Airbus says it's harder to hit the target of jet delivery for bugs

PARIS (Reuters) – European aircraft manufacturer Airbus softened its most important jet delivery target on Wednesday, warning it would be a "bigger expansion" after a series of industrial problems. The…

The US presence at the Cuba show is dwindling in the face of Trump's hostility

HAVANA (Reuters) – A yellow excavator, forklift and other heavy equipment from the US company Caterpillar (CAT.N.) shine on Cuba's annual trade show and reflect hopes of increased US-Cuban trade…

Uber defends his business model against British workers' rights

LONDON (Reuters) – Uber defended his business model at the Court of Appeal on Tuesday in the final stages of a long-standing battle over his drivers' self-employment status, a designation…

Kröger places a warehouse order with partner Ocado

LONDON (Reuters) – The US supermarket chain Kroger Co is expected to order the first three out of 20 high-tech warehouses of online food retailer Ocado by the end of…

Uber goes to court to defend the business model on workers' rights in the UK

LONDON (Reuters) – Uber will face a British court on Tuesday to defend his business model of treating drivers as self-employed, leaving him little right in the final stages of…

Intel's Mobileye, Volkswagen plans Israel's first autonomous vehicle service

The logo of the Israeli technology company Mobileye will be on May 15, 2018 in Jerusalem. REUTERS / Ronen Zvulun (Reuters) – Volkswagen (VOWG_p.DE) and Intel Corp (INTC.O) Mobileye plans…

Hitachi agrees to buy Elliott's stake in Italy's Ansaldo STS, ending the feud

MILAN (Reuters) – Hitachi (Reuters)6501.T) has fought a bitter feud with US activist Elliott over Ansaldo STS (STS.MI) to buy the Fund's participation in the Italian railway signal group as…

The shareholder of Ryanair demands the dismissal of the chairman

DETAILED PHOTO: A Ryanair aircraft taxi passing two parked aircraft at Weeze airport near the German-Dutch border during a strike by Ryanair flight crews in Weeze, Germany, September 12, 2018.…

American slate producers are watching global price developments as exports rise

NEW YORK (Reuters) – Three years after lifting a ban on crude oil exports, some US shale producers are doing something they've never done before – barring prices for their…