A U.S. judge on Tuesday imposed new criminal probation terms on PG&E Corp aimed at reducing the risk that the bankrupt power producer’s equipment will spark more destructive wildfires in wooded areas of California.
PG&E faces new probation terms aimed at cutting California wildfire risk
Airbus CEO's exit package excessive: French minister
A retirement pot of almost 40 million euros ($44.78 million) for outgoing Airbus Chief Executive Officer Tom Enders is excessive and may harm the company's image, France's finance minister said in remarks published on Tuesday.
Stocks edge up to hit six-month peak, oil closes on $70 per barrel
World stock markets were little changed on Tuesday but still managed to touch a six-month high as investors took a breather following a three-day run of gains while the possibility of tightening supply kept oil prices on the rise .
Wall Street treads water after rally, Walgreens slumps
The benchmark S&P 500 ended about flat on Tuesday, taking a breather from Monday's strong quarterly kickoff as a decline in shares of Walgreens Boots Alliance Inc weighed and economic data did little to ease growth concerns.
Harley-Davidson workers in Wisconsin reject new labor contract
Harley-Davidson Inc's workers in Milwaukee and Tomahawk, Wisconsin, have rejected the motorcycle maker's proposal for a five-year contract, their union said on Tuesday, citing non-financial issues such as temporary workers and job security.
U.S. Senate panel reviewing whistleblower claims on aviation safety: panel chair
The U.S. Senate Commerce Committee is investigating claims by a number of whistleblowers that aviation safety inspectors, including some who worked to evaluate the now-grounded Boeing 737 MAX, were not properly trained or certified, the committee chairman said on Tuesday.
PG&E faces new probation terms aimed at cutting wildfire risk
A U.S. judge on Tuesday imposed new criminal probation terms on PG&E Corp aimed at reducing the risk that the bankrupt power producer’s equipment will spark more destructive wildfires.
Airbus CEO Enders' 'golden parachute' excessive: French finance minister
An almost 40 million euros ($44.78 million) golden parachute farewell that Airbus' outgoing Chief Executive Tom Enders could get is excessive and may harm the company's image, France's finance minister said in remarks published on Tuesday.
Purdue's Sackler family fights 'inflammatory' Massachusetts opioid case
Members of the Sackler family behind OxyContin maker Purdue Pharma LP have asked a judge to toss a lawsuit by the Massachusetts attorney general that claims they helped fuel the U.S. opioid epidemic, arguing it contains "misleading and inflammatory allegations."
Care.com slumps after Best Buy suspends relationship
Electronics retailer Best Buy Co Inc said on Tuesday it had suspended its relationship with Care.com Inc, sending the online childcare marketplace operator's stock down 9.8 percent.