updated - January 29, 2020 Wednesday EST
The top U.S. auto safety regulator said on Friday that other carmakers must move to address potential cyberhacking vulnerabilities of their vehicles after several cybersecurity experts showed it is possible to remotely take over Internet-enable vehicles.
Footwear and sports apparel giant Nike Inc. is set to settle a lawsuit filed against the company for selling a popular company device that allegedly supplies inaccurate data on users fitness activity.
Several top U.S. companies have promised to support the Obama administration's latest initiative to address climate change, committing $140 billion in investments to reduce carbon emissions ahead of a United Nations summit this year.
AT&T Inc., the second largest wireless carrier in the United States, announced on Friday that it had completed its acquisition of DirecTV, the leading pay TV company in the country, a deal valued at $48.5 billion that creates the biggest cable company in the U.S.
Following its sale of the daily newspaper Financial Times to Japanese media group Nikkei, Britain's Pearson confirmed on Saturday plans to sell its stake in weekly business magazine The Economist as the British firm continues to exit the media business.
US healthcare insurer Anthem, Inc. announced on Friday a deal to buy rival Cigna Corporation for $54.2 billion to create the largest player in the industry,but the transactions is expected to draw scrutiny from regulators amid concerns that the consolidation may limit options for consumers.
JPMorgan Chase & Co will pay $388 million in exchange for settling a lawsuit by investors who claimed they were misled by the bank on the soundness of purchasing $10 billion worth of residential mortgage-backed securities it sold before the financial crisis.
Google Inc added close to $65 billion to its market value last Friday, after it outperformed profit expectations on the strong performance of its Youtube business and in anticipation of more disciplined spending.