that would involve its core business and its stake in Yahoo Japan.
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