Airbus struck a 50-plane deal with veteran low-cost airline investor Bill Franke on Wednesday, bouncing back from the potential loss of a major customer a day earlier when IAG placed a lifeline order for Boeing's grounded 737 MAX jet.
Boeing signs $100 million in services deals at order-light air show
Boeing Co seized on a lull in firm orders for passenger jets to sign more than $100 million in contracts for digital services for its newer but fast-growing global unit as the Paris Airshow enters a third day on Wednesday.
Amundi empowers portfolio managers with advanced coding capabilities
EU clears 431 million euros aid for cleaner transport in German cities
The European Commission said on Wednesday it had cleared 431 million euros ($482.8 million) of public support by German authorities to cities to adapt diesel-powered municipal and commercial vehicles to reduce their nitrogen oxide emissions.
Oil broadly stable as inventory data counters trade deal hopes
Oil prices were broadly steady on Wednesday as data suggesting a smaller-than-expected fall in U.S. crude inventories countered support from hopes for a U.S.-China trade deal.
Taiwan's China Airlines signs MOU for 11 Airbus A321neo jets
Airbus unveiled an aircraft deal with Taiwan's China Airlines on Wednesday, snatching the carrier's medium-haul fleet renewal from Boeing a day after its U.S. rival made a shock entry into the single-aisle fleet of British Airways owner IAG.
Taiwan's China Airlines plans to upgrade fleet with Boeing 777 freighters
Taiwan's China Airlines Ltd has provisionally ordered up to six Boeing Co 777 freighters, the companies said on Wednesday, as the carrier attempts to modernize its cargo fleet.
Central banks' dovish cooing keeps world stocks lulled near two-week highs
World stocks held near two-week highs on Wednesday as investors bet on a worldwide wave of central bank stimulus, with expectations growing that the United States and the euro zone may deliver interest rate cuts as early as July.
EU court declares Adidas three-stripe trademark invalid
The European Union's second highest court ruled on Wednesday that Adidas's three-stripe branding was invalid as a trademark as it lacked a distinctive character.
Adidas says ruling only affects certain uses of 3-stripe trademark
Adidas said on Wednesday it was disappointed with a European Union court ruling declaring its three-stripe trademark invalid but the German sporting goods firm said the decision would only affect a particular use of the famous symbol.