(Reuters) - American Airlines Group Inc said Wednesday that it agreed to a tentative contract with the association representing its reservations and gate agents that provides for "significant pay raises."
KOKOMO, Ind. (Reuters) - The United Auto Workers union is skidding toward clashes with at least two of Detroit's Big Three automakers, as rank and file workers reject compromises on wage increases, benefits and work schedules that their leaders had urged them to accept.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - U.S. prosecutors in New York have launched an insider-trading probe into a leak of sensitive information from the Federal Reserve in 2012, the Wall Street Journal reported on Wednesday, citing people familiar with the matter.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - Microsoft Corp and Google Inc have agreed to bury all patent infringement litigation against each other, the companies announced on Wednesday, settling 18 cases in the United States and Germany.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Northrop Grumman Corp has won a contract worth up to $3.2 billion for continued development, modernization and maintenance of all U.S. Air Force variants of the Global Hawk unmanned surveillance plane, the Pentagon said on Wednesday.
BRUSSELS/LONDON (Reuters) - A $70 billion debt package being arranged to fund Anheuser-Busch InBev's takeover of SABMiller still leaves the world's largest brewer with a tricky balancing act in satisfying a range of shareholder camps with different needs.
NEW YORK (Reuters) - The U.S. Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) is expanding an effort that allows its staff to search massive amounts of data for signs of insider trading and other securities violations, a person familiar with the matter said.
WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Lockheed Martin Corp , the Pentagon's largest supplier, on Wednesday said it disagreed with comments from the Defense Department warning that consolidation in the weapons industry could lead to higher costs and less innovation.
BOSTON (Reuters) - DuPont Chief Executive Ellen Kullman said it is critical to keep engaging with all stakeholders in the company, signaling an open door policy less than five months after fending off one of the year's toughest shareholder challenges.
(Reuters) - Twitter Inc co-founder Jack Dorsey, who has been acting chief executive of the company for the past three months, is expected to be named permanent CEO as early as Thursday, technology news website Re/code reported, citing sources.